themed restaurants

Urusei Yatsura Cafe opening in Tokyo, four other cities to celebrate manga/anime’s 40th birthday

Come for the food and drink inspired by Rumiko Takahashi’s first manga series, stay for the special guest appearance by Maison Ikkoku.

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We interview Fantastic Beasts star Dan Fogler at the new Wizarding World Cafe in Japan

The wizarding world and real life blurs as we sit down for a magical meal with the actor who plays Jacob Kowalski.

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Wizarding World Cafe: First ever official Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts cafe opens in Japan

We step into the wizarding world of Harry Potter and Newt Scamander, and dine on magical transforming meals with some well-known characters.

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All 151 original Pokémon now available as Tokyo Pokémon Cafe latte art, and you choose your own

Plus, can’t decide between Pikachu and Eevee? Adorable combo plate means you don’t have to.

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Evangelion Bar opening in Tokyo to soothe the rattled nerves of fans of the traumatizing anime

You’ll feel better after downing a few Rei cocktails and eating rampaging Angel Sachiel.

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The magical food and gorgeous merch of Tokyo’s brand-new Cardcaptor Sakura cafe and gift shop

Sorry, Kero-chan. You’re cute and all, but fans of the classic anime are definitely going to eat you.

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A sneak peek at the adorable food and awesome merch of the brand-new Let’s Go Pikachu! cafe chain

From lattes with bangs to Hyper Beam ramen, we’re ready to say “Let’s go!”

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Sanrio’s laziest character gets a hand from its surliest as Bad Badtz-Maru joins Gudetama Cafe

Constantly scowling penguin is incapable of service with a smile, but he looks adorably delicious anyway.

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New Kirby Cafe opening in Tokyo is going to suck up all of our dinner plans【Photos】

The Nintendo character with the endless appetite is offering a full range of adorable edibles and exclusive merch.

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Tokyo Pokémon Cafe’s menu evolves into autumn version with brand-new Halloween food and drinks

Shadowy ghost and poison-types get their moment in the sun, and of course there’s a new Pikachu item too!

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The Senran Kagura anime/video game franchise has a new restaurant, but the menu seems to be of only secondary interest.

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Cat Cafe Mocha in Tokyo shuts down after cats die from feline parvovirus outbreak

News of the deaths was first leaked by an anonymous source online, who was outraged when the cafe remained open, posing a risk to more animals.

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Tokyo Pokémon Cafe has a new Tropical Sweets line, so we head back to try it for ourselves【Pics】

We took a tropical trip to the balmy shores of Nihonbashi, Tokyo to experience the local Poké-culture and taste the bright, beastly cuisine. Alola!

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Expansive Cowboy Bebop Collab Café Open

The 20th Anniversary of ‘Cowboy Bebop’ continues to pay dividends to its fans—this time with a phenomenal anime café. 

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May’s Garden House Restaurant: The first Totoro-themed restaurant officially licensed by Studio Ghibli

The grand opening is scheduled for late May.

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Brand-new Cardcaptor Sakura Cafe opens in Tokyo this week, with Kero-chan calling the shots

Magical girl anime mascot opens his own restaurant at the foot of the Tokyo Skytree.

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Cowboy Bebop anime themed cafe coming to Tokyo and Osaka next month

Okay, three, two, one let’s eat.

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World’s first permanent Pokémon Cafe opens in Tokyo, and SoraNews24 is at the table!【Pics】

Pikachu Plates, Eevee Burgers, solving the mystery of what’s inside Mimikyu’s costume, and a very, very special guest.

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Ranma 1/2’s creator and voice cast stars stop by the Ranma 1/2 Cafe in Tokyo【Photos】

Rumiko Takahashi, Hayashibara Megumi, and others who were part of the iconic anime/manga hit reunite for an incredible meal.

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New Cardcaptor Sakura Cafe opens in Tokyo, two other cities with themed food, drinks, and art

Kero-chan Caramel Milk and sakura-flavored cotton candy from Kyoto are among the anime-themed treats on offer.

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