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'Dragon Ball Super' and Japanese barbecue chain Gyukaku offer limited-time tasty collaboration

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By Kay, SoraNews24

Popular Japanese yakiniku (barbecue) chain Gyukaku has teamed up with the "Dragon Ball" franchise to host a “Super☆Barbecue Party (Cho☆Yakiniku Kai)” campaign in conjunction with the Dece 14 release of the new "Dragon Ball Super: Broly" movie.

Luckily for us, that means special limited menu items and collaborative goods to be given away.

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The campaign features three "Dragon Ball"-themed menu items.

● Super Thick Gyukaku Meat Set (Cho Nikuatsu Gyukaku Mori) — 1,980 yen

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Four different cuts of beef totaling 280 grams are served in this set, and the extra condiments that come with it, such as truffle-flavored salt, garlic pepper cream and garlic-miso sauce, should make the meat even tastier.

And just in case any of you are wondering, at yakinku barbecue restaurants in Japan they bring you raw meat which you grill yourself at your table, so it’s a bit of a hands-on dining experience.

● Super Big Garlic Ramen (Cho-mori Ninniku Ramen) — 890 yen

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This super large bowl of ramen is served in a rich pork marrow (tonkotsu) and oxtail soup and topped with sliced boiled pork, cabbage, bean sprouts, garlic, and pieces of backfat. Plus, you can even add extra garlic if you want!

● Dragon Ball Jelly — 350 yen

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No, this isn’t a Dragon Ball. But it is an orange jelly dessert with vanilla ice cream underneath, which we think still sounds pretty good!

And if you order any one of the three collaborative menu items, for every 3,000 yen spent, you’ll get a special Dragon Ball coaster.

▼ The coasters come in a limited edition design created for this campaign.

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Even better, if your coaster comes with a special “winning ticket”, you can win an exclusive illustrated acrylic panel or a 2-meter-long illustrated jumbo towel, which is just icing on the cake for Dragon Ball fans.

The “Super☆Barbecue Party” campaign will be held at Gyukaku locations across Japan until Dec 31.

So if you’re looking to sink your teeth into some meet, your local Gyukaku branch may be a good destination for end-of-the-year get-togethers, especially after enjoying "Dragon Ball: Broly" even if they may have already let out the best secret about the movie!

Source: PR Times

Read more stories from SoraNews24.

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-- Dragon Ball Cafe and Diner opens in Osaka, lets you feast like a Super Saiyan for a limited time

-- Trailer for “Dragon Ball Super: Broly” promises a show filled with unforgettable turbocharged battles

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