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Get a taste of “My Hero Academia” quirk, courtesy Japan Crate

Japan Crate and leading anime distributor Funimation collaborate to fuel fans with quirk-infused snacks as they enjoy the anime series’ new season.

Japan Crate and anime distributor, Funimation announced an exciting partnership to bring together the leading Japanese culture subscription box and the award-winning series “My Hero Academia.”

Japan Crate subscribers and anime fans will be presented with super hero inspired Japanese snacks and sweets to enjoy while watching the students of U.A. High School develop their quirks during Season 3 of “My Hero Academia” this June.

The My Hero Academia premium crate brings “My Hero Academia” x Japan Crate subscribers exclusive artwork, illustrated booklet and a limited-edition collectible pin featuring a hero from the franchise. Each treat inside the crate empowers users to feel as if they are acquiring a hero’s quirk.

“We’re excited to partner with Funimation and immerse our community into the world of one of the hottest anime” said Anthony Sconzo, VP of Marketing and Co-Founder of Japan Crate.

The limited-edition pin will come alongside delicious Japanese candies and snacks in June’s Premium Japan Crate. Crates are available while supplies last at japancrate.com/mha through May 31, 2018. Japan Crate follows a subscription model with Premium crates priced at USD 30 per month.

“Funimation is providing SimulDubs and we’re providing the snacks this season, it’s a perfect fit. A lot of our subscribers’ love ‘My Hero Academia’ and we’re elated about enhancing their experience by providing show-catered snacks and sweets,” Anthony further added.

“My Hero Academia” was the most awarded anime series of 2017. Major accolades included IGN’s “Best of 2017 – Anime of the Year” and “2017 People’s Choice – Anime of the Year,” Anime News Network’s “Best of 2017 Mega Poll,” Gamespot’s “Top Ten Anime of 2017,” ComicBook.com’s “2017 Golden Issue Award for Best Shonen Series” and “Best Action” at the 2017 Crunchyroll Anime Awards.

Japan Crate is the leading Japanese culture subscription box that shares the experience of Japan through monthly crates of candy, snacks, Kawaii items, noodles and beauty products. Japan Crate’s products include Japan Crate, Doki Crate, Umai Crate and Kira Crate.

Funimation, a subsidiary of Sony Pictures Television, is the go-to destination for extraordinary anime.  By combining its integrated in-house studios along with its technology and distribution partnerships, Funimation leads the industry with its omnichannel approach to offering anime to fans.

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