This Nintendo Character Now Has His Own Cafe in Tokyo
Remember Kirby's Dream Land?
Tokyo Skytree Town / Solamachi 4/F, 1-1-2, Oshiage, Sumida Ward, Tokyo
Open from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Popular Nintendo game Kirby’s Dream Land now has its own cafe called Kirby Café at Tokyo Solamachi. For those who were old enough to play it in the early ‘90s, this is a trip down memory lane.
Take a photo by the statue of Kirby and Waddle Dee at the entrance.
Here’s another photo spot by the entrance.
The café offers a variety of dishes that were inspired by the game. Enjoy Waddle Dee’s Nap Time Omelet Rice (¥1,680+tax) and Kawasaki’s Whimsy Bread Stew (¥1,480+tax). Don’t miss Chef Kawasaki’s Piping Hot Cheese Fondue Hamburg (¥1,980+tax), which is only available on the dinner menu. Also, the Kirby’s Inhaling Caprese (¥1,380+tax), comes with decorations. Both the appearance and the taste are exceptional.
Waddle Dee’s Nap Time Omelet Rice (¥1,680+tax)
Kawasaki’s Whimsy Bread Stew (¥1,480+tax)
The tableware and the cutlery have the original Kirby design printed on them.
Cutlery printed with Kirby Café’s original design
They also serve a variety of drinks. Try the Kirby’s Marshmallow Au Lait (ICED/HOT) (¥1,180+tax), which comes with two choices of marshmallows, the Kirby’s Bum or the Floating Kirby, as well as Kracko’s Fizzy Soda (¥880+tax). An original coaster (from six choices) comes with each drink you order, while the Art Collection Au Lait (¥1,980+tax) comes with a souvenir mug and coasters. Moreover, you can choose your favorite latte art from eight styles.
Choose among eight latte art when you order the Art Collection Au Lait (¥1,980+tax)
Chic BGM originally created for the first Kirby Café flows throughout the café. In the adjacent souvenir area, they sell CDs, Kirby with a Toque (M) (¥3,200+tax), the same cutlery used in the café (L: ¥900, S:¥700), and many more cute souvenirs.
Provided by Walkerplus™, Japan Walker™, and Tokyo Walker™ (27 September 2018)