If you didn't know, Kirby is a squidgy pink ball. With minimal facial features. That's about it. Which is why he's adorable (and popular) enough to warrant a whole bunch of merchandise, as well as temporary pop-up cafes across Tokyo, Nagoya and Osaka. Japan isn't lacking for gaming culture -- in fact, we've already toured a few in our guide to Tokyo. It's just a shame that this one is a temporary arrangement.
Pin it DC Comics fans in Asia, here's your new favorite dining spot. A company licensed to sell DC merchandise has opened up a string of cafés featuring Superman, Batman, and their respective supervillains. READ MORE »
Earlier this week, Kotaku reported that a noodle cafe was opening in Tokyo's otaku (geek) mecca. What makes this cafe different from the plethora of cafes dotted throughout Akihabara is that Noodol Cafe features idols pouring hot wa...
Last week, Nintendo opened their third location of their pop up Kirby Café chain, this time in Tokyo. We know what you’re thinking: How in the world is it fair that Japan already […]
The much-loved pink ball of joy that is Kirby will be getting his own café in Japan this August.