- An official “Harry Potter” cafe is opening in Tokyo, and it will be offering fans a plethora of themed food menus, beverages and Hogwarts-inspired decor.
- Menu items will include sandwiches, fruit-flavored drinks and desserts with the choice of Gryffindor, Slytherin, Hufflepuff or Ravenclaw themes.
- The cafe is expected to have its soft opening from June 17 to July 7, and is located on the first floor of the Akasaka Biz Tower.
To celebrate the success of the Harry Potter IP in the Japanese market, an official Harry Potter cafe is opening in Tokyo featuring wizard-themed food menus and souvenirs.
Located on the first floor of the Akasaka Biz Tower, the cafe will be holding its soft opening from June 17 to July 7. The cafe’s website recommends that patrons arrive with advanced reservations to obtain priority entry.
The Harry Potter cafe, featuring a Hogwarts-inspired exterior and interior design, will offer themed food and drink menus and souvenirs. Individuals will be limited to three of each souvenir item, including glass mugs priced at 2,000 yen (approximately $15), spoons for 600 yen (approximately $4.50) and placemats for 1,450 yen (approximately $10.50).
On the cafe’s menu, guests will have the option to choose food items from a Gryffindor, Slytherin, Hufflepuff or Ravenclaw house theme. One item featured on the menu is a 1,600 yen (approximately $11.85) “Hogwarts Cheese Toasty,” where the sandwich’s ingredients vary by the chosen Harry Potter house. The Gryffindor sandwiches are made with beef and onion while the Slytherin option includes salmon and spinach.
Non-alcoholic cocktail beverages on the menu include “Wingardium Leviosa” and “Herbivicus,” which are listed at 1,200 yen (approximately $8.89), while desserts include picture-worthy artistic options such as the Hedwig cake and Eton Mess Goblet at 1,400 yen (approximately $10.37) and 1,300 yen (approximately $9.63), respectively.
Feature Image via Harry Potter Cafe