Snoopy Master of Disguise Themed Fair Kicks Off With Space Theme at PEANUTS Cafe & Diner

05.July.2019 | ANIME&GAME / FOOD

This summer, all branches of the PEANUTS Cafe and PEANUTS DINER are holding a fair to celebrate Snoopy and his many disguises. The first theme is “Astronaut Snoopy.”

 

IT’S A BEAGLE’S LIFE “I DID IT!” is the official catchphrase tied to this first theme which will see lots of space themed merchandise sold. And from July 17, a very special drink will be sold inspired by the Milky Way shimmering in space.

Astronaut Lemonade: Have-In ¥730 (Before Tax) / Takeout ¥600 (Tax Included) *On sale July 17, comes with original coaster

A beautiful spacey gradation is achieved by combining Blue Curacao syrup to a purple Blue Mallow tea. You might even catch a glimpse of a moonbound Snoopy in there. If you order this to have in the drink will be served over refreshing soda flavoured marble ice. It also comes with a limited-edition coaster you can take home. This one’s sure to be an Instagram contender!

 

Participating Branches
PEANUTS Cafe Nakameguro: Have-In/Takeout
PEANUTS DINER Yokohama: Have-In/Takeout
PEANUTS Cafe Kobe: Takeout Only
PEANUTS DINER Kobe: Have-In Only

 

PEANUTS Cafe×Thermo Mug <Astronaut> ¥3,500 (Before Tax)

From the cafe’s popular tumbler collaboration series comes a new thermo mug. It’s bright red and features Astronaut Snoopy on the front. The mug keeps hot drinks hot and cold drinks cold so you can take out your beverage of choice during any season. It also comes with a lid to ensure it does not spill when tipped or knocked. Perfect for work or when you’re reading♡

 

POPSOCKETS GRIP Red/Blue <Astronaut> ¥2,400 (Before Tax)
PopSockets are a must-have item for your handheld device, and these ones come with the Astronaut Snoopy design. Until now the PopSockets sold at the cafes and diners have been monochrome but you can grab these ones in red or blue! The red one is sold at the Nakameguro, Yokohama and Kobe branches while blue can be bought on the online shop. Both are available while supplies last.

 

Original Sticker <Astronaut> ¥850 (Before Tax) *On sale from July 17
This set of four large stickers also come in red and blue colours with Snoopy in his astronaut disguise. Stick them on your PC or laptop, suitcase and anywhere else so you can be with Snoopy all the time.

 

© 2019 Peanuts Worldwide LLC

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    21:30 Nighttime view from East Rokko Observatory

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    The cafe offers plenty of other dishes that will leave any Weathering with You fans spoiled for choice.

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    Plunge yourself into the world of Weathering with You at either one of these cafes, now running until November 17.

     

    *Photos are for illustrative purposes only. All listed prices are pre-tax prices.

    ©️2019 “Weathering with You” Production Committee

  • 2019 Kobe Luminarie Winter Illuminations to Light Up Kobe This December

    09.October.2019 | SPOT

    The 25th Kobe Luminarie light festival will take place from December 6 to 15. The theme of this year’s festival is “25 Years, Guided by the Light of Hope” (Original Italian title: Da 25 anni, guidati dalle luci della speranza).

    Kobe Luminarie is an illumination festival that has been held annually since 1995 in commemoration of the Great Hanshin earthquake which hit Kobe that year on January 17. The event has continued as a symbol of hope for Kobe and has also become a festival associated with the winter season. Last year’s festival saw around 3.43 million people in attendance.

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    The event’s largest light dome

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    Over in the floral clock area, the Sparri Ara wall lights twinkle beside the wisteria trees. The lights will change and transform to the sound of the music. Attendees will also be able to pick up small gifts too as well as take pictures at the various photo spots.

     

    Earthquake Talk Booth

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  • Hiroo’s Cafe CANVAS TOKYO Turns Into a Pure White Canvas in New Monochrome Theme

    09.October.2019 | FOOD / SPOT

    CANVAS TOKYO is a cafe and open concept store based in Hiroo, Tokyo produced and managed by BLANCA ASSOCIATION. The cafe has announced that it is taking on a new monochrome theme on October 10 where the entire cafe will be decked out in white like a blank canvas. They will also sell new products as part of the transformation.

    The idea behind this concept is to make the overall look simple while putting great care and attention into the little details. Everything from the cafe exterior to its interior, cups, cutlery and so on have been dyed black and white to give a plain yet sophisticated appearance.

     

    The cafe will also stock a new range of merchandise under the same concept, like coats and bags, allowing the cafe’s stylish look to extend into the outside world too. As well as this, the cafe is introducing some new menu items, including a tea latte, bao, and more.

    Black & White Sweaters – ¥12,000 (Before Tax)  *One size

    Made into a loosely tailored size with wide ribbed sleeves, these sweaters have a design that makes them easy to coordinate, meaning you can pair them with countless outfits.

    London Fog – ¥500 (Before Tax)

    CANVAS TOKYO’s original London Fog beverage is an Earl grey tea mixed with natural maple syrup from Canada, warm milk and fluffy foamed milk, effectively creating a tea latte.

    Left: Fresh Salsa & BBQ Pork – ¥430 (Before Tax) / Right: Coriander & TERIYAKI Pork – ¥430 (Before Tax)

    These Chinese-style steamed meat buns, known as “bao,” are a popular snack item with people around the world. New York and London are known for having several stores specialising in bao.

     

    This is just a small peek into the monochrome heaven of CANVAS TOKYO. To see it in all it’s black and white glory, head to the trendy district of Hiroo in Tokyo.

  • Celebrate 70 Years Of Snoopy & the Peanuts Series Around Japan in 2019-2020

    08.October.2019 | SPOT

    Charles M. Schulz’s internationally beloved comic series Peanuts will turn 70 years old on October 2, 2020. To commemorate the milestone, celebrations for the 70-year-anniversary have began early in Japan from October 2, 2019.

     

    Japan is a big supporter of Snoopy and the Peanuts series he features in, and so the country has lots of events and celebratory merchandise lined up.

     

    70th Anniversary Website Opens

     

    70th Logo

    The Peanuts Japan website has been transformed to celebrate 70 years since 1950 when the comic strip first launched. On it, you can see the first ever strip of Peanuts as well as when Snoopy first appeared on it. There’s also details about upcoming events, exclusive products, and other related topics.

     

    70th Anniversary Website: https://www.snoopy.co.jp/70th/

     

    B.League 2019-20 SEASON CHEER Ambassador Inauguration

     

    ©B.LEAGUE

    Snoopy and his pals have been appointed as “Cheer Ambassadors” for Japan’s professional basketball team B.League and their 2019-20 season.

     

    Peanuts Comic Collection

    25 Volumes

    The long-awaited entire Peanuts collection, comprised of 25 volumes spanning 70 years of comic stripes, is being published in Japan by Kawade Shobō Shinsha. This is the Japanese version of the Complete Peanuts collection released by Fantagraphics Books in the US. It was translated by famous Japanese poet and translator Shuntarō Tanikawa.

     

    Two volumes will be released every month from this month (October 2019), but fans who pre-order the collection will receive some exclusive artwork, a poster and more.

     

    Peanuts Collection Website: http://web.kawade.co.jp/bungi/2752

     

    70th Anniversary Events

    Time Capsule Exhibition

    In celebration of the 70th anniversary, the Snoopy Time Capsule Exhibition will be taken around Japan, starting with Seibu Ikebukuro from December 11, 2019.

     

    The exhibition’s theme imagines Snoopy finding a key to a time capsule and opening it to find locked-away memories of himself and the Peanuts gang from across the series. If you’re an adult who read the comics as a child then get ready to feel like a kid again as you are transported back in time.

     

    There will be exclusive merchandise available to buy too.

     

    Exhibition Schedule

    ・Seibu Ikebukuro: December 11, 2019 – December 29, 2019

    ・Daimaru Kyoto: March 11, 2020 – March 23, 2020

    ・Daimaru Umeda: April 29, 2020 – May 11, 2020

    ・Matsuzakaya Nagoya: December 16, 2020 – December 30, 2020

    *Schedule to be updated on www.snoopy.co.jp in the neat future

     

     

    Join Snoopy and the gang to celebrate 70 years of Peanuts.

     

    ©️2019 Peanuts Worldwide LLC

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