Square Enix Cafe

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  • Address: Japan, 〒101-0028 Tokyo, 千代田区Kanda Hanaokacho, 1−1 ヨドバシAkiba, Chiyoda
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  • Timings: 09:00 am - 10:30 pm Details
  • Phone: +81-362064141
  • Ticket Price: Free
  • Tags: Cafe, Family And Kids

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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  • Square Enix Cafe Address: Japan, 〒101-0028 Tokyo, 千代田区Kanda Hanaokacho, 1−1 ヨドバシAkiba, Chiyoda
  • Square Enix Cafe Contact Number: +81-362064141
  • Square Enix Cafe Timing: 09:00 am - 10:30 pm
  • Square Enix Cafe Price: Free
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  • 18.55% of people who visit Chiyoda include Square Enix Cafe in their plan

  • 50% of people start their Square Enix Cafe visit around 1 PM

  • People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Square Enix Cafe

Friday, Saturday and Sunday

66.67% of people prefer walking in order to reach Square Enix Cafe

People normally club together Super Potato and Softbank Yodobashi Akiba while planning their visit to Square Enix Cafe.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures
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  • As a Square Enix fan, I might be a little biased. First, it is worth finding out which game they are promoting, as the menu and front of the shop will be themed towards this game. Despite this, the shop will sell many exclusive items from their current games from recent years and fan favourites. The drinks were very pretty, but rather expensive and they could have had a more varied selection. Go early, and on a weekday if you want to avoid having to book.

  • Everything is well organized, it's better to get a reservation, but you can even go without it, if they have free spaces. The food is done really fast, and isn't bad at all, but the relation food quantity/quality - price isn't good, you can it much more and better in other places. The ambient is pleasing, but it's more like an advertisement for a game, if you expect to find something of a game you like, unless it's recent, you won't find it. Things to note: -You can't film the place -It can be somewhat expensive, so bring more than 2000$ if you usually eat a lot -You get 90 minutes to finish your meal If you come in a group of 3-4+ it may be difficult

  • Anyone loves final fantasy needs to go here. Exclusive products and a amazing selection of memorabilia. Eating needs booking in advance

  • Wasn't really impressed. Ambiance and decor were pretty cool, but it just consisted of some videos and posters on the wall. Gift shop had some interesting items. Otherwise, the food and drink was somewhat underwhelming for the price. 1 coffee was 450 yen, for example. If you're planning on coming here for the food, there are way better options. Unless you're a Squenix diehard, I'd say: skip.

  • There's a small store inside and there are a bunch of unique goods inside. The merch inside seems to change with game releases. But with that said I wish there was more. It's definitely understandable since SE is a game company. I can't comment on the food since I didn't try

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