Manga Series ‘The Quintessential Quintuplets’ Gets Exhibition in Ikebukruo

28.May.2019 | ANIME&GAME / SPOT

An exhibition centred on the hugely popular Weekly Shonen Magazine manga series The Quintessential Quintuplets by Negi Haruba is set to take place on the 4th floor of the Ikebukuro Sunshine City World Important Mart building from August 17 to September 1 this year.

 

Its theme is “an exhibition that both guys and girls can enjoy.” Though the series is serialised in a magazine aimed at males, it enjoys huge support from female readers. The anime’s first season ran from January to March this year which bolstered the fan base on both sides. It has become the most read romance series serialised in a male magazine by women.

Girls have taken to social media to express their love for the series, with some saying how the worries the quintuplets experience and their growth overlaps with their own. Others have described how cute the heroines are even from a female perspective.

The exhibition will house a plethora of illustrations, including hand drawn pictures by Negi Haruba, unfinished and completed illustrations, as well as outfit displays and more. Original merchandise will also be sold.

If you’re a fan of the quintuplets and are in Tokyo in August then be sure to drop by the exhibition.

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  • The Quintessential Quintuplets ∬ OP and ED Themes Released Digitally

    14.January.2021 | ANIME&GAME / MUSIC

    The Quintessential Quintuplets ∬, the second season of the popular TV anime series The Quintessential Quintuplets, began airing on January 8, 2021. The full-size versions of the opening and ending themes, titled Gotōbun no Katachi and Hatsukoi, are now available on music streaming and download services in Japan.

    Below are comments from the main voice cast for the five sisters about the second season which were released after the airing of the first episode. Comments are translated by MMN.

     

    Ichika (voiced by Kana Hanazawa), Nino (Ayana Taketatsu), Miku (Miku Itō), Yotsuba (Ayane Sakura) and Itsuki (Inori Minase)

     

    Kana Hanazawa (Voices: Ichika Nakano) | Comment

    “After checking out the first episode, I can’t help but want to see the second episode already. There are so many elements I’m interested in, and like with the first season it leaves you wondering who Futaro will end up with. Ichika plays a particularly important part in this second season, so I hope you watch over her.”

     

    Ayana Taketatsu (Voices: Nino Nakano) | Comment

    “I felt a little restless when season two finally started. But [the sisters] are going to fight since they all think mutually. I thought how clumsy they really are when voicing [my character]. But I really felt the connection between the five girls, and I hope everyone watches over them warmly until everything’s fixed. You’ll see that this is something that will cause Nino to change.”

     

    Miku Itō (Voices: Miku Nakano) | Comment

    “The second season shows the five sisters growing up. Their appearances change really suddenly, as do their general feelings, dreams, and feelings towards Futaro. Lots of different things. There’s also some realistic parts so please look forward to them.”

     

    Ayane Sakura (Voices: Yotsuba Nakano) | Comment

    “It’s a continuation from season one and brings a whole new atmosphere for people to experience. And since it’s the second half [of the story], the characters themselves have changed a little too. I hope everyone enjoys the human aspects of the series, both the positive and negative things.”

     

    Inori Minase (Voices: Itsuki Nakano) | Comment

    “There’s a riddle going into the second season which speaks of an incident that happened with Futaro five years ago in Kyoto that he can’t forget, and it questions which of the sisters was involved. But how does Futaro feel at seeing that girl again, with all the memories coming back? This is something I want people to pay attention to. The series follows not only the siblings’ growth, but considers Futaro’s decision and what he’s determined on. I hope everyone supports Futaro’s growth too.”

    ©春場ねぎ・講談社/「五等分の花嫁∬」製作委員会

  • Netflix Series Rilakkuma and Kaoru Gets Exhibition in Tokyo

    25.December.2020 | FASHION / SPOT

    An exhibition for the popular stop-motion animation Netflix series Rilakkuma and Kaoru will run at SEIBU Ikebukuro in Tokyo from December 27, 2020 to January 5, 2021. Fans of the series can look forward to plunging themselves into its adorable world with recreated sets, statues, photo spots, limited-edition merchandise, and more.

    Stop-motion sets and figures used in the animated series

    The actual sets and set pieces used for the stop-motion animation will be exhibited at the event including Kaoru’s apartment, Rilakkuma who looks like he’s about to pop to life, and more.

     

    Stop-motion animation behind-the-scenes

    Catch a behind-the-scene glimpse of the efforts put into creating the series including early sketches, character reference, designs, and more.

     

    Take a photo at Kaoru’s apartment

    Fans of the series won’t want to miss out on a special photo spot recreating Kaoru’s apartment with Rilakkuma and co waiting to greet you inside.

     

    Over 500 pieces of limited-edition merchandise

    Special Replica Plush Toy Korilakkuma With Serial Number | ¥25,300 (300 available in Japan / 200 elsewhere)

    Kaoru’s Album Post Card Set | ¥1,650

    Plush Pouch | ¥2,200 Each

    Fans can get their hands on a selection of exclusive limited-edition merchandise, including a replica Korilakkuma plush toy of which only 200 are available, each with its own unique serial number on the foot.

     

    Bonus Items

    Designs given randomly

    For every ¥5,000 spent in one transaction (tax included), visitors can receive a free original bag. These are available to the first 200 people per day of the exhibition.

     

    © 2020 San-X Co., Ltd. All Rights Reserved.

  • Reborn! Anime Series Now Holding Online Exhibition Until February 2020

    18.December.2020 | ANIME&GAME

    Japan’s online exhibition service Anique began holding an exhibition on December 10 centred on the popular anime series Katekyō Hitman Reborn!.

     

    Katekyō Hitman Reborn! Riunione

    The exhibition welcomes the reunion of the Reborn! characters where they will talk, laugh, and continue the inextinguishable flame that is the Reborn! series.

     

    What’s an Online Exhibition?

    Anique’s online exhibitions take place at a real art museum which you can watch for free on a smart device and PC. The exhibition is divided into different rooms focusing on different arcs and episodes from the Reborn! anime series.

     

    Episode Rooms
    [Dec 10-16] Daily Life Arc

    [Dec 17-23] Kokuyo Arc
    [Dec 24-Jan 6] Varia Arc

    [Jan 7-20] Future Arc

    [Jan 21-Feb 3] Future Final Battle Arc

    [Feb 4-17] All Episodes Exhibit

    *Dates subject to change

    Fans of the series can come together to comment their love for the series as well as get on group chats. Original artwork has been drawn for the exhibition, and there’s even exclusive merchandise.

     

    Event

    The exhibition is currently holding a fan vote for their favourite scenes from the anime series. Winning scenes will be chosen to be displayed at the exhibition.

     

    Voting Dates: December 10, 2020 – December 21, 2020

     

    Exhibition Limited Edition Collection

    Fans can remember the exhibition by getting their hands on one of the exclusive items available.

    Reborn! Exhibition Exclusive Illustrations (7 Designs) | ¥34,000

    7 illustrations have been drawn exclusively for the exhibition and framed. Fans who buy one will also receive a special certificate from the exhibition organisers, Anique.

    Reborn! Exhibition Premium Rose Juice & Vongole Glass Set (8 Designs) | ¥12,000

    Drink in style with an specially-made rose juice and gorgeous wine glass made in Italy. The bottle’s label features illustrations of the anime characters.

    Reborn! Exhibition Smartphone Cases (8 Designs) | ¥3,500

    Deck your phone out with one of these 8 Reborn! character cases.

    ©︎天野明/集英社・テレビ東京・リボーン製作委員会

  • TV Anime The Quintessential Quintuplets’ Season 2 OP and ED Themes to be Performed by Nakano Sisters

    16.December.2020 | ANIME&GAME / MUSIC

    It has been announced that the opening and ending themes for the upcoming TV anime series The Quintessential Quintuplets ∬, which will serve as the second season of The Quintessential Quintuplets, will be performed by the five Nakano sisters who are the main characters of the series: Ichika (voiced by Kana Hanazawa), Nino (Ayana Taketatsu), Miku (Miku Itō), Yotsuba (Ayane Sakura) and Itsuki (Inori Minase).

     

    The opening theme is entitled Gotobun no Katachi (‘The Shape of Quintuplets’) and follows series protagonist Futaro Uesugi’s feelings from the first season leading into his realisation of love in the second season. It was written, composed, and arranged by Masahiro Takeda.

     

    The ending theme is titled Hatsukoi (‘Puppy Love’ or ‘First Love’). It’s a ballad that sings about the sings you come to learn and realise after falling in love. It was written by Aira Yuki, composed by Art Neko, and arranged by Shuho Mitani.

    The full version of the opening theme will be released two days after the second season’s first episode airs on January 9, 2021. The ending theme will be released on the same day as the season airs on January 7, 2021.

     

    Hear part of the opening theme on Pony Canyon’s official YouTube channel below:

    Below are comments from the main cast of the Nakano siblings translated by MOSHI MOSHI NIPPON.

     

    Cast Comments

    Ichika Nakano (Voiced by: Kana Hanazawa)


    “I’m sure there are a lot of you who have read the manga and can picture where the story is going to go. You’ll be seeing even more of the sisters this season, and seeing them all together. The first season went down the path of focusing on each individual character, but this time they’ll all be together in the same scenes, and each with their own thoughts and feelings, so there won’t be many times where they haven’t talked about something. Basically, you’ll be spending a lot of time with the sisters. I hope people will be able to see their bond with each other, but each of them think differently, so I’d like for people to watch the situations bit by bit and enjoy their changes.”

     

    Nino Nakano (Voiced by: Ayana Taketatsu)


    “The second season was originally meant to start in October 2020, but production got pushed back because of the coronavirus, so now it’ll begin in January. You’ve all waited a really long time for this, so everyone in the staff is pouring their strength into it, as are we, the cast, into the voice recording, especially since we can’t all be together. I think because of that we’ve been able to make something really wonderful. All the characters in the promo video are super cute! I got to see Nino-chan’s promo video too. I think that sparkle in her eye when she shows her determination was really incredible. The new director is female, so she was really able to add her female perspective to the series, small details lke how the girls move and their cuteness. I’d love it if you all enjoyed those things too. Look forward to when it airs!”

     

    Miku Nakano (Voiced by: Miku Ito)


    “To everybody who has been waiting for it: it’s finally here! Like all of you, I’ve been wanting season two to hurry too, when we were recording, and now too while we’re waiting for it to start, so I’m super happy we’re able to deliver it now. I feel really grateful. Each of the five sisters have levelled up in the second season. I feel like their feelings towards Futaro really comes through, as do their personalities, so please look forward to it.”

     

    Yotsuba Nakano (Voiced by: Ayane Sakura)


    “If you’re waiting for season two, that means you’ve already seen season one, right? I’m sure you had a hunch how the first season was going to go, but in season two, you’ll really get to see the siblings battle it out! But it really has a lot of different elements, like how this is a story of the sisters’ bonds with each other, and how it’s become popular as a story about family. It introduces new staffs, although it has a different tone to it from the first season, so hope those who have read the manga will think about how that tone from the manga will translate into animation as they wait for it to be released.”

     

    Itsuki Nakano (Voiced by: Inori Minase)


    “Season two is finally going to air. I think it’s a fitting and gorgeous start for 2021. There will also be a level of sadness that wasn’t in the first season, like how your chest hurts as a result of love, and coming to dislike yourself a little. The five of them have swung from Futaro until now, and the story of season two will explore where they are going with that. I hope you all see from Futaro’s perspective and show your love The Quintessential Quintuplets again. We will work hard so that you all look forward to the series each week!”

     

    ©Negi Haruba・Kodansha / The Quintessential Quintuplets ∬ Production Committee

  • Tokyo Ghoul Author Sui Ishida’s Tokyo Exhibition Reveals Key Visual

    12.December.2020 | ANIME&GAME / SPOT

    Sui Ishida, the author of the internationally celebrated manga series Tokyo Ghoul which has shipped over 44 million copies worldwide, is getting his first ever large-scale exhibition next year. Titled “Sui Ishida Exhibition [Tokyo Ghoul JACK JEANNE],” the event is set to take place at Sunshine City in Ikebukuro, Tokyo from February 6, 2021 to March 7, 2021 before moving to Fukuoka Asian Art Museum on April 10 where it will run until May 16.

     

    The first key visual for the event has been unveiled which Ishida drew himself for the exhibition. It features the protagonist of his Tokyo Ghoul series Ken Kaneki as well as Kisa Tachibana from his upcoming game JACK JEANNE.

     

    The exhibition is a place to discover all things Sui Ishida and will focus on his career from zero to the spawn Tokyo Ghoul and his upcoming game Nintendo Switch title JACK JEANNE which he designed the characters, created the storyline, illustrations and scenarios for. There will be a range of exhibits, illustrations, and more to see.

     

    Pre-sale tickets to the exhibition were released on Thursday (December 10) via the official websitw. The exhibition will be carrying out capacity restrictions each day in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

    The exhibition is a must-see for fans of the author’s work.

     

    ©Sui Ishida/SHUEISHA ©Sui Ishida/BROCCOLI
    *Nintendo Switch is a trademark of Nintendo.

  • Banana Fish Anime Series Gets Themed Cafe in Ikebukuro This Winter

    05.December.2020 | ANIME&GAME / FOOD

    Japanese company LEGS is opening up ‘BANANA FISH Cafe and Bar – galleries -‘ in Ikebukuro, Tokyo for a limited time from December 17, 2020 to January 24, 2021. The cafe will serve up food, drink, desserts, and merchandise based on New York, which is the setting of the Banana Fish series, and the series characters.

     

    Banana Fish is a manga series written and illustrated by Akimi Yoshida. It was serialised in Bessatsu Shojo Comic from 1985 to 1994. An anime series aired in 2018 on Fuji TV’s Noitamina programming block and other channels which garnered the series many fans of all ages.

     

    The cafe comes as a follow up to the 2018 and 2019 limited-time Banana Fish cafes which were also opened by LEGS. This year takes on an ‘art gallery’ theme, in which diners can immerse themselves in with a line-up of artwork to decorate the cafe.

     

    The Menu (Excerpt/Pre-Tax Prices)

    Food

    Ohashinokuni Breakfast | ¥1,399

    A stylish assortment of individual foods such as natto garnished with olives and salt, zakkoku millet, fried mackerel, and more.

    N.Y. HOTDOG STAND | ¥1,499

    A hot dog set menu with two different hot dogs to choose from, served with a choice of a side such as fries and a drink. Comes with one of two Banana Fish paper napkins.

     

    Desserts

    N.Y. Style Pancakes | ¥1,299

    Classic New York-style buttermilk pancakes loaded with ice cream and banana, finished with a squirt of whipped cream, and drizzled in maple syrup.

    N.Y. Style Doughnut Set | ¥999

    Choose from three different doughnuts topped with pistachios and nuts together with a drink such as coffee for a classic American cafe-stop break. Comes with one of two Banana Fish paper napkins.

    nori² Christmas Set ¥1,099 | nori² New Year Set ¥1,099

    The nori² Christmas Set is a parfait made like a Christmas cake with sponge and strawberries. Available December 17, 2020-December 25, 2020 only.

     

    The nori² New Year Set is a Japanese-style parfait filled with anko red bean paste, rice flour dumplings, and peach. Drizzling the mitarashi sauce over the parfait is a must! Available January 5, 2021-January 11, 2021 only.

     

    Drinks


    From Left: Ash / Eiji / Shorter / Shin / Lee | ¥799 Each

    Fruity and colourful drinks inspired by four characters from Banana Fish.

     

    Bonus Items


    Customers who book a visit to the cafe in advance (¥650 per person before tax) will receive one of six possible face mask cases. Visitors will also get one of 15 replica tickets.

    Additionally, for every drink ordered, they can get a free coaster from 7 possible designs.

     

    Original Merchandise (Pre-Tax Prices)

    Character Acrylic Badge (7 Designs) ¥650 Each / Memory Acrylic Badge (10 Designs) ¥650 Each


    Clear Multi Case (3 Designs) ¥1,000 Each / Towel Handkerchief Set (Contains 2) ¥1,550 Each

    The cafe will sell a range of original and exclusive merchandise both at the cafe and via their online shop too, so don’t miss out.

    Availability Period: December 17, 2020 at 10:00 – January 24, 2021 at 23:59
    Early Bird Bonus Item: One replica ticket (15 designs) *Available until December 31, 2020

    Lose yourself in the world of Banana Fish at this very special limited-time cafe.

     

    ©Akimi Yoshida・Shogakukan / Project BANANA FISH

  • BUSTERCALL = ONE PIECE Exhibition to Take Place at Yokohama ASOBUILD

    24.November.2020 | ANIME&GAME / SPOT

    The BUSTERCALL Project is holding a One Piece themed exhibition called BUSTERCALL = ONE PIECE Exhibition at Yokohama ASOBUILD from November 20 to December 27 at Yokohama ASOBUILD. BUSTERCALL is a project formed of 200 artists and creators around the world to deliver events and exhibitions centred on the popular manga and anime series One Piece.

     

    At BUSTERCALL = ONE PIECE Exhibition, fans can pick up a range of merchandise as well as make their own original T-shirts at the workshop.

    Original Emblem: ¥1,000 (Tax Included) *27 designs

    Original T-Shirt: ¥3,500 (Tax Included)  WHITE/BLACK SIZES: S/M/L/XL

     Fans can make their own original emblems which can be attached to one of 27 different T-shirts.

    One Piece fans can also get their hands on a selection of apparel, figures, and other pieces of merchandise, some of which will also be available to buy online in Japan. Some creators are also selling special items in limited quantities.

     

    Original Sticker

    All fans who visit the art exhibition will get a free original sticker too.

  • Egyptian God Anime Series Tototsu ni Egypt Kami Announces December 7 Broadcast

    24.November.2020 | ANIME&GAME

    It has been announced that the first episode of Frontier Works’s upcoming web anime series Tototsu Ni Egypt Kami (“Suddenly, Egyptian Gods”) will be posted on December 7, 2020 at 12:00pm (JST).

     

    New promotional video released alongside air date announcement

    Check out the newest PV release for the series which introduces each of the main characters.

     

    Web Anime “Tototsu Ni Egypt Kami” PV Long Version

    Get a free postcard in Japan

    To promote the series, Japanese anime goods chain Animate is holding a campaign where for every ¥1,000 spent on Tototsu Ni Egypt Kami merchandise at Animate stores in Japan customers will receive one of 13 postcards.

    Running: December 19, 2020 – January 17, 2021

    Participating Stores: Animate / Animate Online / Shosen Grande / Horindo Takadanobaba

    AMOCAFE Ikebukuro is also celebrating the release of the anime series by serving up a themed menu as well as selling exclusive merchandise.

    Running: November 25, 2020 – December 9, 2020

    Location: AMOCAFE Ikebukuro, 1-31-6 Higashi-Ikebukuro, Toshima-ku, Tokyo

    Opening Hours: 11:00-19:45 (Reservation Only)

    Official Website: https://amocafe-reserve.jp/to_to2ni_cafe/

    Who would have thought that the Egyptian gods could be kawaii? Well, that’s exactly what they’ve become in Tototsu Ni Egypt Kami, a series set in Ancient Egypt where the Egyptian deities, like Anubis, Thoth, Bastet, and Ra live laid-back and relaxed lives. The series is adapted from a popular line of character mascots of the same name.

     

    ©yuka/とーとつにエジプト神プロジェクト

  • Japan’s Tom and Jerry Exhibition Celebrates 80 Years of the Animated Series

    23.November.2020 | SPOT

    Tom and Jerry is an animated franchise created in 1940 by William Hanna and Joseph Barbera. Adored worldwide for its titular rival characters, the hit series has won Academy Awards for Animated Short Film.

    The series is now getting its first ever exhibition, and it will take place in Japan, celebrating 80 years of the beloved franchise. Fans can look forward to seeing 250 original illustrations, animation cels from the debut animation short in the series Puss Gets the Boot, rough sketches, storyboards, and more. There will also be exhibits of the Hanna-Barbera cartoons loved by Japanese children.

     

    The Exhibition Break-Down
    Chapter One: The Birth of the Legendary Duo

    Chapter One of the exhibition will look at the history behind the birth of Tom and Jerry in 1940, and visitors will be able to watch the episodes that received Academy Awards.

     

    Chapter Two: The Charm of the Tom and Jerry Series

    The episodes, layout, secondary characters, title backgrounds, and more will be explored in detail. There will also be 3D recreations of Tom being out-done by Jerry.

     

    Chapter Three: Passing Onto Future Generations

    This chapter will explore Tom and Jerry from 1986 onwards. Visitors will also be able to see a recreation of the desk of American animator Spike Brandt who worked on numerous Tom and Jerry films.

     

    Chapter Four: Onto Television

    Chapter Four will explore the limits of what Hanna-Barbera were able to do in the early days on a low budget. Episodes and sounds nostalgic to Japanese people who grew up with their animations will also be played.

     

    Chapter Five: Tom and Jerry’s Eternal Chase

    Exhibits of the Tom and Jerry Show, as well as an exclusive animation made for this exhibition, will be showcased. Visitors can also get their hands on a selection of 200 pieces of exclusive merchandise and pre-sales on original items.

     

    TOM AND JERRY and related characters and elements ⓒ & ™ Turner Entertainment Co. (s20)

  • Pikachu Caramel Frappes Zap Their Way to Pikachu Sweets by Pokémon Cafe This Holiday Season

    22.November.2020 | ANIME&GAME / FOOD

    Pikachu Sweets by Pokémon Cafe in Ikebukuro, Tokyo, is adding the new “Caramel Pika Pika Frappe” to its menu this holiday season from December 5, 2020 to January 15, 2021.

    Caramel Pika Pika Frappe | ¥700 (Before Tax)

    The adorable beverage is based on the Japanese custard pudding known as purin. It’s laced with caramel sauce, closed off with a squirt of whipped cream, and finished with a sprinkling of chocolate chips for accent.

    Pikachu Sleeves

    The drink also comes with one of four possible Pikachu sleeves which feature designs in promotion of the upcoming animated film Pokémon the Movie: Secrets of the Jungle (also known as Pokémon the Movie: Coco) which will be released in Japan on December 25, 2020 and in the US in 2021.

     

    © 2020 Pokémon.©1995-2020 Nintendo/Creatures Inc./GAME FREAK inc.
    Pokémon, ポケットモンスター, and ポケモン are registered trademarks of Nintendo, Creatures Inc., and GAME FREAK inc.
    © Nintendo・Creatures・GAME FREAK・TV Tokyo・ShoPro・JR Kikaku
    © Pokémon © 2020 Pikachu Project

  • Tokyo’s Fate/Grand Order 2021 Event to Take Place at Ikebukuro Sunshine 60

    21.November.2020 | ANIME&GAME / SPOT

    To promote the upcoming anime film adaptation of mobile RPG Fate/Grand Order‘s popular episode “6th Singularity: Camelot,” an event will take place at SKY CIRCUS Sunshine 60 Observation Deck and Sunshine Aquarium in Ikebukuro, Tokyo from December 4, 2020 to January 31, 2021.

     

    New artwork displayed for the event

    A collection of new artwork has been drawn specially for the event. Fans will find life-sized cut-outs of Bedivere, Mashu Kyrielite, Lion King, Gawain, and Lancelot at the observation deck and Ozymandias, Nitocris, and Arash at the aquarium. There will also be voiced panels at the observation deck with newly-recorded lines by Mamoru Miyano (Bedivere) and Takehito Koyasu (Ozymandias). Different voice recordings will be rolled out throughout the duration of the event. This info can be found by following the venue on Twitter @skycircus60.

     

    Anime photos and signed exhibits

    The observation deck will also feature photos taken from scenes in the anime series as well as exhibits signed by the character voice actors.

     

    Original Merchandise

    Stickers

    Pins

    Both the observation deck and aquarium will sell their own original merchandise, so fans will want to visit both venues.

     

    Keyword Rally

    Keyword Rally answer sheet

    Both venues will host a keyword rally where fans will have to fill out their answers of the correct words on the sheets in Japanese. Clearing each one will get them an original card with five different designs from the observation deck and three from the aquarium.

     

    Answer sheets can be bought for ¥600 each from the 60th floor ticket counter at the observation deck and next to the annual passport counter at the aquarium.

     

    Tully’s Coffee Collaboration

    Tully’s Coffee coasters

    Both venues have their own branches of Tully’s Coffee, a cafe chain. For every ¥800 spent on a transaction you will receive one of eight possible coasters chosen randomly.展

     

    Movie ticket campaign

    If you go to see the upcoming Fate/Grand Order movie in Japan and show your movie ticket at either the observation deck or aquarium you can get 20% off your entry to the event.劇

     

    More original merchandise

    Starting on December 4, the observation deck will begin selling merchandise tickets in addition to regular entry tickets which include both admission and a piece of merchandise.

     

    ©TYPE-MOON / FGO6 ANIME PROJECT

  • Attack on Titan The Final Season Themed Cafe to Open in Ikebukuro

    11.November.2020 | ANIME&GAME / FOOD

    Two branches of Animate Cafe, Animate Cafe Ikebukuro 3 and Animated Cafe Nagoya 2, are set to collaborate with Attack on Titan from November 25 in promotion of the anime’s upcoming final season which will begin airing on December 7. This marks Animate Cafe’s fourth collaboration with the anime.

     

    Menu

    Animate Cafe held a poll amongst customers who dined at the previous Attack on Titan collaboration cafes to find out what the most popular dishes were. These have been chosen to go on the menu for this collaboration.

    5 Years Colossal Hamburger & Mother’s Handmade Stew | ¥1,000


    Eren Meringue & Bertholdt Tart | ¥750


    Hange’s Experiment Drink | ¥600


    Eren’s Death Wish Drink | ¥600

    New additions to the menu include Hange’s Experiment Drink and Eren’s Death Wish Drink.


    The Final Season Special Rose Cake | ¥750


    Gorgeous Champagne Jelly | ¥600

     

    Original merchandise


    Big Acrylic Stands (4 Designs) | ¥1,600


    Trading Pins (A Group: 6 Designs/B Group: 7 Designs/C Group: 4 Designs) | ¥400 Each


    Print Cookies | ¥1,000 Each (Comes with 1 illustration card)

     

    ©️Hajime Isayama・Kodansha / Attack on Titan The Final Season Production Committee

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