- Coffee addict. Often hangs around with friends and family for great foods, desserts and cafes.
Other than the ordinary fried chicken, the buffet provides assorted kinds of pasta, soups, bread, and sweets. Alert to beer lovers, the all-you-can-drink beer plan is available yoo! Located at Lalaport Expo City, Osaka since 2015.
Japanese yokai (specters, monsters, spirits, and ghosts) are monsters of the Japanese folklore. Glorious Chain Cafe by DIESEL has decided to make a crossover between Halloween and Japanese yokai for its Halloween special menu. Check it out!
The Lockup restaurant is changing its decor and atmosphere from prison-themed to another level of intensity. Here come the witches serving handmade Halloween cuisine specials for you! Available at all 6 stores in Tokyo, Osaka, Nagoya, Sapporo, Omiya, and Tenjin. Have your Halloween treats while they last!
Donuts are dressed up for Halloween at Mister Donut! The famous donut chain, Mister Donut has released a series of Halloween-themed donuts and some other goodies are available for the set menus!
サーティーワン (Thirty-one) is what the Japanese call Baskin Robbins. Every year Baskin Robbins releases ice cream flavors for Halloween. Do not miss this year's new flavors!
Eggs 'n Things is originally from Hawaii and serves all-day breakfasts. It has many restaurants in Japan. You'll be exciting to learn about their Halloween special menu!
Shiawase means happy in Japanese. So the restaurant's name translate literally into "A Happy Pancake". It has released a Halloween Special pancake dish where you can still be happy during the spooky season leading up to Halloween. Fall ingredients are used for this delicious limited time item!
Halloween is just around the corner and there will be a huge celebration in Tokyo this year also! Butter has released a Halloween special menu for the occasion. What are you waiting for to try it out?
When chocolate meets meat, fireworks are created! There is a newly opened bistro in Nakameguro that serves cacao dishes that can be paired wonderfully well with wine. The atmosphere is perfect for hanging out with friends or going out on a date.
Health drinks or energy drinks are widely used in Japan. You see them in commercials everywhere you go! Feeling tired and losing energy, but confused by the Japanese words written in the packaging of energy drinks? Here is simple information on what to get for an energy boost!