Limited Time Winnie The Pooh Café Is Now Open In Shinjuku Till June

Disney fans! You’ll be interested in checking out this special-occasion Winnie the Pooh Cafe that’s opening within the Shinjuku’s Odakyu department shop. The cafe has been open since April 20.

This menu that features seven drinks and six meals based on the animated film of the same name, ‘Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Days,’ where a vast storm creates a mess inside the Hundred Acre Wood.

Winnie The Pooh Menu Is Not Only Visually Appealing But Also Taste Excellent!



The food is undoubtedly vibrant and delicious, like this blue bagel that is filled with beans and avocado. It’s got a scared Piglet who is sailing away on the water (¥1,859).



However, the deli-style dish recreates the scene in which Pooh defends his beloved little honey from the ravages of time. The small pots on this plate contain tofu and an edamame-corn salad, and an ice cream (¥1,639).



This sandwich of chicken and tomato (¥1,639) reproduces the signboard for Piglet’s home, which is where Owl moved in after the hurricane destroyed its house.

Winnie the pooh cafe japan shinjuku

This milk-concoction (¥1,419) illustrates the scene in which Kanga, Roo, Tigger, and Rabbit are on a boat to Robin’s house.

Winnie the pooh cafe japan shinjuku

If you add the ¥1,320 amount to the drink, you’ll get one of the four Winnie the Pooh water-absorbent coasters.

Winnie the pooh cafe japan shinjuku

The cafe will also have an area for souvenirs in which you can shop for keyholders, magnets, towels, bags, aprons, cushions, and many more. You’ll get a sweet paper bag with Winnie the Pooh once you spend more than ¥3,850.

The cafe will be only open beginning April 20 through June 19. If you make reservations in the prior booking (¥715 for each person), you will get access to the cafe as a priority and receive an adorable Winnie the Pooh charm for no cost.

 

Source: TimeOut Tokyo

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