Tue, Dec

Countdown Monster Party at The Kawaii Cafe

¥7,000 (advance sales)

If 2019 has been a crazy year, then why not wrap it up at one of the over-the-top, psychedelic joints that is the Harajuku Kawaii Monster Cafe? With special guests including Mr Choppy, the cafe’s mascot and Sebastian Masuda, the cafe’s illustrious designer, you can join one of the most unusual parties in the city. There will be monster girls, drag queens and even a sumo wrestler, so step into the stomach of Mr Choppy and start 2020 with a colorful bang!

Tickets include four food dishes (rainbow pasta, salmon carpaccio, mini-pop burgers, and ‘fried food’) and a drink. Reservations are only available for two or more people.

To prevent the spread of COVID-19, many events have been canceled. Always check official sites before heading to an event.

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