cafe

Starbucks Japan unveils its newest combo deal: three puddings, one cooler bag!

Buy the “Pudding-and-Bag” set and choose three tasty puddings, plus receive a re-usable storage bag to keep them nice and cool.

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Cute and comfy women’s-only hotel in Kyoto has everything you need for the perfect girls’ trip

This stylish new hotel has plenty of convenient amenities, and a great location to boot.

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New Cafe Ron Ron in Harajuku offers colorful all-you-can-eat conveyor belt sweets【Pics】

If you’re hungry for cute desserts in Tokyo, the new Cafe Ron Ron offering conveyor belt sweets is a place you’ll want to check out! 

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No yolk! Tamagoya egg café’s new menu disguises French toast, pancakes as other breakfast foods

A Shizuoka cafe has ‘laid’ out a spread of tasty egg delights that mirror classic Japanese and Western breakfasts, as well as new ovoid desserts!

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Snoopy-themed hotel coming to Japan in August, comes with rooms in 18 different designs

Cuddle up in a cozy room full of beloved Peanuts characters and the world’s most adorable beagle.

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Häagen-Dazs opens limited time traditional Japanese-style-sweets dessert cafe【Pics】

We went down to check it out and tickle our tastebuds!

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All-you-can-eat sandwiches for 300 yen?! Our Japanese-language reporter dutifully investigates

You can also tack on all-you-can-drink soft drinks for a total of less than 500 yen at this cafe in Tokyo!

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We visit the world’s largest Starbucks: The Starbucks Reserve Roastery Shanghai【Pictures & Video】

This Starbucks is enormous in both size and selection!

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Morbidly brilliant “Death Cafe” in Thailand makes customers ponder about their mortality

Discounts are available for the brave who dare lie in a coffin for three minutes.

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Kawaii Monster Cafe in Harajuku launches spring menu full of crazy kawaii-ness

The Kawaii Monster Cafe Harajuku has just released a new seasonal spring menu, and it looks like the insanely colorful offerings won’t disappoint!

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Tokyo’s Tsukiji Hongan Temple opens a cafe, breakfast set has 16 side dishes!

This 400 year old temple invites you to worship their wide array of cakes and teas.

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30th anniversary celebratory Ranma 1/2 Cafes to open in three major Japanese cities【Pictures】

Longtime Ranma fans can indulge in a bevy of lovingly crafted dishes with clever nods to the series and even experience some VR entertainment while waiting for their orders. 

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Glass Mask themed cafe to open in Osaka next week, delectable dishes and sweet treats abound

Patrons will be able to immerse themselves in the world of a classic shojo manga through this collaborative cafe. 

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Tokyo Ghoul Cafe recreates vomit-inducingly awful sandwich from the manga

It may look like an ordinary sandwich, but apparently, they did a pretty good job of making it revolting!

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ANGEL LIBRARY in Kyoto, a hidden underground cafe that you need a special code to enter 【Pics】

When you want some coffee but also want to enter another world.

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We visit the limited-time Kapibara-san x Hands Cafe at Omotesando!

We spent an afternoon basking in the understated cuteness of Kapibara-san!

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We check out the limited-time Sangatsu no Lion Cafe, eat stuff the characters ate!

Sangatsu no Lion (March Comes in like a Lion) has a limited-time cafe serving food right out of the manga!

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Ted the delinquent teddy bear has his own cafe and bar in Tokyo!

Interestingly, the foul-mouthed teddy bear seems to have a bit of a following in Japan, enough for him to get his own cafe and bar!

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Step into a fairy tale at Japan’s new Beauty and the Beast themed cafe restaurant

This new eatery is transporting diners to another world with its special menu and atmospheric rooms.

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Hello, Hello Kitty Café! It’s about time we got some kawaii here in the US!

If this isn’t a good enough reason for you to make your way over to the Golden State, nothing will ever be!

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