NEW Attack on Titan Cafe Opening in Tokyo 2020

NEW Attack on Titan Cafe Opening in Tokyo 2020


Attack on Titan, known as Shingeki No Kyojin (進撃の巨人) in Japanese, is an extremely popular anime that is, sadly, coming to an end soon. To celebrate Attack on Titan: The Final Season, a new cafe is opening up in Tokyo November 2020 and will be held until December! The cafe will have a full Shingeki No Kyojin themed menu available as well as TONS of original merchandise from the anime on sale. If you’re a fan of Attack on Titan and are currently in Tokyo, you HAVE to check out this new cafe. To find out more information and how to get there, make sure to keep reading!


What is the Attack on Titan Cafe?

The Attack on Titan cafe that is coming to Tokyo is a collaboration cafe that will be held in the ‘Animate Cafe’. Animate is one of Japan’s leading stores selling official anime merchandise and goods. They have multiple cafes where they hold collaboration cafes with various animes. The Attack on Titan cafe will be being held in Ikebukuro, a town that is well known for its anime and ‘otaku’ scene. The cafe will be being held from November 25th to December 2020, so make sure you get there as soon as you can if you’re in Tokyo!

The cafe is being held to celebrate Attack on Titan: the Final Season, which will be premiering on various streaming networks in December 2020. Due to this being the final season of the anime, this may be one of the last Attack on Titan collaboration cafes coming to Tokyo. Due to this I highly recommend you visit the cafe to celebrate how amazing this anime was.

Now let’s see what Attack on Titan food and drink is on offer at the cafe…


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Attack on Titan Cafe Menu

Main Menu:

  • LEFT: ‘Colossal Hamburger and Mom’s Homemade Stew’ (1000yen)
  • RIGHT: ‘Marley’s seafood Paella Rice’ (1000yen)

Side Menu

Official menu of the cafe
  • ‘BREAAD!!’ (400yen)

Dessert Menu

  • LEFT: ‘Random Character Special Cake’ (750yen)
  • RIGHT: ‘Eren vs Bertolt Tart’ (750yen)

Drink Menu

Official menu of the cafe
  • TOP LEFT : Wine style berry juice (Non-alcohol) (600yen)
  • TOP CENTER LEFT: Champaign jelly with whipped cream (600yen)
  • TOP CENTER RIGHT: ‘Grisha’s Promise Basement Sesame Milk’ (600yen)
  • TOP RIGHT: Chocolate drink with whipped cream. (600yen)
  • BOTTOM LEFT: ‘Hange’s Experimental Drink’ (600yen)
  • BOTTOM CENTER LEFT: ‘Suicidal Idiot’s Drink’ (600yen)
  • BOTTOM CENTER RIGHT: ‘Levi’s Black Tea’ (600yen)
  • BOTTOM RIGHT: ‘Survey Corps Latte’ (600yen)

Now let’s see what Attack on Titan merchandise is on offer at the cafe…


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Attack on Titan Merchandise on Sale at the Cafe

For every food or drink item that you order from the cafe’s menu, you will receive a FREE random character coaster (shown in the picture above). There are both ‘A group’ and ‘B group’ type coasters. Each depending on what items you order. You will not be able to choose your character, but this certainly makes you want to buy as much food and drink as possible!

Official Poster

There are also tons of merchandise items for sale at the cafe. Prices range from 400yen-1000yen, which is pretty reasonable for original and unique anime merchandise.

Merchandise available at the cafe: Character stands, character key holders, character badges, Attack on Titan cookies, Survey Corps drink holder.


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More Information

Dates:

25/11/2020 – 14/12/2020

Address:

プラザイン池袋 3f, 1 Chome-20-6 Higashiikebukuro, Toshima City, Tokyo 170-0013

Access:

Take the Yamanote Line to Ikebukuro Station.

Official Website:

HERE!

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