Pokémon Cafe at Shibuya Parco Opens January

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Gotta catch ‘em all. Or should that be “eat and drink ‘em all”?

Shibuya Parco will open the Pokémon Cafe (Pokémon cafe Ω Ruby & α Sapphire) next month.

Opening January 9th, the pop-up cafe will be around until the end of February at THE GUEST cafe & diner, on the seventh floor of Parco 1 in Shibuya.

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It will feature a menu of Pokémon-themed dishes, snacks and latte art, along with selling official merchandise. Customers who place an order will get a free coaster and the cafe will also have a “photo spot” for the serious fans.

You can take a look at some of the drinks, dishes and desserts on the menu here.

 

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Shibuya Parco has previously hosted a Funnassyi-themed cafe and Tokyo also recently saw Snoopy and Woodstock cafes open in two locations.


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