There was a 500 yen entrance fee, and because it was Spring Vacation, only a special set menu was being offered. Ranging from 2000 yen to 2600 yen, the meals included a salad, entree, drink, and dessert. Yes, pretty pricey, especially since the kids had to order from the same menu, but we knew we were also paying for a unique experience.
As soon as you step in, it's like walking into some kind of wonderland. You immediately see a huge "Sweets Go Round" spinning cake / stage, and the restaurant is divided into 4 colorful, dazzling, and whimsical areas: Mushroom Disco, Milk Stand, Bar Experiment, and Mel-Tea Room.
|Sweets Go Round|
Monster Girls are there to greet guests and for photo ops.
|Colorful Rainbow Pasta - Painter Five Colorful Sauce|
|Colorful Pop Burger Green Man Monster Set|
|Teriyaki Chicken Bowl Set|
|Vanilla Ice Cream|
We upgraded one of the drinks, as well as two of the desserts,
|Non-druggy Cocktail Experiment|
|Colorful Poisson Cake (Chemical)|
|Pink Cat Food|
At certain times of the day, the Monster Girls perform on the Sweets Go Round. You can buy a lollipop for 500 yen to get a chance to go on the Sweets Go Round and take photos with the Monster Girls, but we were fine just watching from the floor and taking photos of them on the stage versus with them on the stage.
A visit to Kawaii Monster Cafe is definitely a fun experience!
Kawaii Monster Cafe
Japan, 〒150-0001 東京都渋谷区 神宮前４丁目３１−１０ YM スクエア 4F