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Get Your Drink on with Official Delicious in Dungeon Mugs

Get Your Drink on with Official Delicious in Dungeon MugsBottoms up! Fans of Delicious in Dungeon can now down fine ales (or any liquid of their choice, really) with official series-branded mugs.

The mugs, made by Japan’s Urakita Craft Studio, are the real thing: hand-drafted wooden barrel mugs like the type you’d see in the series. There are four varieties, with two holding 1,000ml (34oz) and two holding 380ml (12oz). Furthermore, you can customize the 1000ml mugs to show one of six characters on the bottom when you’ve finished drinking.

A couple caveats: these suckers aren’t cheap: the smaller ones are 11,880 yen and the bigger ones are 17,380 yen. In addition, the official site doesn’t offer shipping outside Japan, so dedicated Delicious in Dungeon fans will have to work something out. But man, these suckers are pretty cool!

Here’s how Yen Press describes Delicious in Dungeon:

When young adventurer Laios and his company are attacked and soundly thrashed by a dragon deep in a dungeon, the party loses all its money and provisions…and a member! They’re eager to go back and save her, but there is just one problem: If they set out with no food or coin to speak of, they’re sure to starve on the way! But Laios comes up with a brilliant idea: “Let’s eat the monsters!” Slimes, basilisks, and even dragons…none are safe from the appetites of these dungeon-crawling gourmands!

Source: Comic Natalie

Matt Schley

Matt Schley (rhymes with "guy") lives in Tokyo, and has been OUSA's "man in Japan" since 2012. He's also written about anime and Japanese film for the Japan Times, Screen Daily and more.