Disney Twisted Wonderland Pop-Up Cafe

Celebrate Halloween with Disney in Tokyo, Osaka, and Nagoya

Kim   - 2 min read

There are numerous fun ways to celebrate Halloween across Japan, and one of them is through food. If you're a fan of all things Disney, four pop-up café events in Tokyo, Osaka, and Nagoya this autumn may pique your interest. The Disney Twisted Wonderland event will offer a variety of themed food, drinks, and merchandise from early October through late November/early December.

Some of the foodie highlights include a jack o'lantern inspired keema curry with soy meat, a ghost-themed hamburger, and even a glowing ghost smoothie. The full menu can be perused on the official event website.

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Although reservations aren't required for the event, they are recommended if you want to be seated on a certain date and time. There is a reservation fee (¥715 including tax) which includes a collectible gift as a thank you.

Please note that the café dates differ for each location.

  • Tokyo's Oh My Café: October 7th (Friday) to December 4th (Sunday), 2022
  • Tokyo's BOX café & space Shinjuku: October 8th (Saturday) to November 27th (Sunday), 2022
  • Osaka's Oh My Café: October 7th (Friday) to December 11th (Sunday), 2022
  • Nagoya's kawara CAFE & KITCHEN: October 14th (Friday) to December 4th (Sunday), 2022

Getting there

Tokyo's Oh My Cafe is located on the third floor of the Tokyu Plaza Omotesando Harajuku Mall. It can be accessed in just a minute on foot from Meijijingumae Station, served by the Chiyoda and Fukutoshin Tokyo Metro Subway Lines.

Tokyo's BOX cafe & space Shinjuku is located on the first floor of the Lumine EST Shinjuku building, right by Shinjuku Station.

Osaka's Oh My Cafe is located just two minutes on foot from Shinsaibashi Station, which is served by the Osaka Metro's Midosuji Line and Nagahori Tsurumi-ryokuchi Line.

Nagoya's Kawara cafe and kitchen is located within the PARCO Nagoya South Building (5th floor). It can be accessed in just 5 minutes on foot from Yabachō Station, which is served by the Nagoya Municipal Subway's Meijō Line.


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