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Taking a trip to the Kirby Cafe

Japan has all sorts of cafes that get limited-time collaborations with video game franchises. Obviously the cafe most appealing to us Nintendo fans is the Kirby Cafe! We've all seen pics of the location and drooled over the delicious goodies, but what's it like to actually visit? If you want to check out some hands-on impressions as well as more pics of the delectable treats, hit up the feature below.
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