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#44 of 554 Cafe in Shibuya
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Reviewed September 11, 2020 via mobile

The popcorn drink was so unusual yet so satisfying. I'm very picky with beverages, the pickiest person I know yet this was delicious as was the teriyaki chicken. Service was okay and the cafe itself is very wacky and unusual. It's expensive so beware!

Date of visit: October 2019
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Reviewed August 27, 2020

I saw this cafe all over the internet and definitely wanted to visit whilst we were in Harajuku. The cafe itself is so unique and the decor is insane. It was such a unique incredible experience. On the hour there was a show which was...crazy and we really enjoyed that. I would say the food was not great tasting though. We ordered burgers and although they looked very good unfortunately they did not taste so good. I would recommend getting a cake and drink instead.More

Date of visit: October 2019
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Reviewed August 15, 2020

The pictures don't lie. This place is amazing. You can walk around and experience every room. There is a different theme for each room. Why, even the bathrooms are deliciously decorated. I just wouldn't recommend eating here since everything seems to be embellished with food...dye. Your reservation comes complete with a show. If you pay extra, you can take pictures with the girls at the end of the show. Our visit was before the pandemic so no masks or hand sanitizer were required.More

Date of visit: November 2019
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Reviewed May 24, 2020

My partner and I visited after we purchased a voucher on Voyagin (9,000 YEN). The voucher came with a reserved table very close to the stage, all you can drink and a meal to share (Salmon Carpaccio, Mini Burgers with fries, Colorful Rainbow Pasta). Service...was great from arriving to leaving. Their is an extensive menu but we didn't order any extras just what was included with our voucher - it was tasty but nothing spectacular, we did enjoy the novelty behind the creation of each dish. For example the pasta carbonara dish was rainbow in colour. They had another extensive menu for drinks (alcoholic and non-alcoholic) but we only chose from the drink menu that was included in our package. As soon as you walk in it was a wow factor. It was definitely something I do not see everyday with the bright lights, vivid colours and loud music. The entertainment matched it - burlesque night. It was an adults night but can be suitable for families dependent on day/ time you go. All in all a positive one off experience. What you see is what you get with all of the photos that have already been posted on Trip Advisor.More

Date of visit: February 2020
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Reviewed April 13, 2020

We visited during the week in the afternoon. It was quiet and we walked in during one of the shows so we got a great seat. As we were a couple we got sat in a seat at the back (still had a view of...the show) and I understand you have to pay for a booth. Our food came out separately which was a bit strange but we were enjoying our drinks and atmosphere so it didn't really matter. The shows were about every half hour, and people do stand up and walk over to watch them, so it doesn't really matter where you are sat. You can take photos with the monster and cast after the show which is great! The food was just alright but the presentation was great!!! And the drinks are amazing to look at. You have to order one food and drink item per person. You can walk around and take photos after you have eaten so you can explore all the weird and wonderful stuff on the walls and ceiling. Definitely go, it's a bit pricey but all part of the crazy harajuku experience. It completely made our trip to harajuku!More

Date of visit: November 2019
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Reviewed March 3, 2020 via mobile

Worth the visit with kids or friends - The Design of the place is 100% worth the look/experience- cute fun girls that dance and take pics - roaming LifeSize monsters! Don’t go for the food - but a drink or shake + cake is all...you will want! The burger looked great for the gram but was not great - ramen was gross - cakes looked cool but were some of the sweetest things I’ve eaten in my life - see the picsMore

Date of visit: December 2019
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Reviewed February 17, 2020

Went in for a funny drink, left with a reservation for the next burlesque show. The place is as weird and entertaining as you'd expect, and the burlesque show was one of the highlights of our trip. The staff is so friendly and so are...the artists - they even take pictures with you. Make sure you understand what you're going to spend - there's an entrance fee + a compulsory drink per person + a compulsory food order per table. Cocktails are not really special, they might taste very bland if you're from Europe, but desserts are so much fun (it's all meant to be weird and funny, so don't expect elaborate food). We only tried the chips as savory food, they come with a rainbow of dips. Honestly, food is not the selling point of the place, we still had a great time. The Burlesque night had special tickets: we paid approximately 20 dollars per person that included entry, 1 drink and a complimentary shot at the end of the show. They had 5 different performances and a final round of dance when people were invited on stage (a giant revolving cake). Absolutely worth it! (I really feel lile I should stress this out: don't be intimidated by the location or the website, it's a genuinely welcoming place, there were several tourists, there's no dress code, and they do speak at least a little bit of English.)More

Date of visit: February 2020
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Reviewed February 3, 2020 via mobile

We had a pretty good time here, and didn’t take the place too seriously. We arrived just before the show started so we didn’t have to wait around to see it. You do have to pay a ¥500 cover fee to get in and the...food is kind of pricey. The food wasn’t really that great, but we had fun and a nice experience.More

Date of visit: December 2019
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Reviewed January 23, 2020 via mobile

Awful expensive food and horrible drink. Compulsory purchase on top of entry fee. Only one room open. One of the most disappointing experiences of the whole trip.

Date of visit: January 2020
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Reviewed January 20, 2020

Without kids this is a kind of lame experience I could have gone without. The 5 minute show was pretty woeful for adults and as others have already said the fod was overpriced.

Date of visit: January 2020
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RicardoG829
January 26, 2020|
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Response from HulaMN | Reviewed this property |
I think it is only the Burlesque and the Drag nights where children can't go (they are both over 20s only.) The pop culture one is generally marketed as family friendly, though I think everyone pays the same price.
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Tour534721
December 30, 2019|
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Response from HulaMN | Reviewed this property |
I have a photograph of the menu - it is pictures with Japanese writing so can't see exactly. However they do have a couple of salads. I can't see what is actually in them though. To be honest though - the food here really... More
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nfrancis149
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Response from HulaMN | Reviewed this property |
The shows are very regular - around every 90 minutes or so. In the evening the monster show changes - some nights remain family friendly and some are adults only inc burlesque and drag.
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