“THE VERY HUNGRY CATERPILLAR CAFE” will be opened at MARRONNIER GATE GINZA

09.January.2018 | FOOD / SPOT

The world of “Harapeko Aomushi (The Very Hungry Caterpillar), one of the most loved picture books in the world, will become a café. The café will open from the 18th of January 2018 (Thurs.) in Ginza for a limited time offer!

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The items on the menu of the café will include French toast, omelet rice, Hamburger and pasta which everybody likes.

The healthy menu items will use lots of fresh and colorful vegetables which is for sure to make customers happy.

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Each menu item is colorful and cute, so you might hesitate to eat it but you will surely be satisfied when you eat it!

 

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8.おひさまのチーズケーキ

Some surprise menus items using the motif of the nursery rhyme called “Harapeko Aomushi no Uta” which are not announced yet, but rumors about these items are gathering much attention.

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Other than the collaborative menu items, they will also offer original foods, desserts and free baby foods.

A mug cup which depicts the key design will be sold as a limited original goods.

10.ラブリーはらぺこあおむし

The world’s first café of “Harapeko Aomushi” will for sure be a place which makes everybody happy. Why not experience this world of Harapeko Aomushi?

 

 

◼︎Information

Harapeko Aomushi Café

Date: 2018,01,18 (Thurs.) to 08,31 (Fri.)

※the café will be closed on 02,19 (Mon.)

Address: MARRONNIER GATE GINZA 1 (4F), Sunday Brunch, 2-14, 2nd Street, Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo

Business hours: 11:00 to 21:00

※a reservation must be made before visiting the café (until 17:30).

You can sit at any seat after 17:30

URL:www.harapecocafe.com

TM & © 2018 Eric Carle LLC.

 

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    Witness the magnificent sunset during business hours


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    Hoshino Resorts Olu Grill


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