New Yu-Gi-Oh! Cafe Menu for August

July 26, 2016 at 7:00 am | Posted in Japanese, Other Stuff, Yu-Gi-Oh! | 8 Comments
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The Machida and Sapporo AnimePlaza stores posted their updated Yu-Gi-Oh! Cafe menu yesterday with a mix of new offerings, updated items, and old favorites. (Both locations share the same menu and Yu-Gi-Oh! merchandise.) Let’s see what’s cooking!

Little Yugi gets his own Millennium Puzzle Drink this time around with grapeade, Blue Hawaii syrup, mixed berries, fresh cream, and sponge cake. Also making its debut is Kaito’s hot cocoa with cocoa, fresh cream, and chocolate sauce.

Yugi and Kaito's drinks at the AnimePlaza Yu-Gi-Oh! Cafe

Updated drinks:

  • Yami Yugi – “Millennium Puzzle Drink, Dark Version” – grapeade, Blue Hawaii syrup, seltzer water, mixed berries, fresh cream, sponge cake.
  • Jack – “Blue-Eyes Mountain” – Coffee (Blue Mountain), shortcake.
  • Yuya – “Now The Fun Has Really Begun!” – Melon soda, vanilla ice cream, fresh cream, mini tomato, nata de coco.

Returning drinks:

  • Kaiba – “Burst Stream of Destruction!?” – Blue Curaçao, Calpis (Calpico), Sprite, Ramune sherbet.
  • Jonouchi – “What Can Be Seen But Remains Unseen – Thousand Nose Breath of Friendship” – Orangeade, ginger ale, fresh-cut oranges.
  • Judai – “Gotcha☆ Let’s Duel!” – Strawberry Curaçao, cola, strawberries, apples, fresh cream.
  • Manjome – “Ojamas Have Also Appeared!? Manjome Thunder!” – Chocolate syrup, coffee, milk, banana, Pocky.
  • Yusei – “For Now, I’d Like Some Milk…” – Milk.
  • Yuma – “Kattobing!” – Blue Curaçao, pink grape syrup, Sprite, kiwi, cherry.

For the main course, Number 39: Utopia is happy to introduce its very own dish — “The Bearer of the White Wings of Hope!” Consisting of a Japanese rice omelet, white sauce, mint cherry, and ketchup, this dish looks very much like the center of Utopia’s breastplate.

Number 39 Utopia's omelet rice dish at the AnimePlaza Yu-Gi-Oh! Cafe

Updated main dishes:

  • Anzu – “Anzu’s If You Tell, Then… Burger” – Teriyaki hamburger, mayonnaise
  • Yuya – “Sakaki Family Pancake Act 2” – Hotcakes, fried whitefish, tartar sauce, ketchup, red leaf lettuce.
  • Jack – “Jack Atlas’ Deluxe Synchro Lunchbox (Revised)” – Rice, frankfurters, salmon, french fries, meatballs, fried prawns, hamburger, sausage, octopus, lettuce.

Returning main dishes:

  • Duel Academia – “Duel Academia’s Deluxe Draw Bread” – Bread, fried egg, lettuce, cheese, ketchup, mayonnaise.
  • Kiryu – “This Will Have to Satisfy Me! Kyosuke Kiryu Satisfaction Pasta” – Pasta carbonara, meat sauce, seafood mix, Parmesan cheese
  • Yuma – “Yuma’s Extra Special Duel Meal” – Rice ball, battered and deep-fried shrimp.

And for dessert, Sora wants you to know that “I Fusion Summon Ice Cream and Pudding!” With pudding, marbled ice cream, sponge cake, fresh cream, and a lollipop, this concoction is sure to satisfy any sweet tooth. And maybe induce diabetes.

Sora Shiunin's fusion dessert at the AnimePlaza Yu-Gi-Oh! Cafe

Returning desserts:

  • Kuriboh – “Kuriboh & Winged Kuriboh’s Mont Blanc” – Chocolate Mont Blanc, regular Mont Blanc, fresh cream.
  • Dark Magician and Dark Magician Girl – “Bonds of the Master and Disciple – Black Magic Sweet Burning” – Ramune ice cream, blueberries, chocolate cake, nata de coco, whipped cream.
  • Johann – “Johann’s Gem Beast Parfait” – Fruit parfait served with vanilla ice cream.
  • Astral – “Astral’s Cool Ice Cream” – Mint ice cream, nata de coco, pineapple.
  • Reiji – “Reiji’s Trap Sweets – ‘Contract with the Berries'” – Blueberry cake, strawberry sauce.

Check out those Kuriboh. A few months ago, they were pretty content sitting on a plate. Now? They look a little concerned about their well-being.

Kuriboh and Winged Kuriboh Mont Blanc desserts, then and now
Edible Kuriboh: then and now

Aww…

Previously:
Yu-Gi-Oh! Cafe Returns to Tokyo (and Sapporo!) in August

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  1. LOL the Kuribohs’ eyes!

  2. It all looks too delicious! It’s a good thing I’m nowhere near the area, or I’d have to preemptively buy a much bigger belt…

  3. @Jo Though they were once innocent, the Kuriboh now sleep with their eyes open and constantly live in fear. Those eyes have seen too many of their brethren fall to the knife and fork. It’s tough being an edible Kuriboh.
     
    @Writch Yeah, lucky them. If something similar ever opened in the U.S., even something small like a Yu-Gi-Oh! food booth at a convention or anything like that, I’d be so happy.

  4. Looks so delicious! Probably going to miss these two opportunities again…
    Do you have any information about reservation, or if these two cafes have free entry?
    Their website is entirely in Japanese, and I must say that my Japanese isn’t good enough yet to read any of this…

  5. The Sapporo location doesn’t require reservations; you can just walk in as long as it’s not full. The Machida location does require online reservations and patrons are selected by lottery (not first come, first served). If you want to try, click the 予約ページはこちら button near the bottom of the Machida store webpage. It requires creating an account though. Even without reservations, it’s still possible to be a walk-in. Follow @anipla_machida and look for tweets like this one. A circle means there are vacant seats. A triangle means there are only a tiny number of seats left that are not already reserved. An X means the cafe is fully booked. I hope that helps and that you get to go. Good luck!

  6. Thank you so much! Do you understand Japanese?
    I’m trying to create an account right now, but I’m in trouble because I need to enter my name in Kanji (which obviously I don’t have, being not Japanese), and entering it in Katakana only isn’t sufficient.
    I wonder, if I would go there to wait for vacant seats, would I have any chance to get one, or should I expect a waiting queue of one hundred people?
    I wish they would keep these cafés open for a year, or reopen them next Summer, so I could be sure I’d get to go.

  7. I don’t think it’s possible to know in advance how many people will line up. This is all one big game of chance. Check @anipla_machida the day before you want to go and look at the vacancy poster to see if there are any openings. If there are, the store will hand out tickets by lottery at 9:30 am. You can line up starting at 9:00 am. (The store requests that people not line up earlier than that, but…)

  8. I see… so basically, you could win a ticket for a certain time of the day, and you could only enter that time, so it’s impossible to get in there multiple times the same day. There’s no guarantee. Which is a big issue, considering how I should organize my travel and the flight costs which I can barely afford, and it could be all for nothing. But I do prefer the Machida Location because I know Tokyo, while I’ve never been in Sapporo… plus, I would love to take a picture with the life-sized characters in the entry, and these are only in Machida.
    Furthermore, I’ve seen on their twitter that many objects are already sold out… But they didn’t grey them out on their website, so we don’t know if they’re still out of stock or if they got replenishement. The Sapporo twitter didn’t tweet anything, though, so I suppose they have everything in stock. It would be a shame to travel to Japan only to get the food (even if it’s delicious) but not the merchandise. Speaking about food, I would love to try almost all the dishes, but if I can only go in there once, I won’t be able to try everything (I suppose I’m not hungry enough to order everything at once).
    Is there any chance they will reopen the cafes next summer because of their popularity? I don’t want to wait 5 or 10 years.
    Well, thank you very much for your help with this. I found this exhibition yesterday, maybe you know already about it, but if not, it could interest you: http://www.yugioh-history20thten.com/
    As far as my Japanese goes, we’ve already missed it in Tokyo, but it’ll be in Osaka from 26th to 30th August.


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