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For a limited time, “Sailor Moon Cafe”s will open in four of Japan’s cities from Sept. through early Dec.

Tokyo, Osaka,Nagoya and Fukuoka will have the cafes open for only a few days with special menus that relate to the popular Japanese manga series and animation. All items on sale and store decorations will use the original animation illustrations.

Sailor Moon Mango Cream Smoothie – ¥990 (Image courtesy of the Sailor Moon Cafe menu)

 

Here’s the catch: because of its anticipated popularity, there’s an advance reservation system. Only those who who have reservations up to three days before opening day can come to the cafe. Reservations must be made at least three days before each opening day and for each reservation there is a max of four seats held. By using reservations, the cafe can allow guests to enter without a waiting time.

Chibi Moon Ichigo Milk Smoothie – ¥990 (Image courtesy of the Sailor Moon Cafe menu)

They will not accept same day reservations by phone so guests must book ahead of time.

Luna and Artemis Bamboo Burger – ¥1,690 (Image courtesy of the Sailor Moon Cafe menu)
The Legendary Holy Grail! Rainbow Mooncaris Parfait – ¥1,490 (Image courtesy of the Sailor Moon Cafe menu)

For those who have already booked their seats, the cafe is giving clear “Sailor Moon” posters as gifts when they come in.

Tuxedo Mask’s Jet Black Curry – ¥1,490 (Image courtesy of the Sailor Moon Cafe menu)
You are a Genius Girl Too! What? Soap Bubbly Spray Cheesecake – ¥1,390 (Image courtesy of the Sailor Moon Cafe menu)

Guests can stay up to 80 minutes as it will use a replacement system (as each guest leaves, others come in). They also must arrive at the cafe ten minutes before their scheduled time, otherwise reservations will be cancelled.

 

Burning Mandola Anmatsu at the Hirakawa Shrine – ¥1,390 (Image courtesy of the Sailor Moon Cafe menu)

If you’re still interested in booking those last couple seats, each reservation costs ¥650 per person and must be booked three days before the cafe’s opening day.

To check the dates, locations and to make reservations, click on each individual location:

Tokyo: Sept. 22 – Oct. 29
Osaka: Sept. 28 – Nov. 5
Nagoya: Sept. 29 – Nov. 5
Fukuoka: Nov. 1 – Dec. 3

 

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Kristen Wong
Kristen is a student attending the University of Central Florida and is currently majoring in journalism and history. She was born and raised in Orlando and has a strong desire to learn more about cultural diversity, especially pertaining to the Asian community. She strongly believes in the education of diversity among individuals with different backgrounds for the benefit of the community as a whole. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, creative writing, volunteering and video games.