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Easter has never been a big holiday in Japan like it is in the West, although some anime properties have been trying to bring it into popular culture in the past few years. This year, it appears that volleyball anime Haikyu!! is up to the challenge with its upcoming “Haikyu!! Karasuno Easter in J-WORLD TOKYO” event at the J-World Tokyo indoor theme park in Tokyo.

One of the main attractions of this event is, of course, the egg-based food.

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The “Easter Omelet Rice Plate ~Hinata vs Kageyama – Which Will Find the Easter Egg!?~” dish will cost 950 yen (about USD $9).

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The “Easter Salad Pasta ~Karasuno 2nd-Year Student Bird Nest~” will cost 880 yen (USD $8).

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The “Gonna Eat One More Bowl on Easter! Mapo Tofu Bowl (with Soft-Boiled Egg)” dish will cost 850 yen (USD $8).

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The “Sawamura & Toho’s Double Spiker Ramen Salad (with eggs)” will cost 980 yen (USD $9).

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“Tsukishima & Yamaguchi’s Easter Egg Cake” will cost 700 yen (USD $6).

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“Sawamura & Ennoshita’s Easter Egg Pudding” will cost 700 yen (USD $6). This version of the dessert will be available from March 11 to April 7.

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“Azumane & Nishiya’s Easter Egg Pudding” will cost 700 yen (USD $6). This alternate version of the dessert will be available for purchase from April 8 till the event ends on May 7.

The event will also have a multitude of goods made specifically for the event:

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The face towel featuring the members of the Karasuno volleyball team will retail for 1,728 yen (about USD $16).

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Fans can pick one of ten different badge pins at random for the price of 378 yen (USD $3).

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Each of these cute plastic charms costs 540 yen (USD $5) each, and there will be ten designs to choose from.

The event will run at J-World Tokyo from March 11 to May 7, 2017. J-World has English guides and signs, so don’t feel afraid about going for a visit.

Haikyu!!’s latest anime season aired last year. It is available streaming on Crunchyroll, along with the previous seasons.

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