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Tokyo's 'My Little Pony' Cafe Opens!

Attention, all Bronies and Pegasisters! There is a brand new themed pop-up cafe in Japan that you're sure to be excited about - one dedicated solely to 'My Little Pony'!

Set up inside breakfast bistro Sunday Jam of Tokyo's Harajuku district, the 'My Little Pony' Cafe offers specialty coffees, toasted sandwiches, and desserts all finished off with edible designs featuring the iconic toy ponies.

I know, Pinkie Pie. I'm excited too.

The 'My Little Pony' Cafe, of course, has a dazzling themed interior and is sometimes visited by popular 'My Little Pony' costumed characters and real miniature ponies. (Like, seriously, guys. Check out that middle photo. There's actual baby horses at this cafe.)
Unfortunately, all good things come to an end, and the 'My Little Pony' Cafe is only staying open until November 29th.
However, if you find yourself in Tokyo before then, you can find this magical little shop at the following address: 4-28-28 Jingumae, Shibuya 150-0001, Tokyo Prefecture. (And if you go, take ALL THE PICTURES for the rest of us on Vingle, of course.)

Would you go to the 'My Little Pony' Cafe? Or is that far too much pink and ponies to be caught dead around?

Let me know in the comments below, and for more strange yet surprising news, follow The WTF Street Journal!
WHY ARE THERE SO MANY CUTE CAFES IN THE WORLD. (sorry, this is adorable)
@ToniEliseHolden @Danse Right?! I want to go to Japan so bad. It always seems like they have some sort of new event or cool themed restaurant opening in Tokyo somewhere. I really want to go to the ramen museums lol.
Japan is so cool
@jiggzy19 six years ago this would have been paradise for you... don't you own the pony toy on the far right of the first picture??
I would go and I will take my niece with me!!!!
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