Pikachu Cafe - Take a big bite into Pikachu's face!

Together with the opening of the Pokémon-themed exhibition "Pokémon the movie XY", Pikachu Cafe will open from July 19 through August 31 at Tokyo City View (observation deck area) at Roppongi Hills in Tokyo.

The food menu that will be served at the Pikachu Cafe has now been unveiled and it is too cute to eat!

Pikachu Teriyaki Burger (1,080 yen) has a Pikachu face buns with its ears made from tortillas. Pikachu Curry (1,180 yen) and Okosama Set/Kid's Meal Set (980 yen) has Pikachu's face made from rice.  Monster Ball Omu-hayashi/Beef Hash with Rice and Omelet (1,280 yen) includes a Monster Ball made from white rice and ketchupy rice. Curry-man/Steamed Bun with Curry Flavored Stuffing (400 yen) expresses Pikachu's oshiri (his backside).


 

There will be a Kawaii dessert menu available as well such as Pancakes (980 yen), Pikachu Parfait (880 yen).



6 kinds of Fruity Float drinks are made in the image of 6 Pokémons:

Chespin (Kiwi), Diancie (Strawberry), Froakie (Blue Orange), Xerneas (Blueberry), Fennekin (Orange), and Yveltal (Pomegranate).



To enter the cafe, you need to pay the entrance fee for the exhibition.

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