If you love Doraemon and are looking to reminisce on those nostalgic memories, make sure to head over to the Fujiko Fujio Museum Café located at Kawasaki. Here you can find a collection of amazing Doraemon merchandise at the gift shop, enjoy Doraemon themed Japanese candy and Japanese snacks at the cafe, browse through collections of original drawings or even sit and relax at the manga section! There is also the Fujiko F. Fujio Theatre, where you watch original movies that can’t be viewed anywhere else.
Their gift shop offers a selection of exclusive merchandise only available at this location, ranging from collectibles, plushies, stationary, dagashi and so much more! There's bound to be something for everyone!
Doraemon stationary! We always need kawaii stationary, right?!
They even have a manga section where you can quietly enjoy reading!
After you're done scrolling through the museum, you can rebuild your energy with a quick Japanese snack or a hot latte! We are drooling over all these cool Doraemon Japanese snacks and food! Who else thinks they look too cute to eat?!
This delicious-looking Japanese dessert is shaped like the encyclopedia!
Don't forget to take plenty of photos at the outside area with Doraemon and other characters from the series!
Planning on visiting? The museum cafe is open everyday except for Tuesdays and national holidays between 10:00~18:00. If you can't speak Japanese, don't worry, they provide an audio translating device for non-Japanese visitors!
Image source: http://fujiko-museum.com/cafe/
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