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In the Name of the Moon, a Sailor Moon Pop-Up Café Is Coming

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The sailor moon pop-up café in Osaka, Japan, is only open until Valentine’s Day, February 14

The menu features a Sailor Moon specialty: “Usagi’s Not-So-Well-Made Rice Omelette.”

Tickets for the Sailor Moon pop-up café in New York City are already sold out — but there’s a second Sailor Moon café headed to Osaka, Japan, that will allow all diehard fans of the celestial 90’s girl group to relive the magic.

The Sailor Moon Crystal Café pop-up, which will open at the Anion Station café in Osaka, will celebrate the Sailor Scouts —plus the talking cats, Luna and Artemis — with specially created food and drinks, and merchandise.

Dishes will include “Usagi’s Not-So-Well-Made Rice Omelette,” a nod to Sailor Moon’s clumsiness and impatience, especially when it comes to food, and Crystal Star Pancakes that take the shape of Sailor Moon’s crystal compact that helps her put her justice-seeking, crime-fighting outfit together.

Like any good pop-up that aims to capitalize on nostalgia, the café will also offer a number of collectible Sailor Moon-themed goods to buy, like travel mugs with Serena and Rini and a “towel-style muffler,” according to RocketNews24.

The café is only open now through February 14, and reservations must be made in advance, so move quickly.


In the Name of the Moon, a Sailor Moon Pop-Up Café Is Coming - Recipes

My favorite items on offer were the giant hedgehog-shaped cushions! everything was reasonably priced with most items being between 700 and 2,000yen. I also loved how most of the items were made from natural materials like cotton and wood, as the cafe/gallery was so close to the park, the whole ambiance of the event had a very natural feeling, especially with the color pallet being mostly beige and hues.
A nice little surprise was the artist was actually at the event and signing post cards with every purchase! I showed him a picture of my hedgehog, Bottchan, and he drew this delightful little sketch!

The cafe itself was also very kitsch and had a very homely feel, serving us tea with a little hedgehog printed biscuit and coaster! The staff were very friendly and I noticed the tea pot and utensils they used were pretty traditional and Showa-era looking. The Terrace cafe isn't far from the studio Ghibli museum, so they played Ghibli melodies from the movies and there were some characters decorations peppered around the walls and tables, along with home made decorations and plushies.

Although this is a temporary collaboration, I feel as though Yushi will come back frequently to showcase his art, so please check their Instagram and Twitter for more information! The cafe itself was very unique, if you are in the Kichijoji area I recommend checking it out even if there isn't a collaboration event running at the time.

My favorite purchase of the day was this glittery snow globe phone case, when you shake it little glittery stars dance around inside, like a real snow globe! Yushi is selling his goods online, so if you are a fan of hedgehogs or Japanese indie artists, please check him out!
I feel as though it is much harder for Japanese artists to promote themselves overseas due to the language barrier and the fact most of them do not have a facebook or Instagram and instead favor Twitter. Let's do our best to spread the word!

You can find Yushi on IG - uchador

Also his personal website - www.u2que.com


In the Name of the Moon, a Sailor Moon Pop-Up Café Is Coming - Recipes

My favorite items on offer were the giant hedgehog-shaped cushions! everything was reasonably priced with most items being between 700 and 2,000yen. I also loved how most of the items were made from natural materials like cotton and wood, as the cafe/gallery was so close to the park, the whole ambiance of the event had a very natural feeling, especially with the color pallet being mostly beige and hues.
A nice little surprise was the artist was actually at the event and signing post cards with every purchase! I showed him a picture of my hedgehog, Bottchan, and he drew this delightful little sketch!

The cafe itself was also very kitsch and had a very homely feel, serving us tea with a little hedgehog printed biscuit and coaster! The staff were very friendly and I noticed the tea pot and utensils they used were pretty traditional and Showa-era looking. The Terrace cafe isn't far from the studio Ghibli museum, so they played Ghibli melodies from the movies and there were some characters decorations peppered around the walls and tables, along with home made decorations and plushies.

Although this is a temporary collaboration, I feel as though Yushi will come back frequently to showcase his art, so please check their Instagram and Twitter for more information! The cafe itself was very unique, if you are in the Kichijoji area I recommend checking it out even if there isn't a collaboration event running at the time.

My favorite purchase of the day was this glittery snow globe phone case, when you shake it little glittery stars dance around inside, like a real snow globe! Yushi is selling his goods online, so if you are a fan of hedgehogs or Japanese indie artists, please check him out!
I feel as though it is much harder for Japanese artists to promote themselves overseas due to the language barrier and the fact most of them do not have a facebook or Instagram and instead favor Twitter. Let's do our best to spread the word!

You can find Yushi on IG - uchador

Also his personal website - www.u2que.com


In the Name of the Moon, a Sailor Moon Pop-Up Café Is Coming - Recipes

My favorite items on offer were the giant hedgehog-shaped cushions! everything was reasonably priced with most items being between 700 and 2,000yen. I also loved how most of the items were made from natural materials like cotton and wood, as the cafe/gallery was so close to the park, the whole ambiance of the event had a very natural feeling, especially with the color pallet being mostly beige and hues.
A nice little surprise was the artist was actually at the event and signing post cards with every purchase! I showed him a picture of my hedgehog, Bottchan, and he drew this delightful little sketch!

The cafe itself was also very kitsch and had a very homely feel, serving us tea with a little hedgehog printed biscuit and coaster! The staff were very friendly and I noticed the tea pot and utensils they used were pretty traditional and Showa-era looking. The Terrace cafe isn't far from the studio Ghibli museum, so they played Ghibli melodies from the movies and there were some characters decorations peppered around the walls and tables, along with home made decorations and plushies.

Although this is a temporary collaboration, I feel as though Yushi will come back frequently to showcase his art, so please check their Instagram and Twitter for more information! The cafe itself was very unique, if you are in the Kichijoji area I recommend checking it out even if there isn't a collaboration event running at the time.

My favorite purchase of the day was this glittery snow globe phone case, when you shake it little glittery stars dance around inside, like a real snow globe! Yushi is selling his goods online, so if you are a fan of hedgehogs or Japanese indie artists, please check him out!
I feel as though it is much harder for Japanese artists to promote themselves overseas due to the language barrier and the fact most of them do not have a facebook or Instagram and instead favor Twitter. Let's do our best to spread the word!

You can find Yushi on IG - uchador

Also his personal website - www.u2que.com


In the Name of the Moon, a Sailor Moon Pop-Up Café Is Coming - Recipes

My favorite items on offer were the giant hedgehog-shaped cushions! everything was reasonably priced with most items being between 700 and 2,000yen. I also loved how most of the items were made from natural materials like cotton and wood, as the cafe/gallery was so close to the park, the whole ambiance of the event had a very natural feeling, especially with the color pallet being mostly beige and hues.
A nice little surprise was the artist was actually at the event and signing post cards with every purchase! I showed him a picture of my hedgehog, Bottchan, and he drew this delightful little sketch!

The cafe itself was also very kitsch and had a very homely feel, serving us tea with a little hedgehog printed biscuit and coaster! The staff were very friendly and I noticed the tea pot and utensils they used were pretty traditional and Showa-era looking. The Terrace cafe isn't far from the studio Ghibli museum, so they played Ghibli melodies from the movies and there were some characters decorations peppered around the walls and tables, along with home made decorations and plushies.

Although this is a temporary collaboration, I feel as though Yushi will come back frequently to showcase his art, so please check their Instagram and Twitter for more information! The cafe itself was very unique, if you are in the Kichijoji area I recommend checking it out even if there isn't a collaboration event running at the time.

My favorite purchase of the day was this glittery snow globe phone case, when you shake it little glittery stars dance around inside, like a real snow globe! Yushi is selling his goods online, so if you are a fan of hedgehogs or Japanese indie artists, please check him out!
I feel as though it is much harder for Japanese artists to promote themselves overseas due to the language barrier and the fact most of them do not have a facebook or Instagram and instead favor Twitter. Let's do our best to spread the word!

You can find Yushi on IG - uchador

Also his personal website - www.u2que.com


In the Name of the Moon, a Sailor Moon Pop-Up Café Is Coming - Recipes

My favorite items on offer were the giant hedgehog-shaped cushions! everything was reasonably priced with most items being between 700 and 2,000yen. I also loved how most of the items were made from natural materials like cotton and wood, as the cafe/gallery was so close to the park, the whole ambiance of the event had a very natural feeling, especially with the color pallet being mostly beige and hues.
A nice little surprise was the artist was actually at the event and signing post cards with every purchase! I showed him a picture of my hedgehog, Bottchan, and he drew this delightful little sketch!

The cafe itself was also very kitsch and had a very homely feel, serving us tea with a little hedgehog printed biscuit and coaster! The staff were very friendly and I noticed the tea pot and utensils they used were pretty traditional and Showa-era looking. The Terrace cafe isn't far from the studio Ghibli museum, so they played Ghibli melodies from the movies and there were some characters decorations peppered around the walls and tables, along with home made decorations and plushies.

Although this is a temporary collaboration, I feel as though Yushi will come back frequently to showcase his art, so please check their Instagram and Twitter for more information! The cafe itself was very unique, if you are in the Kichijoji area I recommend checking it out even if there isn't a collaboration event running at the time.

My favorite purchase of the day was this glittery snow globe phone case, when you shake it little glittery stars dance around inside, like a real snow globe! Yushi is selling his goods online, so if you are a fan of hedgehogs or Japanese indie artists, please check him out!
I feel as though it is much harder for Japanese artists to promote themselves overseas due to the language barrier and the fact most of them do not have a facebook or Instagram and instead favor Twitter. Let's do our best to spread the word!

You can find Yushi on IG - uchador

Also his personal website - www.u2que.com


In the Name of the Moon, a Sailor Moon Pop-Up Café Is Coming - Recipes

My favorite items on offer were the giant hedgehog-shaped cushions! everything was reasonably priced with most items being between 700 and 2,000yen. I also loved how most of the items were made from natural materials like cotton and wood, as the cafe/gallery was so close to the park, the whole ambiance of the event had a very natural feeling, especially with the color pallet being mostly beige and hues.
A nice little surprise was the artist was actually at the event and signing post cards with every purchase! I showed him a picture of my hedgehog, Bottchan, and he drew this delightful little sketch!

The cafe itself was also very kitsch and had a very homely feel, serving us tea with a little hedgehog printed biscuit and coaster! The staff were very friendly and I noticed the tea pot and utensils they used were pretty traditional and Showa-era looking. The Terrace cafe isn't far from the studio Ghibli museum, so they played Ghibli melodies from the movies and there were some characters decorations peppered around the walls and tables, along with home made decorations and plushies.

Although this is a temporary collaboration, I feel as though Yushi will come back frequently to showcase his art, so please check their Instagram and Twitter for more information! The cafe itself was very unique, if you are in the Kichijoji area I recommend checking it out even if there isn't a collaboration event running at the time.

My favorite purchase of the day was this glittery snow globe phone case, when you shake it little glittery stars dance around inside, like a real snow globe! Yushi is selling his goods online, so if you are a fan of hedgehogs or Japanese indie artists, please check him out!
I feel as though it is much harder for Japanese artists to promote themselves overseas due to the language barrier and the fact most of them do not have a facebook or Instagram and instead favor Twitter. Let's do our best to spread the word!

You can find Yushi on IG - uchador

Also his personal website - www.u2que.com


In the Name of the Moon, a Sailor Moon Pop-Up Café Is Coming - Recipes

My favorite items on offer were the giant hedgehog-shaped cushions! everything was reasonably priced with most items being between 700 and 2,000yen. I also loved how most of the items were made from natural materials like cotton and wood, as the cafe/gallery was so close to the park, the whole ambiance of the event had a very natural feeling, especially with the color pallet being mostly beige and hues.
A nice little surprise was the artist was actually at the event and signing post cards with every purchase! I showed him a picture of my hedgehog, Bottchan, and he drew this delightful little sketch!

The cafe itself was also very kitsch and had a very homely feel, serving us tea with a little hedgehog printed biscuit and coaster! The staff were very friendly and I noticed the tea pot and utensils they used were pretty traditional and Showa-era looking. The Terrace cafe isn't far from the studio Ghibli museum, so they played Ghibli melodies from the movies and there were some characters decorations peppered around the walls and tables, along with home made decorations and plushies.

Although this is a temporary collaboration, I feel as though Yushi will come back frequently to showcase his art, so please check their Instagram and Twitter for more information! The cafe itself was very unique, if you are in the Kichijoji area I recommend checking it out even if there isn't a collaboration event running at the time.

My favorite purchase of the day was this glittery snow globe phone case, when you shake it little glittery stars dance around inside, like a real snow globe! Yushi is selling his goods online, so if you are a fan of hedgehogs or Japanese indie artists, please check him out!
I feel as though it is much harder for Japanese artists to promote themselves overseas due to the language barrier and the fact most of them do not have a facebook or Instagram and instead favor Twitter. Let's do our best to spread the word!

You can find Yushi on IG - uchador

Also his personal website - www.u2que.com


In the Name of the Moon, a Sailor Moon Pop-Up Café Is Coming - Recipes

My favorite items on offer were the giant hedgehog-shaped cushions! everything was reasonably priced with most items being between 700 and 2,000yen. I also loved how most of the items were made from natural materials like cotton and wood, as the cafe/gallery was so close to the park, the whole ambiance of the event had a very natural feeling, especially with the color pallet being mostly beige and hues.
A nice little surprise was the artist was actually at the event and signing post cards with every purchase! I showed him a picture of my hedgehog, Bottchan, and he drew this delightful little sketch!

The cafe itself was also very kitsch and had a very homely feel, serving us tea with a little hedgehog printed biscuit and coaster! The staff were very friendly and I noticed the tea pot and utensils they used were pretty traditional and Showa-era looking. The Terrace cafe isn't far from the studio Ghibli museum, so they played Ghibli melodies from the movies and there were some characters decorations peppered around the walls and tables, along with home made decorations and plushies.

Although this is a temporary collaboration, I feel as though Yushi will come back frequently to showcase his art, so please check their Instagram and Twitter for more information! The cafe itself was very unique, if you are in the Kichijoji area I recommend checking it out even if there isn't a collaboration event running at the time.

My favorite purchase of the day was this glittery snow globe phone case, when you shake it little glittery stars dance around inside, like a real snow globe! Yushi is selling his goods online, so if you are a fan of hedgehogs or Japanese indie artists, please check him out!
I feel as though it is much harder for Japanese artists to promote themselves overseas due to the language barrier and the fact most of them do not have a facebook or Instagram and instead favor Twitter. Let's do our best to spread the word!

You can find Yushi on IG - uchador

Also his personal website - www.u2que.com


In the Name of the Moon, a Sailor Moon Pop-Up Café Is Coming - Recipes

My favorite items on offer were the giant hedgehog-shaped cushions! everything was reasonably priced with most items being between 700 and 2,000yen. I also loved how most of the items were made from natural materials like cotton and wood, as the cafe/gallery was so close to the park, the whole ambiance of the event had a very natural feeling, especially with the color pallet being mostly beige and hues.
A nice little surprise was the artist was actually at the event and signing post cards with every purchase! I showed him a picture of my hedgehog, Bottchan, and he drew this delightful little sketch!

The cafe itself was also very kitsch and had a very homely feel, serving us tea with a little hedgehog printed biscuit and coaster! The staff were very friendly and I noticed the tea pot and utensils they used were pretty traditional and Showa-era looking. The Terrace cafe isn't far from the studio Ghibli museum, so they played Ghibli melodies from the movies and there were some characters decorations peppered around the walls and tables, along with home made decorations and plushies.

Although this is a temporary collaboration, I feel as though Yushi will come back frequently to showcase his art, so please check their Instagram and Twitter for more information! The cafe itself was very unique, if you are in the Kichijoji area I recommend checking it out even if there isn't a collaboration event running at the time.

My favorite purchase of the day was this glittery snow globe phone case, when you shake it little glittery stars dance around inside, like a real snow globe! Yushi is selling his goods online, so if you are a fan of hedgehogs or Japanese indie artists, please check him out!
I feel as though it is much harder for Japanese artists to promote themselves overseas due to the language barrier and the fact most of them do not have a facebook or Instagram and instead favor Twitter. Let's do our best to spread the word!

You can find Yushi on IG - uchador

Also his personal website - www.u2que.com


In the Name of the Moon, a Sailor Moon Pop-Up Café Is Coming - Recipes

My favorite items on offer were the giant hedgehog-shaped cushions! everything was reasonably priced with most items being between 700 and 2,000yen. I also loved how most of the items were made from natural materials like cotton and wood, as the cafe/gallery was so close to the park, the whole ambiance of the event had a very natural feeling, especially with the color pallet being mostly beige and hues.
A nice little surprise was the artist was actually at the event and signing post cards with every purchase! I showed him a picture of my hedgehog, Bottchan, and he drew this delightful little sketch!

The cafe itself was also very kitsch and had a very homely feel, serving us tea with a little hedgehog printed biscuit and coaster! The staff were very friendly and I noticed the tea pot and utensils they used were pretty traditional and Showa-era looking. The Terrace cafe isn't far from the studio Ghibli museum, so they played Ghibli melodies from the movies and there were some characters decorations peppered around the walls and tables, along with home made decorations and plushies.

Although this is a temporary collaboration, I feel as though Yushi will come back frequently to showcase his art, so please check their Instagram and Twitter for more information! The cafe itself was very unique, if you are in the Kichijoji area I recommend checking it out even if there isn't a collaboration event running at the time.

My favorite purchase of the day was this glittery snow globe phone case, when you shake it little glittery stars dance around inside, like a real snow globe! Yushi is selling his goods online, so if you are a fan of hedgehogs or Japanese indie artists, please check him out!
I feel as though it is much harder for Japanese artists to promote themselves overseas due to the language barrier and the fact most of them do not have a facebook or Instagram and instead favor Twitter. Let's do our best to spread the word!

You can find Yushi on IG - uchador

Also his personal website - www.u2que.com


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