New Sailor Moon Cafe menu items coming to Tokyo, plus a range of dessert-themed anime props


Something to wear, something to eat and something to wear that looks like something to eat, all for fans of anime’s most famous magical girl team.

from Japan Q-pot is best known as an accessory maker, but he also has his fingers in another pie as he leads the feminine style Q-pot coffee in that of Tokyo chic Kita Aoyama district. The double-sided trade in fashion and food makes perfect sense, however, since Q-pot’s necklace, ring, and charm designs tend to have a dessert motif that makes them look pretty good to eat. .

The company’s crossover spirit has also manifested itself in collaborations with hit anime Sailor moon. Following on from last year’s Sailor Senshi-themed props, Q-pot is doubling down on its partnership with a new line of Sailor Moon drinks and desserts at Q-pot Cafe as well as fashion items at jewelry retailers.

Between June 30 and August 17, Q-pot Café customers will be able to order the Cosmic Heart Macarons Plate, which costs 3,900 yen (US $ 35), but comes with a few cool extras.

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Not only do you keep the illustrated heart-shaped plate on which it is served …

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… you also have the choice between two special drinks, either the Moon Fairy Tea Gift (which has white ingredients for Artemis, darker ingredients for Luna, and ends up in Diana’s shadow when mixed)…

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… or the Rainbow Moon Heartache Soda.

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Chibi Moon is also getting a lead role on the menu with the Perfect pink sugar heart, modeled on his Pink Moon Stick.

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While you can’t take the drink home with you, the special coaster that comes with the 2,500 yen parfait is yours, and one of the drink specials is included in the set as well.

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The above desserts are offered daily, but if you’re an Outer Senshi fan, you’ll want to make sure to visit the cafe on a weekday, when platters of pralines honoring sailors Uranus, Neptune, Pluto, and Saturn. are available (all 2,200 yen and including one of the drink specials plus a coaster).

?? Uranus Chocolate Praline Marin Plate (available from June 30 to July 14)

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?? Sailor Praline Chocolate Neptune Plate (available from July 15 to August 1)

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?? Sailor Pluto & Saturn Chocolate Praline Plate (available from August 2 to August 17)

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There are also a number of items that can be purchased to take home and enjoy later.

The 750 yen Sailor Planet milk tea mousse is, inexplicably, the only place Sailor Jupiter appears in the café lineup.

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?? Chibi-Usa cookies (1,728 yen)

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?? Luna’s Star Candy (1,026 yen)

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And finally, the Moon Fairy Mug Gift (3,024 yen)

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â–¼ This handle looks more like an “a” than a “Q”, but it’s cute anyway.

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If you’d rather have something to wear than something to eat, The new range of Q-pot Sailor moon candy themed accessories include rings, bag charms and necklaces, with prices ranging from 6,300 to 28,000 yen, depending on the piece, and with every sailor (and cat) depicted in one form or another.

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The entire collection of accessories can be seen here, and reservations for the Q-pot café (which are required) can be made here.

Restaurant information
Q-pot coffee
Address: Tokyo-to, Minato-ku, Kita Aoyama 3-10-2
東京 都 港区 北 青山 3-10-2
Open from 11:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.

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Source: Q-pot (1, 2)
Top image: Q-pot (1, 2, 3) (edited by RocketNews24)
Insert images: Q-pot (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6) (edited by RocketNews24)


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