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Peter Pan Cafe in Tokyo, Osaka, & Nagoya

Themed food, drinks, and merch for a limited time

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Kim   - 2 min read

Japan is home to a myriad of themed cafes – both temporary and permanent – which incorporate some amazingly presented food and drinks, plus limited-edition merchandise available to purchase. Starting this December, three Peter Pan pop-up cafes are coming to Tokyo, Osaka, and Nagoya, and they'll be running until the late January/early February timeframe depending on the venue.

The main dish menu includes the likes of the Neverland curry (¥2,079 including tax), the Tinkerbell spinach sauce pasta (¥2,189 including tax), and the Tick Tock Ham and Egg sandwich (¥2,189 including tax).

The drinks menu is just as much fun, with flavored sodas, smoothies, hot tea, and lemonade just some of the options available to choose from.

Along with the food and drinks on offer, visiting the cafe also affords the opportunity for guests to purchase limited-edition Peter Pan merchandise. There will be stickers, acrylic keychains and coasters, tote bags, deco tape, cushions, and more.

Reservations for the pop-up cafe can be made via the official event website.

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. The Tokyo cafe runs from December 9th until February 12th.

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. The Osaka cafe runs from December 15th until January 29th.

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. The Nagoya cafe runs from December 9th until January 29th.

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