Created by the English author A. A. Milne in 1926, Winnie the Pooh has become a globally popular character that has played a part in many people's childhoods. For a limited time starting this April, three Winnie the Pooh pop-up cafes will be coming to Japan, including Tokyo, Osaka, and Nagoya locations.
The cafés will include special themed menus, including items like the honeypot deli plate (¥ 1,490 + tax) which includes tofu meatballs, yogurt, and an edamame and corn salad, or the Piglet whirlpool bagel sandwich (¥ 1,690 + tax).
There is also the Cocoa-flavored fruit yogurt (¥ 1,090 + tax) for those looking for something sweet, plus a variety of beverages including smoothies, juices, sodas, tea, and lattes.
Along with the eats and drinks on offer, the cafés will also offer event exclusive merchandise available for purchase. There will be key chains, tote bags, towels, aprons, cushions, and more, only while stocks last.
Seating at the pop-up cafés is subject to availability, so reservations are highly recommended. These can be arranged via the official event website (be sure to select the correct café location!), and there is a reservation fee of ¥ 650 + tax. This includes an umbrella charm as a thank you gift.