cafe

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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The details are in — and things look as adorable as expected for the new Kirby Café!

We’re happy to say that details on the locations, menu and merchandise for the Kirby Café have now been released!

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Kirby Cafe to open for limited time this summer — we can’t wait to hear the details!

All we can say is, “This is going to be soooo Cute!!”

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Kyoto’s Living Room pug café lets all the dogs out【Photos】

Find out why the biggest pug café in Japan is going to the dogs.

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The cutest Rilakkuma toy will make you squee for cuteness and hunger

The most relaxed bear in the world and his family make adorable goods.

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Bandai’s bakery/cafe to offer a variety of character themes — starting with Rascal the raccoon!

Yup, you can never go wrong with adorable character-themed bread and coffee! 

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We try cute Sailor Moon-themed drinks and food at the new Chibiusa Cafe in Tokyo

From star compact burgers to “beauty charge” juices, this is the best way to consume a bit of Sailor Moon magic.

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New pop-up cafe in Tokyo offers drinks with hands-on animation, art and design on the side

Next time you feel like taking a coffee break, why not head over to the NagaLatte Cafe in Harajuku, where you can try Snow Brand Milk’s newest beverage and experience what it’s like to work as a manga illustrator, animator, or other creative professional?

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Gudetama the lazy egg comes to Kyoto—as Japanese-style cafe treats!

For a limited time, the MACCHA HOUSE cafe in Kyoto will be collaborating with Sanrio’s well-loved apathetic egg, Gudetama!

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Kewpie Mayo Cafe celebrates Mayonnaise Day with a month of mayo-hem, special menu

We visited the Kewpie Mayo Cafe on Mayonnaise Day, March 1, to sample some smooth and sophisticated mayo-drenched cuisine!

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Miffy Cafe in Shibuya looks so deliciously cute we could eat it right up 【Pics】

Have you ever wanted to eat a super-cute, world-famous bunny? Now you can!

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Rilakkuma Cafe opening in Tokyo, with an extra side of cuteness

For a limited time during March and April, the Harajuku’s Rilakkuma Cafe in a Honey Forest Cafe will be serving up adorable Rilakkuma-inspired dishes and desserts.

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Kyoto book cafe serves up cute cat parfaits in traditional Japanese machiya townhouse

Now you can enjoy all the delights of a cat-shaped dessert while immersed in the traditional culture of Kyoto.

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Unusual fish tanks lure visitors to old Japanese shopping district in Nara Prefecture

Inside a phone booth, a table, and in the shape of an old Japanese lantern, these fish tanks are some of the most unusual we’ve seen.

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How do you take your kitty? Cute art series brings coffee drinks to life as adorable felines

From espresso cats to cappuccino kittens, coffees with matching felines are the purr-fect afternoon pick-me-up.

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No boys allowed! Take a look inside Japan’s first cafe for female otaku ONLY

A new cafe for female otaku in Osaka says neither boys nor normies are allowed. Naturally, we had to check it out for ourselves! 

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