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Shinrabanshou Chocolate
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Shinrabanshou Chocolate
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神羅万象チョコ
también conocido como
Shinra Banshou
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Shinra Bansho Chocolate (神羅万象チョコ) is a brand of chocolate wafers packaged with collectible trading cards distributed by Bandai. Debuting in Japan with the first set’s release on March 14th 2005, it has remained popular enough to keep spawning new editions, animated promotional videos, and an online browser game. As of March 2008, it had sold 50 million units – and by March 2013, 100 million.
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