Tuesday, November 3, 2015

In further proof that all
the cutest things happen in Japan, a sparkle-and-rainbow-filled My Little Pony
cafe recently popped up in Tokyo. That's right, from now through November
29, animation's friendliest ponies are taking over Sunday Jam, a Harajuku
pancake house, and bringing with them all the adorable stickers, edible
pony-printed cookies, and dolls that a My Little Pony fan could ever want.
According to Kotaku, this is the world's very first My Little Pony-themed
cafe. Though it does not appear to be sanctioned by the American toymaker
Hasbro, the cafe's website shares a menu that involves the likes of lattes
with My Little Pony foam art, a Milky Rainbow parfait, a chicken-and-carrot
sandwich with "I Want a Pony" inscribed in the toast, and pancakes made
with marshmallow, banana, and chocolate, and topped with rainbow ice cream and
sprinkles. Courtesy
of Toybiz People are already discovering the My Little Pony cafe
on Instagram, where visitors are posting photos of the rainbow decals in the
windows, ponies surrounding plates of food, posters on the walls declaring
that "Friendship shines," and selfies with giant stuffed ponies. The
website notes that the shop is also selling branded goods like notebooks,
postcards, T-shirts, tote bags, mini towels, and more. As Eater notes,
this is all pretty much business as usual in Tokyo, which has been home to a
number of themed pop-up restaurants featuring beloved animated characters,
including Hello Kitty and Super Mario Brothers. And now, bronies and other My
Little Pony obsessives are finally having their day in the extremely
rainbow-dappled sun. In further proof that all the cutest
things happen in Japan, a sparkle-and-rainbow-filled My Little Pony cafe has
popped up in Tokyo. Get the details here.

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