My Melody Sailor Moon Cafe
Anime,  Cafes in Tokyo,  Tokyo

Come see the Limited Edition Sailor Moon Cafe in Ikebukuro, Tokyo.

A new Sailor Moon Cafe in Tokyo? Of course I had to check it out!

Until the 21st of May, The Guest Parco Ikebukuro is holding a super kawaii collaboration cafe! Theme is My Melody meets Sailor Moon, with a heavy dose of candy shop vibes. Welcome to Sailor Moon x My Melody Candy Parlor!

As the name suggest, The Guest cafes always have a “guest” in the form of a limited edition themed collaboration. This time, both Sanrio and Sailor Moon fans will be delighted to see the adorable menu and decor! You don’t have to even know any of them, as long as you enjoy your kawaii with extra sugar.

The menu includes both savory and sweet options. If you’re there for lunch, check the adorable multi-colored sandwiches and pink risotto out. We went for the “Gimmick Cake”,  a banana-flavored cake with hidden chocolates.
My Melody x Sailor Moon Cafe My Melody x Sailor Moon Cafe My Melody x Sailor Moon Cafe
We ordered a “Sailor Moon Cafe Latte” and “Meringue Ice Latte” to drink as well.
My Melody x Sailor Moon Cafe My Melody x Sailor Moon Cafe It wasn’t particularly cheap
but I have to say portions are very generous! We didn’t finish the cake between two people.

Also, as you may probably know, in these kinds of places you pay for “the experience” as well, including the special menu items and all the extra flare 🙂.

Right next to the cafe, the pop up store sells various merchandising items with the same theme.

This cute My Melody and Sailor Moon Cafe closes on the 21st of May so run don’t walk if you don’t wanna miss it! Here’s all the info you might need:

  • Where: The Guest Cafe Parco Ikebukuro, 7th Floor.
  • When: Until May 21st. Open everyday from 10:00 to 22:00. Last order 21:30.
  • How much: prices range from 1000¥ to 2000¥.

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