For those who like to indulge in a diet of “hole” foods–just be careful not to take a bite out of one of the speakers by mistake! 

The Google Home Mini, a smart speaker powered by Google Assistant akin to the Amazon Echo Dot, went on sale in Japan late last month. This voice-activated home device is a clear godsend to some who use it for everything from keeping a running grocery list to playing their favorite tunes. But if you’re personally on the fence about buying one for yourself, why not test it out for free in the Omotesando area of Tokyo–and score a free donut to boot? The only catch is that today, Monday, November 13, is your last chance to go.

From November 8-13, Google Japan has been hosting a limited-time Google Home Mini Donut Shop located right outside of the B3 exit of Omotesando Station:

Inside the shop are a selection of Google Home Minis in all three stylish colors of chalk, charcoal, and coral that you can play around with. If you interact with one of them, you’ll also be able to receive a similarly-sized donut in the same color, as shown in the video below:

Genius marketing tactic? We’d have to say yes. Who can resist the combination of sweet, fried dough with the latest in hip technology? There’s even been a rumor that a few lucky people might score their own Google Home Mini instead of a donut inside of their takeout boxes. But honestly, we’d leave happy either way.

The following pictures were also posted by curious visitors to the limited-time shop who left with satisfied stomachs:

While the store has been open from 11 am-7 pm every day up until now, today it will be closing two hours earlier at 5 pm. “Donut” say we didn’t tell you if you show up later.

Store information
Google Home Mini Donut Shop / Google Home Mini ドーナツショップ
Address: Tokyo-to, Minato-ku, Minami-Aoyama 5-1-25 ZeroBase Omotesando
東京都港区南青山 5-1-25 ZeroBase Omotesando

Source: Peachy via Hachima Kiko
Featured image: Google Japan Blog