Kawaii Monster Café

Jump down the rabbit hole and marvel at the “sweets-go-round” as you are served rainbow-coloured food and drink by the fabulous MONSTER GIRLS.

Imagine all of the exciting, colourful and wacky culture of Harajuku captured in one café, with just a sprinkling of Alice in Wonderland and a smidgen of Willy Wonka. Welcome to the KAWAII MONSTER CAFÉ! (caps obligatory).

The restaurant is divided into four unique areas: Mushroom Disco, Milk Stand, Bar Experiment and Mel-Tea Room, each with wild decorations and designs by pop icon Kyary Pamyu Pamyu's art director, Sebastian Masuda. It would be pointless to attempt to explain the madness any further: seeing is believing. The KAWAII MONSTER CAFE is everything you could possibly want from Harajuku!

Kawaii Monster Café

located in Tokyo

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