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Kirby Cafe brightens the season with its summer menu this July

Written by: Gabriel Castillo | Published on: July 1, 2021 at 7:00 PM PHT (GMT+8)

Nintendo’s iconic pink powerhouse brings summer flavors and refreshing vibes to Japan’s official Kirby Cafes starting July 1 until September 20 according to the establishment's official website. The café boasts a highly varied menu inspired by new game releases, events, or, in this case, the changing of seasons. As the summer heat hits the people, Kirby welcomes customers with a plethora of fun-filled treats. Check out the menu here!

Miss lunch by the sea? This bento box is like a beachside meal packed into an adorable souvenir container. The flavorful seafood yakisoba inside can instantly give you a summer-trip-by-the-ocean feel.

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The Kirby Burger exudes cuteness with its pink buns reminiscent of the lovable hero. A citrusy and refreshing salad comes as a side to keep things light and apt for the summer.

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Keep your energy up with this hearty and vibrant dish aptly named ‘stamina is full’ yakiniku pilaf by Chef Kawasaki.

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Beat the heat with this energizing 'summer color jelly soda' that comes with a souvenir glass. The look alone screams summer fun! Mix the jelly and soda for a bubbling good time.

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What about all the fun water activities vacationers typically engage in? Kirby and Waddle Dee have you covered with a colorful and lively banana boat dessert.

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Candy fans can enjoy this dessert based on the game’s Gem Apples with a charming star-shaped platter.

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Pancake lovers out there can also enjoy this pancake sandwich adorned with the fluffy hero’s face and a side of fresh berries. The dish also comes with a souvenir plate featuring the adorable characters in chef’s attire.

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Kirby Café is based on the popular game series that started with “Kirby’s Dream Land” developed by HAL Laboratory and published by Nintendo. Currently, the café has two permanent locations: Tokyo and Hakata. Making a reservation prior to visiting is highly recommended and can be done here:



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