Snoopy Themed PEANUTS HOTEL Celebrates 1st Anniversary

03.August.2019 | ANIME&GAME / SPOT

To celebrate the 1st anniversary of the PEANUTS HOTEL, which opened on August 1, 2018, the hotel has released a collection of original commemorative merchandise.

The PEANUTS hotel is home to 18 rooms each with its own unique design. The merchandise collection is themed on each of these rooms.

PEANUTS HOTEL “Happiness is a warm puppy..” (Room 64) – ¥3,500

The theme of Room 64 is “Happiness is a warm puppy,” so the PEANUTS HOTEL has made that a reality by creating a huggable Snoopy plush toy which is so cute and soft you’ll never want to let him go. He is a smaller version of the big Snoopy you can hug in Room 64, meaning you can take him anywhere with you!

PEANUTS HOTEL 1ST ANNIVERSARY Postcards (5 Designs / 2 Included With Each) – ¥2,200

The hotel’s postcard sets are popular with guests, and to celebrate the 1st anniversary, it is selling limited edition designs. Using special manufacturing methods, the hotel has released sets themed on Rooms 44, 57, 61 and 62. They are packaged in a beautiful box that looks like the outside of the hotel and its windows. They are great for both sending to someone with a message or for simply using them as decoration in your own room.

PEANUTS HOTEL x tegoto “solarsystem” (Room 42) – ¥49,000 (Only 30 Available)

PEANUTS HOTEL has teamed up with the internationally popular product brand tegoto to release mobiles inspired by Astronaut Snoopy which is the theme of Room 42. Each mobile is handcrafted individually and features Snoopy, Woodstock and the planetary system. Perfect for both kids and adults alike!

*Only 30 available. Each comes with its own unique handwritten serial number.

 

PEANUTS Cafe Nakameguro and PEANUTS DINER Yokohama are also joining in the celebration with their own pop-up corner which will run for the whole month of August. For this limited time only, they will sell items which are usually exclusive to the PEANUTS HOTEL.

“Lila” Aroma Essential Oils – ¥2,300 / Aroma Air Mist – ¥2,200 / Aroma Stone Diffuser – ¥2,200 / PEANUTS HOTEL Bath Towel – ¥3,200, Face Towel – ¥1,800, Amenity Set – ¥3,400 / Compression Bag (Contains 5) – ¥1,500

These items are also available over on the PEANUTS Cafe Online Shop. Join Snoopy and his friends in celebrating the 1st anniversary of the PEANUTS HOTEL by picking up some cute merch!

 

*All listed prices are pre-tax.

© 2019 Peanuts Worldwide LLC

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    ■Information

    PEANUTS Cafe – Nakameguro

    Address: 2-16-7 Aobadai, Meguro-ku, Tokyo

    Opening Hours: 10:00am-10:00pm

    Sales Period: August 22, 2018 – September 2, 2018 (*Select items subject to change)

    TEL: 03-6455-1541

    Official Website: http://www.peanutscafe.jp/

     

    PEANUTS DINER – Yokohama

    Address: 2F Marine & Walk Yokohama, 1-3-1 Shinko, Naka-ku, Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa Prefecture

    Opening Hours: 10:00am-11:00pm (Last Orders 10:00pm)

    Sales Period: August 22, 2018 – September 2, 2018 (*Select items subject to change)

    TEL: 045-323-9555

    Official Website: http://www.peanutsdiner.jp

     

     

    PEANUTS HOTEL

    Address: 1-22-26 Nakayamatedori, Chuo-ku, Kobe-shi, Hyogo Prefecture

    Official Website: https://www.peanutshotel.jp/

    *The Peanuts Hotel bath towel, face towel and “Lila” aroma series are limited to the hotel and are not included in this commemoration sale at the cafe or diner.

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    Why not enjoy this “retro” and Kobe-like hotel. Come experience this “Peanuts world” in Kobe.

     

    ■Information

    PEANUTS HOTEL

    Open date: summer of 2018

    Number of rooms: 18

    Official website: To be opened later

     

    <1st floor facility>

    Name: PEANUTS Café

    Open date: summer of 2018

    Seat number: approx. 40 seats

    Official website: http://www.peanutscafe.jp/

     

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