Moomin House Cafe – Tokyo Solamachi

Japanese people always had an affection for the cute chubby trolls: Moomin! Japan has a lot of Moomin fans, that is also the reason why you can buy merchandise or even visit themed cafés of this Finnish cartoon. We used to watch Moomin a lot during our childhood – my Mum love them so much and even her sister is obsessed with Moomin characters (especially with Little My). There are many many Moomin Cafés all round Japan and I have already visited one at the Tokyo Dome area when I was in Japan during spring time. My favourite part of the Moomin Cafés is not just only the cute food and beverage, it is more the cute experience that a Moomin Plush doll comes and visit you at your seat. So even if you are having food on your own, you are literally not alone, since Moomin & Co. will have lunch with you. The Moomin Café that I am going to show you today is about the one at Tokyo Solamachi, a large shopping center just next to the Tokyo Skytree. We were looking for a dining option when we visited the Tokyo Skytree and we randomly passed by the Moomin Café. Almost any themed café in Japan is a little expensive than ordinary cafés or restaurants, but they are worth heading to, if you are looking for an extraordinary culinary experience.

Moomin House Cafe
ムーミンカフェ 東京スカイツリータウン・ソラマチ店
Japan, 〒131-0045 Tokyo, Sumida City, Oshiage, 1 Chome−1−2
東京スカイツリータウン・ソラマチ 1F タワーヤード 6 番地
+81 3-5610-3063

Opening Hours
10:00 – 21:30 (20:30 last order)


3 responses to “Moomin House Cafe – Tokyo Solamachi

  1. You look so peaceful with your Moomin to lean on ^^ it looks like a lovely cafe too. How is the food?

      • Genki da ne! Mihosan genki?!? It’s been such a long time T_T I really want to take my wife to experience Japan, and to meet youuu ^_^

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