Eat at the Tokyo Ghoul Cafe in Japan This Summer for a

first_img Tokyo Ghoul is a decadently creepy anime, so it makes sense that any type of cafe based on the series would feature decadent, delicious cuisine with weirdness sprinkled in. The anime-themed cafe in the case of Tokyo Ghoul, The Guest Cafe and Diner in Ikebukuro, Tokyo will be transforming into the Tokyo Ghoul cafe. This is all in celebration of the live-action Tokyo Ghoul movie that’s coming to theaters in Japan in July.The cafe will feature exclusive art from the series and unique costumes guests can peruse, but most importantly creepy and delicious food that looks like it was pulled straight from the show. Dishes like Kaneki’s One-Eyed Curry that looks just like a bloody eye, or Hinami’s Hamburger Steak with plenty of bloody-looking sauce and sausages that look a little like fingers.Dessert comes in the form of Tsukiyama’s Eyeball Cheese Mousse, which looks like a freshly-plucked eyeball. There are some other especially weird items too, like the ‘Can You Really Eat It…?’ burger that comes wrapped in paper like the very same meat given to Kaneki in the series, or Amon’s Kakeage Udon, which looks like the same food from the series. The Bad-Tasting Sandwich is an egg salad sandwich that ghouls wouldn’t find delectable, and an individual Rc Cell Drink, which is meant to be just like the very same drink the characters in the anime drink to live instead of blood.There are other items still like Suzuya’s Parfait, Uta’s Snack Gelatin, and the Touka Gelatin Drink, all of which look delicious. If you go to the cafe to have something to eat, you’ll get a special placemat with characters from the series, and you can also go shopping at the attached store for Tokyo Ghoul march. The cafe itself will be open from May 27 through June 28. Better get moving!photos via the-guestView as: One Page Slides1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Stay on target Launchpad Blaze Postpones JAXA’s Cargo Ship Launch to ISSJapan’s Hayabusa-2 Probe Packs Up Space Rock Cargo From Asteroid Ryugu last_img

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