Remember Touken Ranbu, that game where you turn historical Japanese swords into hot men? Well, one shop is now turning those men into delectable cakes!

Just to recap, Touken Ranbu (刀剣乱舞) is a free-to-play collectible card browser video game in which players travel to the past and call on legendary swords to help defeat the forces of evil—which are then transformed into handsome young men. Originally released this past January, the game has proven to be quite the hit with the ladies in particular, for reasons entirely unfathomable to us…

Enter Sweets Workshop Priroll, a Tokyo-based cake shop which specializes in custom-made cakes with individually selected prints and personalized messages. Furthermore, the shop offers a steady line of cakes in collaboration with popular video games and anime of the day. While Priroll has offered roll cakes decorated with prints of Touken Ranbu characters on multiple occasions in the past, this is the first time that they’re offering a regular round cake variety–just in time for Japan’s season of Christmas cakes, too!

▼ Here’s an ad announcing the release of the Touken Ranbu-themed cakes, which are each 12 centimeters (4.72 inches) in diameter and 7 centimeters (2.76 inches) tall.


Now here comes the tricky part–narrowing down which of the following 10 sword hotties to adorn your cake with. Pick your favorite from the cakes below!

1. Mikazuki Munechika


2. Kogitsunemaru


3. Ishikirimaru


4. Iwatooshi


5. Imanotsurugi


6. Kashuu Kiyomitsu


7. Kasen Kanesada


8. Mutsunokami Yoshiyuki


9. Yamanbagiri Kunihiro


10. Hachisuka Kotetsu


To top it off, each cake also comes packaged with a custom-made fork decorated with the family crest of an individual character. How’s that for a cool little memento?

Orders should be placed on the Priroll website and can be paid for by credit card online or by cash upon delivery. Each cake costs 3,550 yen (US$28.91), with a separate shipping fee dependent on your location in Japan. Priroll is currently set to begin shipping out orders after December 15, and cakes should last for up to 20 days if kept properly refrigerated.

Source/Images: Priroll