Square Enix CafeCurrently Open [Closes at 10:30 pm]
- Address: Japan, 〒101-0028 Tokyo, 千代田区Kanda Hanaokacho, １−１ ヨドバシAkiba, Chiyoda
- Timings: 09:00 am - 10:30 pm Details
- Phone: +81-362064141
- Ticket Price: Free
- Tags: Cafe, Family And Kids
Square Enix Cafe - Review
Square Enix Cafe is quite a popular café in Chiyoda. What is great about this tiny eatery is that it changes its menu and its offerings according to different themes. Reservation has to be made in advance and one must arrive at the decided time. The crowd rushes to this place for its food and its unique theme selection. With many artefacts on display and merchandise to buy, you can pick up a few things of the Final Fantasy series. Enjoy!
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Things to Know Before Visiting Square Enix Cafe
62.6% of people who visit Chiyoda include Square Enix Cafe in their plan
32.47% of people start their Square Enix Cafe visit around 09 AM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Square Enix Cafe
54.17% of people prefer walking in order to reach Square Enix Cafe
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Square Enix Cafe, Chiyoda Reviews
We went there really late today around 9 pm (the Cafe is closing on 10pm) and the staff had absolutely no problem with that, we got our adorable character trinks and octopath goodies! Some stuff of the Merchandise was also available on other stores but they also had special stuff! We really enjoyed our short stay :)
First of all, I didn't get a chance to try their food. The reservation process if a bit complex if you're a foreigner and don't currently live in Japan since you need to reserve through the Lawson website (in Japanese), and need to pick up the ticket the next day. I did get a chance to swing by to look around the cafe. They have takeout window with limited menu, and none of them were interesting to me, so I didn't get some. However, you can still go to their store area inside to browse some merchandises. The merchandise area is pretty small making it hard to move around. If you're Square Enix fan, you definitely will find something you like here. They also sell exclusive stuff that's only available from this store. They also gives exclusive goodies for those dining in, and for those buying stuff above certain amount. I got a small Dragon Quest slime fan after purchasing my merchandise. Overall, I think it's worth to visit if you happen to be in Akihabara area. I have no interest to try to get reservation here anymore, since it doesn't feel worth it for the trouble, but I'll definitely swing by from time to time to see if they have interesting stuff.
Super interesting cafe. Got the Octopath traveler bowl. Not bad, interesting taste though.
Okay,I went there, I did it, crossed it off the list. But that's the only good thing about this spot. Food is both terrible and overpriced. The curry rice tasted like lukewarm Chef Boyardee, and not in that fond nostalgia sort of a way. The atmosphere was okay, but even if you're a fan of Square Enix, you won't see much fan service since they only seem to cater to fans of one single mobile game about dark versions of fairy tails. This is not the Final Fantasy extravaganza you're expecting.
A neat little experience for anyone who is really in to square enix. Food was tasty little snack food mostly, wouldn't typically go here for a full lunch. Cute drinks and a cute mochi dessert on offer. Please note that you may need to first reserve at the front for the next service, meaning you need to come back a bit later.