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Kawaii Monster Cafe in Harajuku, Tokyo, opened in the summer of 2015 under the concept of "swallowing everything around the fashion mecca like a monster"!
The cafe was born as a creation of the widely acclaimed modern art designer, Sebastian Masuda, who fascinates the world with his peculiar take on "kawaii" (cuteness).
Having previously worked on the music videos of the famous J-pop star Kyary Pamyu Pamyu, Sebastian Masuda incorporated his edgy vision of art and fashion into a flashy, colorful interior that suits the concept of engulfing the trendiest urban cultures in Tokyo.
Visitors enter the Kawaii Monster Cafe through the mouth of a giant monster and find themselves inside a gaudy space of glitter, clashing colors, and unique design.
Lovers of contemporary pop-art will be thrilled to discover edgy installations such as the cake-shaped merry-go-round, and will continue to explore the different areas of this crazy cafe:
- Mushroom Disco: a space in which giant poisonous mushrooms coexist with colorful candies as part of the interior
- Milk Stand: where cute but slightly twisted figures of animals drink from baby milk bottles
- Bar Experiment: the deep sea world surrounded by glowing jellyfish tentacles
- Mel-Tea Room: where ants lead the guests to melting ice cream and sweets
The food and drinks served here complement the wacky interior and guarantee that guests will have an unforgettable dining experience of fashion and art.
In addition, Kawaii Monster Cafe is home to five mascot Monster Girls whose visual appearance helps create an atmosphere of a fascinating otherworldliness.
They will help the guest find their seat into this labyrinth of colors and shapes, and recommend the best of the artistic menu.
A visit to Kawaii Monster Cafe is strongly recommended for all visitors to Tokyo who wish to experience something extraordinary while acquainting themselves with the latest trends in Harajuku's urban pop-culture and fashion.
Weekdays: 13:00, 15:00
Saturday: 12:30, 14:00, 15:30, 18:30, 20:00, 21:30
Sunday, Holidays: 12:30, 14:00, 15:30, 17:00, 18:30
Kawaii Monster Cafe, Harajuku