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Kawaii Monster Cafe is the newest attraction in Tokyo's fashionable neighbourhood Harajuku. Created by the famous art designer Sebastian Masuda, this unusual cafe will surprise you with its edgy and colourful interior and menu. Book seats now!

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  • Reserve seats for the most peculiar cafe in Harajuku
  • Explore the crazy interior and learn more about Sebastian Masuda's unique art design
  • Enjoy the colourful surroundings of the different areas inside the cafe
  • Eat delicious food prepared in a very fashionable way
  • New for 2017 - Wednesday night is Oiran Night and Thursday night is Burlesque Night

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Kawaii Monster Cafe, Harajuku

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Reviews (86)

  • Shannon Shannon

    Kawaii Monster cafe

    This place is very cool 😎 the inside looks fantastic. We went for lunch, food was good. Kids loved the big monster walking around. Well worth the visit.

  • Jennifer Jennifer

    Wacky and fun

    This was an awesome experience, be aware though that the menu is set. I was not aware and my daughter is a vegetarian and the staff were awesome but my daughter really wanted some of the wacky desserts. We had an awesome experience.

  • Henry Henry

    Melting Marshmallow Sheep

    The Kawaii Monster Cafe is what I imagine going to a children’s tea party on acid would feel like. The staff are adorable and ultra-cutesy in an environment that includes melting marshmallow sheep, carnivorous plants, and luminous jellyfish. We contacted them in advance and they were able to provide a gluten-free meal option. At the end of our visit some of the Kawaii Character staff danced on an oversized rotating cake. It was hilarious and adorable. Kawaii Monster Cafe is certainly something to behold.

  • Ashleigh Ashleigh

    So bright and energetic

    Prepare yourself for a crazy wacky adventure into the land of colour and energy.The staff are super friendly (but minimal English). There is an English menu and when you order with food included you get a shortened menu.

  • Ana Ana


    Tourist trap and the food was terrible.

  • David David

    Amazing decor but the food just ok

    The cafe is like an wonderland just amazing.We had 2 shows quite cool plus you could wonder around.The food was ok kids enjoyed the colour full spaghetti but the udon with prawns were cold and weird plenty of onion!!!!

  • Marlon Marlon


    This was kawaii craziness. It was awesome and colourful and everything you want from a mo after cafe!

  • Laurent Laurent


    Everything went smoothly! We had a fun time!

  • Jun Hui Jun Hui

    Don't expect anything special

    Just a normal cafe with a merry go round and sideshow. Put your expectation low and it is ok. Only 1 actress performing a simple show when I was there. To expensive,

  • Emily Emily

    Overall fun but website is misleading

    A group of friends and I came here for lunch this past weekend and while it was overall really fun to do I'm not sure how worth it it is to book through this website. The atmosphere of the cafe is really cool and the food is delicious but we were somewhat disappointed the very few options we were given with the "Standard Meal" ticket. The drinks were fine but there were only 3 options for a meal (one of which was sold out for the day, at 1:30pm). Furthermore, the dessert that comes with this was literally just a small cup of ice cream. Very disappointing for us since we were really looking forward to the dessert options. Also the normal wait for the cafe really didn't seem that long. I didn't bother to ask how long it was but there were only about 5 people in line at 1:30pm on a Sunday.