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This Tokyo Pop-Up Cafe Is 100% GORE!

Attention, horror aficionados!

One Tokyo-based cafe wants to know: Would you care for some maggots in your milkshake this week?
For one week only, a Shibiya-based cafe will make over its menu in a gruesome way - with desserts inspired by the 'erotic and grotesque' classic horror manga artist Suehiro Maruo.
The desserts are all meant to match characters from Suehiro's classic manga, Shojo Tsubaki - who all seem pretty terrifying.
The quirky polka dots of Midori-chan's hairbow pop up on their fluffy Midori-chan cake. Seems tame enough, right?
Then there's Kanabun's dessert, the centerpiece panna cotta - a custard eyeball sitting in a bowl of fruit compote 'blood'.
And then there's my personal favorite: Muchisute's Maggot Float - a soda float topped with realistic gummy maggots.
The event will run from May 24 - 31st in celebration of the release of the manga's live-action feature film.
Maybe MOST of us aren't able to get to Tokyo in time, but because this concept fascinates me, I've got to know:

Which of these desserts would YOU dare to order?

(Personally, I'm a big fan of that panna cotta eyeball. That's my kind of gross.)
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@SimplyAwkward that would be awesome.
if they can do this I will be waiting until they do the same pop up cafe with tokyo ghoul
check check check check and check. I do believe I would like to indulge in the entire menu.... like all of them at the table at the same time😆😅😄
ALL OF THEM!!!! 😁😁😁😁😜😜
The maggot float xD
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My Food at the Sailor Moon Cafe! (Talk About It Tuesday)
Soooo, for this week's talk about it Tuesday (started by @invinsybll) , the theme was Anime Accessorizing, but I already showed off my accessories last week! So, instead, I wanted to show off something fun I got to do back in September when I took a short trip to Japan. Now, I don't like to brag, but I was lucky enough to go to the Sailor Moon Cafe that was going on at that time!! I haven't really talked about it before, so here goes~ Now, I didn't take many pictures , but this is the food that I ate! Isn't it cute? It was a Sailor Jupiter themed bento box. I loved it! Everything in it was tasty. The rice balls were mushroom veggie rice balls, the spaghetti was sweet, and the little pieces of cutlet were seafood cutlet! Yummmmmmyyyy!! I also got a Tuxedo Mask Coffee! Isn't it cute?! It really didn't taste THAT great (ever had a cold, canned coffee? It sort of tasted like that, lol). But it was adorable and that's all that matters. I also got the Sailor Mars coaster you see in the background, and a little Sailor Mars dessert, too!! I didn't take pictures of the interior, but it was basically just a bar set up with a lot of memorabilia. They played episodes of the show on the TV screens throughout the room, and music from the series the whole time! You could text in a request & they would play that, too. They also had goods for purchase, but it was a bit pricey just to be there so I didn't buy anything. And that was my experience at the Sailor Moon Cafe!