A 'My Hero Academia' x Japan Crate Is Coming This Summer

Which includes Gran Torino’s beloved Taiyaki.

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Japan Crate and anime distributor Funimation have announced a My Hero Academia themed subscription box for June. The superhero-inspired Japanese snacks and sweets are meant to be inspired by the series during its third season and include goods such as Gran Torino’s Taiyaki cakes.

The premium crate will also include exclusive My Hero Academia artwork, illustrated booklet and a limited edition collectible pin featuring a hero from the franchise. Crates are available while supplies last on Japan Crate’s web store through May 31, 2018. Japan Crate ships Japanese treats for free worldwide and follows a subscription model with premium crates priced at $30 USD per month.

In related news, JOURNAL STANDARD recently introduced a new My Hero Academia collection.

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