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Kero-chan Gets Limited-Time Café in Tokyo

| Cafés , Anime

Kero-chan, the adorable mascot from the hit magical girl anime series, Cardcaptor Sakura, is getting his own eatery in Tokyo. The Kero-chan Café opened at the end of April, 2018, at the Sola Machi entertainment complex, located at the base of Tokyo Skytree.

Since it’s his name on the door, the menu is filled with Kero-chan’s favorite foods, starting with the Kero-chan Feast Plate (¥1,980 [US$18.50])—which is an indecisive eater’s dream come true, since it comes with stir-fried noodles, takoyaki octopus dumplings, a Kero-chan-shaped pancake and a dish of Japanese-style "purin” pudding and sliced fruit.

Not quite so hungry? ¥1,380 will get you the house tantanmen noodles, topped with a soft-boiled egg.

Or if you’ve only got room for dessert, the pancake, pudding and dessert are available together for ¥1,680 in the Kero-chan Pancake Purin à la Mode plate.