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The Pokémon Cafés of Japan has revealed a new dish that will debut at the end of May. This dish is centered around the mascot of the franchise itself, Pikachu, and consists of a rolled omelette shaped like Pikachu’s face (complete with ears and a tail) and a macaroni gratin baked to look like a Poké Ball. Even the macaroni bits are shaped like Pokémon!



The dish will cost ¥1,848 (about $17), but if you spend a little more (¥3,058, about $28) you can take home the Pikachu face-shaped plate the food is served on. Plus, for ¥1,760 (about $16) you can get a special Pikachu tumbler and drink, and get to take the tumbler home. The dish will be available at both the Tokyo and Osaka locations beginning on May 29th. For those who are in Japan and wish to try this tasty Pikachu-themed dish, you’ll need to make online reservations to attend!


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Written by Amelia Fruzzetti

A writer and Nintendo fan based in Seattle, Washington. When not working for NinWire, she can be found eating pasta, writing stories, and wondering about when Mother 3 is finally going to get an official localization.