Cafes in Tokyo,  Tokyo,  Videogames

FINAL FANTASY Eorzea Cafe in Akihabara, Tokyo.

Let’s go to Eorzea Cafe!


During this month of June, there’s a collaboration between two of my favorite fantasy cafes: Square Enix and Eorzea Cafe. Both Final Fantasy themed and both placed in colorful Akihabara.

A few weeks ago we went to Square Enix (I wrote about one of my visits here) to check the new Final Fantasy XIV menu out and the handed us a stamp card, saying that if we got a stamp from Eorzea Cafe before end of June they would give us a little gift. I KNEW that the freebie would be some kind of card/coaster/poster/collectible (I already collect them) but it had been almost a year since our last visit to Eorzea Cafe so we went anyway!

Eorzea is different than Square Enix Cafe Akihabara, I find it more immersive. The store is in other floor and it’s isolated from the street. The menu is a tad bit more extensive than Square Enix Cafe. They also do this little raffle every time in which they give out gifts -the main prize is a huge Moogle honey toast dessert!

The downside to Eorzea is that you have to buy the tickets online (here) and believe me they get sold out pretty fast, specially for weekend slots. On that topic, the stay is limited to two hours.

That being said, the menu is affordable and amazing aesthetically wise (although not extraordinarily delicious as it happens in these kinds of restaurants), the place itself is a dream for Final Fantasy fans, you can try FFXIV on the computers and Playstation in the restaurant,  and with your entry ticket you get a free drink of your choice.

We ordered two drinks (free) and two desserts that were about 700 yen.

In the end, I was right and the little special gift was a shiny, sturdier coaster celebrating the Stormblood expansion for FFXIV!

It was fun coming back to Eorzea and I’m sure it won’t be the last time.

Are you a Final Fantasy fan?

Thank you so much for reading and I hope you enjoy my pictures!




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