Space Cafe in Omotesando brims with stargazers and aspiring astronauts (and those who simply like tea and pancakes); they squeeze into a coffee shop shaped like a space shuttle and dine while learning bizarre facts about the universe. This summer, the cafe will host a space festival in two parts. The first part will be a moon-themed festival that runs from July 16 to July 20. During this time, the cafe will host games and quiz shows about Earth’s fair and lonely satellite.
*Although entry is free, participation in workshops and events will cost 1000yen (includes a drink).
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¥500 (advance sales)