Where to Buy Demon Slayer Merchandise in Tokyo
If you’re an anime lover, then you’ve probably seen (and fell in love with) the recent anime hit ‘Demon Slayer’. Demon Slayer, also known as Kimetsu No Yaiba, has gained popularity in both Japan and other countries around the world. The popularity it has gained has led to tons of stores in Tokyo producing amazing Demon Slayer merchandise that you will definitely want to get your hands on! If you’re traveling to Tokyo and are looking for Kimetsu No Yaiba merchandise, it can be hard to know where to look…that’s why we’ve created this handy list of some shops in Tokyo that sell amazing Demon Slayer merchandise. If you’re in Tokyo and you love Demon Slayer, you HAVE to visit these stores!
Animate is one of the best places to visit if you’re looking for Kimetsu No Yaiba merchandise in Tokyo. There range of merchandise is huge, there really is something for everyone! They have tons of ‘usual’ merchandise items, such as stationary and plushies, as well as tons of super UNIQUE merchandise! Some of these unique items include perfume that is said to smell like the character it is based off of! This would make a great present for friends (or for yourself…)!
We took these pictures and the Shibuya branch however there are anime stores all over Japan! The Shibuya branch has tons of demon slayer machines that, for a small price, will give you stickers of random characters. This is super fun as you’re not sure which character you’re going to get! They also have a machine that will give you clear files!
If you’re looking for cute Demon Slayer merchandise in Tokyo, you HAVE to check out Animate!
Address (Shibuya branch)
150-0042 Tokyo, Shibuya City, Udagawacho, 31−2 渋谷BEAM 3F
Take the JR Yamanote Line to Shibuya Station
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K-Books is another anime merchandise store that sells merchandise from a range of anime. Recently they have stocked up on Kimetsu No Yaiba themed merchandise meaning you can buy all sorts of Demon Slayer goodies from there! The main store is located in ‘Radio Kaikan’ in Akihabara so its in a great and easily accessible location!
Unlike Animate, the store doesn’t really have any crazy ‘unique’ items, but they have a lot of usual merchandise, such as badges and plushies! The price is also more reasonable than Animate, so if you’re looking to shop on a budget for Demon Slayer merchandise, the is somewhere you should check out! Due to there being so many badges on sale here, this is a great shop for those who want to make a Kimetsu No Yaiba Ita-bag!
101-0021 Tokyo, Chiyoda City, Sotokanda, 1 Chome−15−16 秋葉原ラジオ会館 3F
Tak the Chuo-Sobu Line to Akihabara Station
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3. Jump Shop
Jump Shop is a chain store selling anime merchandise from all the Shonen Jump anime. They have tons of merchandise on offer from animes like Naruto, One Piece and of course, Demon Slayer! Due to how new Kimetsu No Yaiba is, not all stores have stock of the animes merchandise so you may have to hunt around a bit. When I went, the store had manga from the anime and tons of badges!
This is a great place to go as you can buy tons of merchandise from other Shonen Jump animes as well!
1 Chome-3-61 Koraku, 文京区 Bunkyo City, Tokyo 112-0004
Take the Chuo-Sobu Line to Suidobashi Station.
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There are also tons of Kimetsu No Yaiba events going on in Tokyo at the moment! From Demon Slayer pop up shops, to Demon Slayer themed cafes!! You can definitely find amazing Demon Slayer merchandise at both of these places too! If you want to check out more information on these events, have a look at our previous article: DEMON SLAYER (KIMETSU NO YAIBA) EVENTS IN TOKYO
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