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Reservation ticket for Final Fantasy Eorzea Cafe in Tokyo

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Did you know that there is a Final Fantasy-themed cafe in Akihabara, Tokyo? Only a certain amount of customers are allowed per day and tickets must be purchased in advance. We can help you make the Eorzea Cafe reservation!

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  • Enter the surreal world of Final Fantasy
  • Immerse yourself in the magical surroundings of the cafe
  • Eat and drink Final Fantasy-themed food and drinks
  • Play your favourite game inside the cafe

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Go directly to the cafe in Akihabara. We will give you the address when you book.

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Reviews (64)

  • Harriet Harriet

    Food was fun and great!

    This cafe was so cool. There was a huge food collection. Unfortunately, I can't read japanese and the fonts were so small. Luckily my boyfriend could read Chinese characters, so we learned how to order through him. We based our selection off pictures and what katagana I could read. We didn't realize that if you order and send it, the food will come out all at once. Made a mistake of ordering dessert with our appetizers and entrees. So our little table was full and we had to eat quickly to make sure there was room. Surprisingly, the food tasted really good for a themed cafe! I would go there again just to eat. The drinks were pretty good too!

  • Jodie Jodie


    The tickets were at our hotel when we checked in as we were informed they would be. The cafe itself was brilliant and the staff, while they didn't speak a lot of english, were super helpful and made the experience that much better. Thank you voyagin for making this possible.

  • Michelle Michelle

    Unique glance into a FinalFantasy scenery

    Thanks to the Voyagin Team! I had a really great time!
    First, I want to say that I really appreciate your help! Having someone speak fluent Japanese and English is veeery helpful in such without you, I wouldn´t have been able to go to the Café in the first place.
    Finding the place was a little difficult, but gladly we had a map and got the way explained when picking up the tickets.
    Since we made it early the line was quite short and the people at the counter were always helpful. We got to choose a random character card that we could keep for ourselves and were led to our seat numbers after a short instruction. Before they started to accept orders, they gave away some small presents by picking random seat numbers. Unfortunately, we didn´t won! But even ordering was kind of new and exciting. Each costumer got an IPad/Tablet(?) to choose between Character & Monster inspired drinks and food. With each thing you ordered, you receive another (random) character me and my friend just kept ordering. Besides the food, the "scenery" was fasscinating! Ifelt like being part of the FF game. They even showed scenes from the new game on a screen and around the corner, there was a little place set up for gamers - not sure which games you could play though. The Cafe allows you to stay for "only" 2 hours which pass quite quickly when you keep eating/drinking! I would definetly go again, just to enjoy the atmosphere and the theme music playing in the background.

    It´s a great place for fans. I haven´t played many FF games, but I love the style of these games. If you don´t mind spending a little money, go for it!

  • Rachel Rachel


    The people at Voyagin are really nice and helpful! Really wanted to go to the cafe but sometimes the seats seal out fast and the ff cafe website is in Japanese , so this was a really great option ❤️

  • Pedro Pedro

    awesome place

    the place is as amazing as before
    they change the theme based on the game releases, this year was the FFXV
    the menu was amazing and the staff was very helpful

  • Brian Brian

    A trip to eorzea!

    Pretty awesome café ! i decided to take a ifrit pizza ! and ofcourse that pizza was hot as hellfire ! that sure did some Damage! luckily i had some x-ether to restore the damage (pic 1) x-ether is light alcoholic drink and very fresh in taste ! the second drink i had (pic2) was rated three stars ! i forgot the name though.. but more starts means more alcohol x-ether was 1 star, so this was a pretty heavy drink !

    Downside though, the staff hardly speaks any english and the menu and order form are japanese only! it does come with pics though so you can just point whatever you want the staff realy does it best to make the customers are all happy ! i had no troubles with the menu though, but if you do i'm sure the staff will gladly go the extra mile by helping you !

  • John John

    NON Japanese speakers beware!

    First off Voyagin did an amazing job with providing my tickets on time and delivered directly to my hotel. Final Fantasy Eorzea cafe is inside of Parsela Resorts the one furthest away from Don Quijote. (There are two Parsela Resorts so make sure you show your tickets when you arrive to avoid confusion) I had a great experience inside the cafe although I ranked it average. The reason why I would say my experience was average was because of my lack of understanding of Japanese. Non of the staff knew enough english or any other languages to fully engage the foreign guests. I was so confused upon entering the building. While the menu did accommodate english understanding guests the forms use to order your items was entirely in Japanese. Leaving me to play match the characters between the menu and ordering form. The food I rank 4/5 and the drinks was 4/5 only taking away from one point due to my confusion in trying to find everything. The place is really small but you can get a lot out the experience henceforth you speak japanese. Drink prices range from 650 JPY to 1100 JPY and food and desert range from 680 JPY 2000 JPY. One advice I give is order in one item at a time so you can get the full experience of using the 2hr sitting duration. Food is served rather quickly.

  • Justin Justin

    An interesting and (surprisingly tasty) experience for both hardcore FF fans and casual visitors!

    We had no problems at all with the booking or the experience itself. The Eorzea Cafe can be a little difficult to find, however. If you are arriving in the area via Akihabara Station, be very careful to research which exit to come out of (or like us, you'll end up wandering around the area for a very long time trying to find it).

    The cafe was very popular and had sold out of non-reserved tickets by the time we arrived, so we were glad to have booked in advance.

  • Emma Emma

    A great way to start an amazing adventure!

    I had been to the final fantasy cafe before, but it was all set up by my older sister!
    So this trip I had to do a lot of the planning!
    From ordering, receiving, going and finally now reviewing! it was all easy as pie!!
    I am so grateful I used the services here at Voyagin!

    The cafe its self is amazing!!! a dream world for any final fantasy lover!
    Its easy enough to find! (my host included directions and instructions. with my tickets, very handy)
    Even if you not the worlds biggest fan, anyone would still love the amazing food and magical drink selection they have available!

    I know its a place I will visit time and time again!

  • Michelle Michelle

    A Great Place to Go if You Love Final Fantasy!

    If you absolutely LOVE Final Fantasy, and specifically Final Fantasy 14, you'll like this place.

    Pros: Final Fantasy 14 themed and has FF14 props everywhere and FF14 music playing. Food is FF14 themed. The bathrooms were awesome at Pasela. Even included rose mouth wash and face masks for the ladies.
    Cons: You need to pay for tickets to get in and then pay for food. Your ticket includes one free drink. So, you may end up spending a lot on food and drink here. Food was OK. Drinks were good, though. The staff hardly speaks English, so if you don't know Japanese well, you'll have a hard time understanding what's going on. Due to miscommunication they screwed up our order as well as what we were paying for. I was with friends and my friends ended up paying for my food and I payed for some of their drinks. It was confusing. The place is small, but it is quaint.

    I won't be coming back here again, but it was an OK experience. I say only go if you absolutely love Final Fantasy 14.

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