That seems to be the point! An official Tokyo Ghoul eatery is opening in Tokyo later this month features freaky food inspired by the manga.
As Japan Trends points out, meals have names like Kaneki’s One-Eyed Curry and Tsukiyama’s Eyeball Cheese Mousse. Surely they taste better than they look!
The Tokyo Ghoul Cafe runs from May 27 to June 28 at The Guest Cafe & Dinner in Tokyo’s Ikebukuro.
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