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Unleash your inner ‘Belle’ in this ‘Beauty and the Beast’-themed cafe

Most girls have long been obsessed with Disney princesses—and we totally understand why.

In the early animated movies, the heroines were often portrayed as girls with unrealistic beauty and a singing voice that could tame even the wildest animal in the woods. And how could we ever forget Prince Charming whose goal was embark on an adventure to save the day?

I mean, who doesn’t want to live happily ever after, right? | GIPHY

So for those who grew up wanting to become a Disney princess one day, a restaurant-cafe just opened its new branches across Japan, including Tokyo, Osaka, and Nagoya, to help them live out their childhood dream. Oh My Cafe is known for its pop-up cafes that offer visitors a Disney-like experience. They usually change up their interior and menu every 1-2 months.

In 2019, they wowed local and foreign tourists with their Frozen-inspired decor items. This year, they decided to turn their venue into a Beauty and the Beast-themed dining room with meals and drinks.

1. Morning sandwich plate


2.Cream curry rice in the night sky


3. Grilled chicken burger

4. Dinner soup hospitality soup

5. Special black tea with a cute package

6. Refreshing rose water with lemon flavor

But, of course, this kind of experience always comes with a price. Before you enter the venue, make sure that you have at least ¥1,390 to ¥1,990 (around Php600-Php900) in your wallet so you could afford their burger and rose water.

Although it isn’t clear how they will operate in the new normal, the management reassured that the safety of customers and staff will always be their number one priority.

If you want to be their guest, you can make a reservation here.


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