A popular comment forum in Japan shared the ranking of best-selling collaboration products by the Japan Post , Japan’s national postal service provider, delivering express parcels and mail throughout the country and internationally. The ranking in question lists the most popular collaboration products, which are mostly stamps and postcards, noting that Kimetsu no Yaiba and the Virtual YouTubers agency, Hololive Production, leaving Jujutsu Kaisen to the bottom.
In another of the responses, a user shared a photograph of a supermarket where the products of Jujutsu Kaisen they are on sale at just 50 yen (less than 50 cents), apparently because they couldn’t be sold. It is worth noting that a new promotional video was recently published for the film adaptation of the franchise, so the popularity could rise again in the coming dates.
It should be remembered that the video game for smartphones Jujutsu Kaisen: Phantom Parade will be available soon in the catalog of QooApp on this link.
Sinopsis de Jujutsu Kaisen
High school student Yuuji Itadori, who idly indulges in baseless paranormal activities with the Occult Club, spends his days in the clubroom or hospital, where he visits his bedridden grandfather. However, this leisurely lifestyle soon takes a turn for the bizarre when he unknowingly comes across a cursed object. Unleashing a chain of supernatural events, Yuuji finds himself suddenly thrust into the world of Curses, terrible beings formed by human malice and negativity, after swallowing said item, which is revealed to be a finger belonging to the demon Sukuna Ryoumen, the ” King of Curses ”. Yuuji experiences firsthand the threat these curses pose to society when he discovers his own newly acquired powers. Introduced to the Tokyo Metropolitan Technical College of Magic, he begins to walk a path from which he cannot return: the path of a Jujutsu wizard.
(c) Gege Akutami / Shueisha / Jujutsu Kaisen Production Committee