Nicousa Cafe [September 2 - 27, 2019]



☆ Collaboration Webpage:

☆ Official Webpage:

☆ Advance Reservations?: No

☆ Reservation/Visiting Fees: None 

☆ Location(s): Tokyo

☆ Overview: 

Nicousa (にこうさ) is the official mascot for the Japanese apparel/fashion brand ‘NiCORON’ (ニコロン). For a limited time there will be a pop-up cafe & shop located in Tree Village from 9/2/19 - 9/27/19. Tree Village is located in the huge shopping complex called Tokyo Solamachi which resides inside of the infamous Tokyo Skytree. If you’re already visiting the Skytree for the sights be sure to check out this collaboration as well!

At this collaboration you’ll find a kawaii bunny themed menu and exclusive goods you can only purchase here!

There is no advance reservation system in place so please feel free to visit this collaboration cafe at your leisure! In the event of congestion please follow staff directions in order to enjoy this collaboration cafe.


☆ Café Novelty Items:

Novelty items are essentially gifts/souvenirs given to you by the café as a reward for either visiting the café, ordering a certain menu item, or spending (x) amount of cash. Novelty items will only be handed out while supplies last.

Customers who order off of the nicousa collaboration menu will receive an original coaster (1 out of 6 designs) at random per order.

☆ Cafe Exclusive Goods: 

☆ Location(s) & Periods: 

This collaboration will be held at 1 location(s) around Japan. Please be sure to verify the date, time, location, and reservation status of the café closest to you before visiting as these details may differ from location!

Tree Village (~ツリービレッジ~)
 Address: 東京ソラマチ・ウエストヤード 4階4番地 (東京都墨田区押上1-1-2)
 Period: 9/2/19 ~ 9/27/19

Disclaimer: Dates, times, locations, café rules & other information involving limited time cafés and menu items are subject to change at anytime. Please carefully review the cafés website for the most up to date information before visiting! Dango News is not affiliated with or sponsored by this café. All copyright belongs to the respective owners.

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