Moomin Bakery and Cafe in Tokyo Japan

I have wanted to go to Japan for longer than I have been obsessed with Moomins, believe it or not. I’m completely obsessed with their culture, fashion, music and food. Imagine my reaction when I found out there was a Moomin bakery and cafe there in the Tokyo Dome! Sadly, I’ve never been to Japan because the cost was far too much and I wouldn’t be going just for Moomins unlike when I go to Finland. Tomm has promised to take me one day though! It is possible we will be there for one of the Moomin Days on August 9th, or around my birthday in April. So, this post will consist of pictures of the amazing cafe there that I hope to visit for every meal whilst I am in Japan.

You sit at your table alongside huge plush Moomin characters. You eat food in the shape of them. You eat your food with Moomin cutlery. You are basically in Moomin heaven!

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11 Responses to “Moomin Bakery and Cafe in Tokyo Japan”

  1. Ruby says:

    Are I really want to go there it looks so cool

  2. Wow! This is amazing and now i really want to go! I’ve always wanted to go to Japan but this is just an amazing other reason! :)

  3. Jérôme says:

    I knew that the japanese were big fans of the Moomins, but this place just blows my mind ! Awesome !

  4. Laura says:

    Oh my days! Huge moomin’s fan & this is the best thing ever :D wow!!

  5. Hilly says:

    Where can I buy a big, fat, cuddly Moomin doll???!!!!

  6. FromFinland says:

    If you liked Moomin Cafe, you should go to Finland.
    We have a full Moominland there (Moomins were originally greated by Finn, named Tove Jansson)!

    http://www.muumimaailma.fi/en/home

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