- “Stranger Things” inspired cafe is situated in Japan.
- The cafe has partnered with a neighborhood restaurant chain called Pronto Corp.
- The cafe only allows 20 people hourly.
Fans of the Netflix series
The cafe began its service within the Shibuya district of Tokyo after fans of the show yearned for such a spot. The cafe works in partnership with a neighborhood restaurant chain called Pronto Corp. It’s designed perfectly to make sure the satisfaction of fans. The interiors of the cafe have replicas of outlets and sets from the horror series together with its dark-mirror underworld called Upside Down.
Visitors can take pictures in these sets while listening to Stranger Things-inspired music within the cafe. Famous songs from the series corresponding to Kate Bush’s ‘Running Up That Hill’ are played to offer patrons the entire feel of being in a Stranger Things universe. moving on to food, guess what? The makers of the cafe also selected its menu based on the series.
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The menu includes food inspired by the show corresponding to monster’s head or the waffles often craved by the character Eleven. The cafe has seen a gradual flow of shoppers. So as to prevent the further spreading of COVID-19 infection, the cafe only allows 20 people hourly. Speaking of the difficulties of getting a table, 29-year-old mother Kimiko Nakae told Reuters, “Daily at midnight, I actually have been attempting to book a table on my phone.” She added, “Finally there’s a gap today because someone had cancelled the reservation.”
Meanwhile, Japan is well-known for having a spread of themed restaurants and cafes.