Sailor Moon Crystal themed cafe has opened in Namco ANION STATION on April 6th to celebrate the TV broadcast of the anime series! Beside the original Sailor Moon themed food and drinks, visitors will be able to enjoy Sailor Moon anime series played on the 360 degree screen as well as Sailor Moon music. On top of this, live public viewing of TV broadcast is held on Mondays. The cafe is open only for 31 days until May 6th.
The most important thing you need to know about this cafe, if you’re planning to go, is that an advance booking is required via online. Date and time are fixed and each slot only allows 90-min stay except for one slot on Monday night. Every Monday is “Sailor Moon Crystal special day” and the opening hour is extended until midnight for live viewing of the broadcast starting 11pm. To join the live public viewing on Mondays, you need to book Monday 9:30 pm slot!
Sailor Moon Crystal in Namco ANION STATION
April 6- May 6, 2015
Monday / 11:00 – 24:00 (Sailor Moon Crystal special day!)
Tuesday – Friday / 15:30 – 21:00
Saturday and Sunday / 11:00 – 21:00
April 29, May 2-6 / 11:00 – 23:00
5 min walk from JR Shinjuku station East exit.
Brick Bld(Burikku biru) B1
1-17-10 Kabukicho Shinjuku, Tokyo
Original menu for Sailor Moon Crystal cafe
Food: 1000 yen each
Drinks: 700 yen each
*Alcoholic beverages are not served during Sailor Moon Crystal cafe period.
*Credit card is not accepeted.
*The official website and the booking page is available only in Japanese.
Namco ANION STATION
Namco ANION STATION is an anime song(ani-son)-themed party cafe and bar located in Kabukicho district in Shinjuku, Tokyo. The concept of the cafe is an “imaginary public radio station” where visitors can engage in choosing songs and remixes through the Anion Djs and Anion Cheers. They do collaborations with anime show and artists on a regular basis.
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