Tokyo Restaurant to Feature Live Sailor Moon Show for Anime Fanatics

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The Land of the Rising Sun is home to some of the world’s most iconic animation shows and manga characters that are definitely well-loved by hundreds of thousands of anime enthusiasts across the globe. Over the years, these animes gained tremendous popularity not only in Japan but also on a universal scale.


One of the most popular and longest running anime series in Japan is Sailor Moon. Ever since it premiered on national television, it captivated the hearts of many fanatics worldwide. Both kids and young at hearts are drawn to the show’s magical world.


Due to its global success, numerous cafes and foods shops in Japan adopted Sailor moon-inspired themes to stimulate the interest of restaurant goers. However, some of these cafes that used to proliferate in major Japanese cities did not last long as they were not intended to operate on a permanent basis.


Nonetheless, the feminine theme that goes with the Sailor moon animation has always been sought after by many passionate fans who are willing to line up for hours just to grab a bite of a hamburger with a design of Luna, the symbolic black cat of the show’s main protagonist.


This trend prompted the newest eatery known as the “Sailor Moon Shining Moon Tokyo” to establish the first ever Sailor Moon show restaurant in the capital city of Japan particularly in Azabu-juban.

The restaurant is set to open on August 15, 2019 and seeks to feature the real-life settings of some of the most unforgettable scenes in the Sailor Moon anime series. Sailor Moon Shining Moon Tokyo does not only aspire to entice cafe goers in the fantastic and awe inspiring world of Sailor Moon but also aims to offer a wide selection of menu items and exclusive merchandise that caters to anime enthusiasts and Sailor Moon fanatics.


Reference: World’s first Sailor Moon ‘show restaurant’ coming to Tokyo


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