Devil Hunters Take Over Namjatown During Chainsaw Man TV Anime Collab

    Devil Hunters Take Over Namjatown During Chainsaw Man TV Anime Collab

    Namjatown, Bandai Namco’s entertainment complex located in Ikebukuro Sunshine City, is well known for its many anime collabs. With the popularity of Chainsaw Man, it was only a matter of time until the Devil Hunters made their way there. Starting this month, visitors can play, dine and shop with their favorite characters from the series!

    Limited-edition goods will be available for sale featuring new art of Denji, Makima, Power, Aki and Pochita. Pick up pins, acrylic stands, tote bags, character name badges, art canvases and more:

    RELATED: Chainsaw Man Details Its Milk Fed Lawson Collab

    If you prefer, you can try your luck at Chainsaw Man-themed mini games and win prizes like keychains, ticket cases, placemats, stickers and trading pins:

    RELATED: Chainsaw Man is 2022’s Most-Searched TV Anime

    When you need a break, stop into one of Namjatown’s dining areas. You can dig in to some of their famous dumplings—the same ones Denji and Power are fighting over in the collab art—or try one of their special menu offerings. Get yourself some bread with butter and jam, salad, coffee, and maybe some dessert… a truly awesome breakfast:

    A curry with no vegetables, just the way Power likes it:

    Or some fox devil udon:

    For dessert, there are frosted cookies (each comes with a sticker):

    Or an adorable little bowl of Pochita ice cream:

    Character art lattes will also be available, and new items will be added to the menu over time:

    Chainsaw Man in Namjatown will run from December 16 to January 29, 2023.

    Source: Anime! Anime!

    Watch Chainsaw Man on Crunchyroll!

    © Tatsuki Fujimoto/Shueisha/MAPPA

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    Kara Dennison is an author of fiction and non-fiction, avid tabletop gamer, and regular Otaku USA Magazine features writer. Follow her on Twitter @RubyCosmos, and read more at KaraDennison.com.

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