KAWAII MONSTER CAFE

Just opened in 2015 in Harajuku, a fashion hub introducing the latest trends, this cafe is like a theme park that converted the KAWAII, or cute, culture into real life. Since the cafe is produced by Sebastian Masuda, a well-known art director of music videos for Kyary Pamyu Pamyu (popular artist within and outside of Japan), it is the right place to come in touch with the latest Japanese pop culture. You can sit and relax at one of the four colorful areas. Each area is like a scene out of a fantasy or Sci-Fi movie.

Address
4F YM Square Bldg., 4-31-10 Jingumae, Shibuya, Tokyo
Contact No.
+81-3-5413-6142
Access
1-min walk from Exit 5, Meiji-jingumae Station on Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line, 5-min walk from Omotesando Exit, Harajuku Station on JR
Opening Hours / Holidays
Weekdays and Saturday
Lunch from 11:30-16:30 (last entry 15:30, last order 16:00, 90-min limit)
Dinner from 18:00-22:30 (last order 22:00)

Sunday and public holidays
11:00-20:00 (last order 19:30)
*Business hours may vary seasonally and when the restaurant is busy.
Official Website
http://kawaiimonster.jp/

※ Some information is displayed in Japanese and machine-translated English, which may not be accurate.
For the latest information, please check the official website for each spot.

Monster Girls

Five “Monster Girls” guide you through the cafe. Each girl is dressed based on a concept like DOLLY, BABY, CRAZY, and some can speak English, so you don’t need to worry. Some staff can speak Chinese and Korean too!

Colorful Rainbow Pasta (Painter) Dip

This peperoncino fresh pasta was created from the idea “What would happen if we painted inside our mouths with pasta?” It is eaten with five kinds of dips that look like paint (1,300 yen).

Chocolate chicken, more, amore

A combination of crispy grilled chicken and chocolate sauce, which is seasoned with spices and goes surprisingly well with the chicken. The bar of chocolate on the side is a dessert (950 yen).

KAWAII MONSTER CAFE

Just opened in 2015 in Harajuku, a fashion hub introducing the latest trends, this cafe is like a theme park that converted the KAWAII, or cute, culture into real life. Since the cafe is produced by Sebastian Masuda, a well-known art director of music videos for Kyary Pamyu Pamyu (popular artist within and outside of Japan), it is the right place to come in touch with the latest Japanese pop culture. You can sit and relax at one of the four colorful areas. Each area is like a scene out of a fantasy or Sci-Fi movie.

※ Some information is displayed in Japanese and machine-translated English, which may not be accurate.
For the latest information, please check the official website for each spot.

Monster Girls

Five “Monster Girls” guide you through the cafe. Each girl is dressed based on a concept like DOLLY, BABY, CRAZY, and some can speak English, so you don’t need to worry. Some staff can speak Chinese and Korean too!

Colorful Rainbow Pasta (Painter) Dip

This peperoncino fresh pasta was created from the idea “What would happen if we painted inside our mouths with pasta?” It is eaten with five kinds of dips that look like paint (1,300 yen).

Chocolate chicken, more, amore

A combination of crispy grilled chicken and chocolate sauce, which is seasoned with spices and goes surprisingly well with the chicken. The bar of chocolate on the side is a dessert (950 yen).

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