Japan Now Has a My Little Pony Cafe

Rebecca OConnell
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Since it debuted in 1982, My Little Pony has been everywhere from toy store shelves to television and movie screens. But despite its ubiquity, these ponies have never gotten their own cafe—until now.

For a limited time, Harujuku, Japan will have its very own My Little Pony-themed cafe. The restaurant will be serving up colorful dishes with pictures of ponies emblazoned right on the food. Diners can enjoy ponies both new and old, with characters from generations one and four.

Besides themed food and menus, there's also a giant mural on the back wall and cut-outs to pose with, and pony dolls and stuffed animals are scattered around the establishment. Before you leave, you can also buy themed merchandise like notebooks and keychains.

The only catch is that this adorable cafe is only open until November 29. You'll have to be quick if you want to split an order of rainbow pancakes with Pinkie Pie.

[h/t: RocketNews24]