The collaboration product lineup includes "Kachimusubi," which is named after the "Sankon ritual," which has been passed down since the Muromachi period as a ritual before the start of the war.
"Takuan x Konbu no Kachimusubi", which contains kelp boiled in soy sauce and Takuan, and "Akahan x Kuri no Kachimusubi", which contains red rice and chestnuts cut into dice. There are three types of rice balls: "Kachikuri Akahan Omusubi" and "Abalone x Taco's Katsumusubi Takore!
By the way, "San-san-ku-no-gi" means that when a samurai goes to the battlefield, he drinks sake three times each with three dishes, "abalone," "winning chestnut," and "kelp," and "beats the enemy, wins, and wins." It seems that it is a practice to put in the spirit of "joy!"
In addition, the adidas "Enjin Project" red logo-inspired sweets "Win with the power of Enjin! Enjin Ring Shoe (Strawberry & Whip)" will be on sale.
The collaboration products (6 products in total) to be released this time and their prices are as follows.
Takuan x Konbu's Winning Rice Ball Victory Konbu Rice Ball 120 Yen Red Rice x Chestnut's Winning Rice Ball Winning Chestnut Red Rice Rice Ball 135 Yen Abalone x Octopus's Winning Rice Ball Takuan That! Abalone abalone rice ball 178 yen Winning prayer! Absolutely winning bowl 498 yen Pray for victory! Win Sand 380 Yen Win with the power of the circle! Circle ring shoe (strawberry & whip) 170 yen
In addition, FamilyMart will carry out various support projects as a "supporting company" for the Japanese national football team. At "FamilyMart Urawa Misono Ekimae Store" in Saitama City, Saitama Prefecture, and 5 stores in Shibuya Ward, Tokyo, we have wrapping stores with posters of Japan national football team members. In addition, the official account of the free call / email app "LINE" will distribute eight types of support stamps with the motif of Zaccheroni, who is appearing in the company's TV commercial, for free from June 10th to July 7th.
On YouTube, we released an original video using the supporter's photo. Family Mart has been conducting the "WE ARE SUPPORTERS Project" since February 2012 to solicit support photos from supporters of the Japanese national soccer team, and the online montage made from 9,390 collected photos is "Largest online photo Montage of". "People wearing sports jerseys (the largest online montage of photos of people wearing sports jerseys)" was certified by the Guinness World Records on May 15th as the Guinness World Records.
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