‘Demon Slayer: Mugen Train’ Cafe Open in Tokyo
If you are a fan of the anime ‘Demon Slayer’, also called ‘Kimetsu No Yaiba’ in Japanese, then you will know that an official movie from the anime was recently released in Japanese cinemas. The movie is called ‘Demon Slayer: Mugen Train’ and has since broken records at the box office. To find out more about the movie and other anime movies being released in 2020, check out our article HERE! Since the success of the movie, many companies have been collaborating with the anime to bring out amazing merchandise, events and pop up cafes. In this article, I’ll be showing you an amazing ‘Demon Slayer: Mugen Train’ themed cafe that will be coming to Tokyo this November. Make sure to keep reading to find out more!
What is the ‘Demon Slayer: Mugen Train’ Cafe?
The ‘Demon Slayer: Mugen Train’ cafe is a new Demon Slayer collaboration cafe that is coming to the Ufotable Cafe stores. The cafe will include Kimestu No Yaiba Movie themed food, limited edition merchandise and special decorations in the cafe! The cafe will open 20th of October 2020 but the closing date has not been officially announced yet.
The Ufotable Cafe is an official cafe in Nakano, Tokyo that often holds various collaboration cafes, particularly Kimetsu No Yaiba Cafes. The cafe held a huge Demon Slayer cafe last year that was super successful and very fun! These cafes are great to visit as you can be surrounded by Demon Slayer themed things whilst eating amazing food. On top of this, you can buy AMAZING, limited edition Demon Slayer merchandise!
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What Demon Slayer food is on offer at the cafe?
(Delicious! Beef Bento Box) 1500yen
The bento box that Rengoku eats at the beginning of the movie!! This bento looks just as delicious as it does in the movie and is a fairly good price.
(Mugen Train Curry) 1000yen
A black keema curry that has been made to look like the front of the train from the movie! Super cute and super tasty!
(Mysterious Light) 900yen
A selection of small desserts that are made to look like ‘mysterious lights at sea’. This selection looks truly delicious!
On top of these official menu items, there are some special menu items depending on which cafe in Japan you go to and when you go. The cafe also has a full selection of drinks that are super cute and tasty too. Everything on the cafe’s menu ranges from 500yen-1500yen, so it is pretty cheap to say you are getting amazing Demon Slayer themed food.
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What Demon Slayer merchandise is available at the cafe?
There is absolutely tons of merchandise available at the cafe which will only be available to buy whilst the cafe is running!! First, I’d like to talk about all the FREE merchandise that you can get at the cafe.
First of all, just through entering the cafe, you will receive a FREE mugen train ticket! This looks exactly like the train ticket that the main characters have in the movie. This is super cute and a really nice touch to the cafe, it makes you feel like you’re inside the movie! On top of this, for every food item that you order, you will receive a free character placemat. You will not know which character you are going to get, so the more you order the higher your chance is to get your favorite character! (Although these are considered placemats, you could very easily frame them/ stick them on the wall and they could be used as mini posters!)
In the same way, for every drink item you order, you will receive a free character drink coaster!
On top of the free merchandise, there is a lot of merchandise items on sale!
Character badges 410yen
Various character clear files
Character mini posters
Tote bag with pouch
Character cards 700yen
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1 Chome-38-11 Nogata, Nakano City, Tokyo 165-0027
From Shinjuku Station, take the Chuo Line to Koenji Station. Then walk 12 mins to the cafe.
☆Please book via the official website. Updates will be on the cafe’s official Twitter page!
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