Pictured above is the complete lineup of My Little Pony food and drink.
While most themed restaurants in Japan give you a coaster with each order, the My Little Pony sets instead come with one of six Halloween “face paint stickers.”
The ordering system is a bit complex, as in addition to the ¥1,530 (US$14) that Sweets Paradise charges for its standard all-you-can-eat buffet, you’ll also need to shell out an additional ¥700 for each My Little Pony food/drink combination. So you’ll want to have at least ¥2,230 in cash on you… plus, of course, however much money you’re planning to spend at the attached My Little Pony shop, which has exclusive merchandise just to commemorate the café.
The My Little Pony Pinkish Café is open now, and will be in operation until October 31, 2017.
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