Dining at the Colourful New Wreck-It Ralph Café in Harajuku

20.April.2019 | FEATURES / FOOD / MOVIE / SPOT

Hi, everyone. Ellie here from the MMN Editorial Team.

 

I paid a visit to the new limited-time Ralph Breaks The Internet café which just opened in Harajuku on April 19.

It’s located on the first floor of Tokyu Plaza Omotesando which faces the road where Omotesando and Meiji-dori meet. Tokyu Plaza is a huge shopping complex located just a 5-minute walk from Harajuku Station.

When you ascend to the third floor you are immediately greeted by a cute entrance and a big ralph.

The first thing you see upon stepping into the café are all the purchasable items and merchandise lining the shelves!

The one I was most interested in was the icing cookies (¥750 before tax). I will show more merchandise later on. For now, let’s get straight inside.

The decorations are cute and colourful and somehow girly♡

The café has huge windows so it gets some great sunlight. The natural lighting means you can take some really nice pictures.

There are plenty of spots to take photos dotted around the café.

They even have sofas meaning you can enjoy your time with big groups or together with children!

This is what’s on the menu. There are lots of items with movie references that fans won’t be able to resist.

The flag stuck into the “Tabesugi Chuui! Pancakes” (¥1,390 before tax) and the lunch mats that you get can be taken home after you’re finished.

The “Tea Like Princess” (¥990 before tax) really makes you feel like a princess with the heart-shaped tea bag that comes with it♡

The “Happy Meal BOX” (¥1,590) comes with a hearty serving inside a box with a cute Vanellope illustration on it.

The “Heart Ippai Salad” (¥1,490) is a jar full of salad. What’s unique about this salad though is that it’s all cute into heart shapes. This will make eating the salad fun even for children who don’t like vegetables!

Their pop design drinks are Instagrammable too.

While you enjoy your meal you can actually watch Ralph Breaks The Internet being played on the screens.

Here’s a selection of the pieces of original merchandise they are selling.

There are plenty of items with the princess featured on them including the acrylic coasters (¥800 before tax) and acrylic key rings (¥750 before tax).

Customers can also get some free merch. If they make a reservation prior to arriving they will get one of six possible movie stills from the film. When arriving at the café they’ll get one of ten original hologram stickers.

And for every item ordered on the menu they can get one of nine original coasters!

 

In any case, they have placed cute motifs and references at every turn. It was a truly satisfying food entertainment experience!

 

Be sure to visit the café yourself to see all the other menu items and merchandise I couldn’t show today♡

 

©Disney

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    Drinks

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    Takeout

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    Plush Toys (Floral/Blue): ¥3,000 Each

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    Illustrations Dick Bruna © copyright Mercis bv, 1953-2020  www.miffy.com

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