Next stop: Your dining room table.
Kimetsu no Yaiba’s Mugen Ressha (Demon Slayer’s Infinity Train) is rolling in full speed ahead to your house, where it will be hauling in the very best of your favourite sushi.

Designed by world-renowned toy making company Takara Tomy, this sushi train blends together the fun of kaitenzushi and the excitement of the hit anime film of 2020.

The Kimetsu no Yaiba inspired sushi train is actually the second in a series of ‘At-home kaitenzushi’ train toys, which were developed by Takara Tomy following a public increase in interest in enjoying food at home in the ‘new normal’ era.
Launched in March of this year, the first in the collection featured sushi plates pulled around a track by a boat. This time, however, the boat has been replaced by the Mugen Ressha (known as the Infinity Train in English) which pulls behind it sushi trolleys that can carry standard-sized sushi plates.

Included in the package are plates decorated with the Ichimatsu and Asanoha patterns worn by Tanjiro and Nezuko in the film. Additionally, a figurine of Tanjiro can be attached to the top of the Mugen Ressha train, where he will help keep guard and ensure the arrival of your sushi is demon-free.

The Kimetsu no Yaiba Super Niginigi Kaiten Infinity Train Edition is scheduled to be released by Takara Tomy on the 9th of December 2021. The set will be sold at general stores, mass retailers and toy speciality stores nationwide for the suggested retail price of 7,480 yen (tax included).

Kimetsu no Yaiba Super Niginigi Kaiten Infinity Train Edition

Suggested retail price: 7,480 yen (tax included)
Approximate Rail size: W610mm x D610mm
Approximate Infinity train size: Width 60mm x 80mm x Length 155mm
Batteries (not included): C size alkaline battery x 1
Contents: 1 infinity train, 1 Tanjiro figure, 4 sushi trolleys, 2 straight rails, 2 straight rails with train stopper, 4 corner rails, 1 nigiri rice shaper, 2 Ichimatsu patterned plates, 2 Asanoha patterned plates, 4 red plates, 1 train sticker, 1 figurine connection and an instruction manual.

By - Connie Sceaphierde.