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Now you can become a hero with delicious food and fun games at Shonen Jump‘s theme park in Tokyo!

From August 8 to September 24, the J-World Tokyo indoor theme park in Tokyo’s Ikebukuro district will be hosting a “My Hero Academia in J-World Tokyo” event. Here’s a look at the menu that will be available at the J-World Kitchen:


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The “Katsuki Bakugo’s Bomb Rice Croquette & Arabiata Pasta” dish is a spicy item themed after Bakugo, who has the power of explosions. With arabiata pasta as a base, this dish is topped with fries and sriracha sauce to recreate the image of the moment an explosion occurs. There is also sriracha sauce on top of the rice croquette. This dish costs 900 yen (about USD $8).


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The “Eijiro Kirishima’s Red Riot Meat Dish” is chicken rice topped with a hamburger and roast beef to represent Kirishima’s love for meat. The rice cracker is supposed to represent Kirishima’s hardening ability. The dish costs 920 yen (about USD $8).


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The “Hitoshi Shinso’s ‘Brainwashing’ Salad Udon” dish is designed with the character Hitoshi Shinso in mind. The cup of veggies filled with purple cabbage and treviso lettuce is supposed to look like his hair. It can be a topping for the buckwheat soba salad with Japanese dressing. It will cost 780 yen (about USD $7).


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The “Class A’s Cheerleading Cake!!” is an orange cake designed after the outfit that the girls from Class A wore when they fell into Mineta and Kaminari’s scheme. The cake is topped with pom poms, a megaphone, stars, and a big “UA” made out of chocolate. The cake costs 700 yen (about USD $6).


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The “Izuku Midoriya & Shoto Todoroki’s ‘Bring it on with All You’ve Got!!’ Cake” is a pistachio cake recreating the fight between the two characters at the sports festival. Deku’s hand is recreated with chocolate, while Todoroki’s fire and ice is made with strawberry and mint whipped cream. It will cost 700 yen (about USD $6).


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Players of the “Early Bird Gets the Worm! Smash Game!!” will throw a green ball that represents Deku at a pocket representing Todoroki. If the ball gets in the pocket, the player will win one of five metal pin badges.

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If the player doesn’t get it in, they’ll still get one of ten stickers as a participation prize. Each play will cost 300 yen (about USD $2).


The J-World Store will also have a selection of goods available for purchase:

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The small, medium, and large My Hero Academia T-shirts will cost 2,700 yen, while the 140 cm T-shirt will cost 2,500. The 140 cm shirt only comes in the Deku design.


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These double charm keychains come in three designs, and each costs 1,080 yen.


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This box of cookies costs 648 yen.


You can check J-World Tokyo’s official English website for instructions on how to get into the park.

My Hero Academia is currently streaming on FUNimation, Crunchyroll, and Hulu.

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