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Artist Takashi Murakami Gets Pop-Up Restaurant in Tokyo


Murakami’s pop-up will serve flower-themed food in Tokyo

Contemporary artist Takashi Murakami is getting a pop-up restaurant with flower-themed food, like this rice omelette, in Tokyo.

The enormously popular contemporary artist Takashi Murakami is opening his first large-scale exhibition in Japan in 14 years, and as part of the event the Roppongi Hills complex will be running a Murakami-themed pop-up restaurant featuring some of the most colorful food anybody has ever seen.

Murakami’s signature flowers are all over the new cafe. Not only will the bright cartoon flowers, with their big, open smiles, shiny eyes, and bright petals be all over the walls, but according to Rocket News 24, they will be all over the food as well.

The Flower Cafe will only be open from December 28 through January 31, and it will be an extremely Instagram-friendly venue. The walls, floors, and tables are covered all over in Murakami’s grinning flowers, as are the cappuccinos, pastries, and hamburgers. There is even a rice omelette with pink petals. Many of the dishes are offered in limited quantities. Coffee will be served all day, but there will only be 20 of the rice omelettes available each day.

The restaurant will also have a gift shop where people can buy limited-edition Murakami souvenirs.


Spider-Man cafe opens in Roppongi Hills to commemorate new film

To commemorate the Japanese release of the latest Spider-Man film – "Spider-Man: Homecoming" – on August 11 this year, a limited-time themed cafe has opened in the Roppongi Hills neighborhood of Tokyo, offering some tempting treats inspired by the web-slinging hero.

The first menu item is the “Spider Curry“, for 1,500 yen. Focusing on Spider-Man’s red image color, this tomato-based chicken curry offers tons of flavor with just a mild kick of heat. It is accompanied by ketchup-flavored rice, dressed up to look like Spider-Man in his mask.

For drinks, the first is the “Spider Sense Latte” (above) for 700 yen. This creamy latte is sprinkled on top to resemble a spider’s web, and the caffeine kick is sure to get your senses tingling.

The next drink is a strawberry “Spider Squash” for 650 yen. The mixture of sweet strawberry and tart lemon is meant to reflect the bittersweetness of Peter Parker’s high school life. I’m sure we can all relate, right?

The cafe interior of course also pays homage to the high-schooler hero, and while supplies last cafe patrons will receive a free, limited edition Spider-Man sticker with their purchase.

Spidey fans will have to hurry though! The cafe is only open from now until Thursday, July 15.


Spider-Man cafe opens in Roppongi Hills to commemorate new film

To commemorate the Japanese release of the latest Spider-Man film – "Spider-Man: Homecoming" – on August 11 this year, a limited-time themed cafe has opened in the Roppongi Hills neighborhood of Tokyo, offering some tempting treats inspired by the web-slinging hero.

The first menu item is the “Spider Curry“, for 1,500 yen. Focusing on Spider-Man’s red image color, this tomato-based chicken curry offers tons of flavor with just a mild kick of heat. It is accompanied by ketchup-flavored rice, dressed up to look like Spider-Man in his mask.

For drinks, the first is the “Spider Sense Latte” (above) for 700 yen. This creamy latte is sprinkled on top to resemble a spider’s web, and the caffeine kick is sure to get your senses tingling.

The next drink is a strawberry “Spider Squash” for 650 yen. The mixture of sweet strawberry and tart lemon is meant to reflect the bittersweetness of Peter Parker’s high school life. I’m sure we can all relate, right?

The cafe interior of course also pays homage to the high-schooler hero, and while supplies last cafe patrons will receive a free, limited edition Spider-Man sticker with their purchase.

Spidey fans will have to hurry though! The cafe is only open from now until Thursday, July 15.


Spider-Man cafe opens in Roppongi Hills to commemorate new film

To commemorate the Japanese release of the latest Spider-Man film – "Spider-Man: Homecoming" – on August 11 this year, a limited-time themed cafe has opened in the Roppongi Hills neighborhood of Tokyo, offering some tempting treats inspired by the web-slinging hero.

The first menu item is the “Spider Curry“, for 1,500 yen. Focusing on Spider-Man’s red image color, this tomato-based chicken curry offers tons of flavor with just a mild kick of heat. It is accompanied by ketchup-flavored rice, dressed up to look like Spider-Man in his mask.

For drinks, the first is the “Spider Sense Latte” (above) for 700 yen. This creamy latte is sprinkled on top to resemble a spider’s web, and the caffeine kick is sure to get your senses tingling.

The next drink is a strawberry “Spider Squash” for 650 yen. The mixture of sweet strawberry and tart lemon is meant to reflect the bittersweetness of Peter Parker’s high school life. I’m sure we can all relate, right?

The cafe interior of course also pays homage to the high-schooler hero, and while supplies last cafe patrons will receive a free, limited edition Spider-Man sticker with their purchase.

Spidey fans will have to hurry though! The cafe is only open from now until Thursday, July 15.


Spider-Man cafe opens in Roppongi Hills to commemorate new film

To commemorate the Japanese release of the latest Spider-Man film – "Spider-Man: Homecoming" – on August 11 this year, a limited-time themed cafe has opened in the Roppongi Hills neighborhood of Tokyo, offering some tempting treats inspired by the web-slinging hero.

The first menu item is the “Spider Curry“, for 1,500 yen. Focusing on Spider-Man’s red image color, this tomato-based chicken curry offers tons of flavor with just a mild kick of heat. It is accompanied by ketchup-flavored rice, dressed up to look like Spider-Man in his mask.

For drinks, the first is the “Spider Sense Latte” (above) for 700 yen. This creamy latte is sprinkled on top to resemble a spider’s web, and the caffeine kick is sure to get your senses tingling.

The next drink is a strawberry “Spider Squash” for 650 yen. The mixture of sweet strawberry and tart lemon is meant to reflect the bittersweetness of Peter Parker’s high school life. I’m sure we can all relate, right?

The cafe interior of course also pays homage to the high-schooler hero, and while supplies last cafe patrons will receive a free, limited edition Spider-Man sticker with their purchase.

Spidey fans will have to hurry though! The cafe is only open from now until Thursday, July 15.


Spider-Man cafe opens in Roppongi Hills to commemorate new film

To commemorate the Japanese release of the latest Spider-Man film – "Spider-Man: Homecoming" – on August 11 this year, a limited-time themed cafe has opened in the Roppongi Hills neighborhood of Tokyo, offering some tempting treats inspired by the web-slinging hero.

The first menu item is the “Spider Curry“, for 1,500 yen. Focusing on Spider-Man’s red image color, this tomato-based chicken curry offers tons of flavor with just a mild kick of heat. It is accompanied by ketchup-flavored rice, dressed up to look like Spider-Man in his mask.

For drinks, the first is the “Spider Sense Latte” (above) for 700 yen. This creamy latte is sprinkled on top to resemble a spider’s web, and the caffeine kick is sure to get your senses tingling.

The next drink is a strawberry “Spider Squash” for 650 yen. The mixture of sweet strawberry and tart lemon is meant to reflect the bittersweetness of Peter Parker’s high school life. I’m sure we can all relate, right?

The cafe interior of course also pays homage to the high-schooler hero, and while supplies last cafe patrons will receive a free, limited edition Spider-Man sticker with their purchase.

Spidey fans will have to hurry though! The cafe is only open from now until Thursday, July 15.


Spider-Man cafe opens in Roppongi Hills to commemorate new film

To commemorate the Japanese release of the latest Spider-Man film – "Spider-Man: Homecoming" – on August 11 this year, a limited-time themed cafe has opened in the Roppongi Hills neighborhood of Tokyo, offering some tempting treats inspired by the web-slinging hero.

The first menu item is the “Spider Curry“, for 1,500 yen. Focusing on Spider-Man’s red image color, this tomato-based chicken curry offers tons of flavor with just a mild kick of heat. It is accompanied by ketchup-flavored rice, dressed up to look like Spider-Man in his mask.

For drinks, the first is the “Spider Sense Latte” (above) for 700 yen. This creamy latte is sprinkled on top to resemble a spider’s web, and the caffeine kick is sure to get your senses tingling.

The next drink is a strawberry “Spider Squash” for 650 yen. The mixture of sweet strawberry and tart lemon is meant to reflect the bittersweetness of Peter Parker’s high school life. I’m sure we can all relate, right?

The cafe interior of course also pays homage to the high-schooler hero, and while supplies last cafe patrons will receive a free, limited edition Spider-Man sticker with their purchase.

Spidey fans will have to hurry though! The cafe is only open from now until Thursday, July 15.


Spider-Man cafe opens in Roppongi Hills to commemorate new film

To commemorate the Japanese release of the latest Spider-Man film – "Spider-Man: Homecoming" – on August 11 this year, a limited-time themed cafe has opened in the Roppongi Hills neighborhood of Tokyo, offering some tempting treats inspired by the web-slinging hero.

The first menu item is the “Spider Curry“, for 1,500 yen. Focusing on Spider-Man’s red image color, this tomato-based chicken curry offers tons of flavor with just a mild kick of heat. It is accompanied by ketchup-flavored rice, dressed up to look like Spider-Man in his mask.

For drinks, the first is the “Spider Sense Latte” (above) for 700 yen. This creamy latte is sprinkled on top to resemble a spider’s web, and the caffeine kick is sure to get your senses tingling.

The next drink is a strawberry “Spider Squash” for 650 yen. The mixture of sweet strawberry and tart lemon is meant to reflect the bittersweetness of Peter Parker’s high school life. I’m sure we can all relate, right?

The cafe interior of course also pays homage to the high-schooler hero, and while supplies last cafe patrons will receive a free, limited edition Spider-Man sticker with their purchase.

Spidey fans will have to hurry though! The cafe is only open from now until Thursday, July 15.


Spider-Man cafe opens in Roppongi Hills to commemorate new film

To commemorate the Japanese release of the latest Spider-Man film – "Spider-Man: Homecoming" – on August 11 this year, a limited-time themed cafe has opened in the Roppongi Hills neighborhood of Tokyo, offering some tempting treats inspired by the web-slinging hero.

The first menu item is the “Spider Curry“, for 1,500 yen. Focusing on Spider-Man’s red image color, this tomato-based chicken curry offers tons of flavor with just a mild kick of heat. It is accompanied by ketchup-flavored rice, dressed up to look like Spider-Man in his mask.

For drinks, the first is the “Spider Sense Latte” (above) for 700 yen. This creamy latte is sprinkled on top to resemble a spider’s web, and the caffeine kick is sure to get your senses tingling.

The next drink is a strawberry “Spider Squash” for 650 yen. The mixture of sweet strawberry and tart lemon is meant to reflect the bittersweetness of Peter Parker’s high school life. I’m sure we can all relate, right?

The cafe interior of course also pays homage to the high-schooler hero, and while supplies last cafe patrons will receive a free, limited edition Spider-Man sticker with their purchase.

Spidey fans will have to hurry though! The cafe is only open from now until Thursday, July 15.


Spider-Man cafe opens in Roppongi Hills to commemorate new film

To commemorate the Japanese release of the latest Spider-Man film – "Spider-Man: Homecoming" – on August 11 this year, a limited-time themed cafe has opened in the Roppongi Hills neighborhood of Tokyo, offering some tempting treats inspired by the web-slinging hero.

The first menu item is the “Spider Curry“, for 1,500 yen. Focusing on Spider-Man’s red image color, this tomato-based chicken curry offers tons of flavor with just a mild kick of heat. It is accompanied by ketchup-flavored rice, dressed up to look like Spider-Man in his mask.

For drinks, the first is the “Spider Sense Latte” (above) for 700 yen. This creamy latte is sprinkled on top to resemble a spider’s web, and the caffeine kick is sure to get your senses tingling.

The next drink is a strawberry “Spider Squash” for 650 yen. The mixture of sweet strawberry and tart lemon is meant to reflect the bittersweetness of Peter Parker’s high school life. I’m sure we can all relate, right?

The cafe interior of course also pays homage to the high-schooler hero, and while supplies last cafe patrons will receive a free, limited edition Spider-Man sticker with their purchase.

Spidey fans will have to hurry though! The cafe is only open from now until Thursday, July 15.


Spider-Man cafe opens in Roppongi Hills to commemorate new film

To commemorate the Japanese release of the latest Spider-Man film – "Spider-Man: Homecoming" – on August 11 this year, a limited-time themed cafe has opened in the Roppongi Hills neighborhood of Tokyo, offering some tempting treats inspired by the web-slinging hero.

The first menu item is the “Spider Curry“, for 1,500 yen. Focusing on Spider-Man’s red image color, this tomato-based chicken curry offers tons of flavor with just a mild kick of heat. It is accompanied by ketchup-flavored rice, dressed up to look like Spider-Man in his mask.

For drinks, the first is the “Spider Sense Latte” (above) for 700 yen. This creamy latte is sprinkled on top to resemble a spider’s web, and the caffeine kick is sure to get your senses tingling.

The next drink is a strawberry “Spider Squash” for 650 yen. The mixture of sweet strawberry and tart lemon is meant to reflect the bittersweetness of Peter Parker’s high school life. I’m sure we can all relate, right?

The cafe interior of course also pays homage to the high-schooler hero, and while supplies last cafe patrons will receive a free, limited edition Spider-Man sticker with their purchase.

Spidey fans will have to hurry though! The cafe is only open from now until Thursday, July 15.