These Pokémon Sweets Are Too Cute To Eat

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In Tokyo and Osaka, there are Pokémon-themed eateries, serving up some truly wonderful Pocket Monster-themed eats. Don’t believe me? Have a look!

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The Pokémon Cafes are located next to the Pokémon Centers in both Tokyo’s Nihonbashi and Osaka’s Shinsaibashi. These cafes serve both meals and sweets, but in Ikebukuro a dedicated take-out dessert shop called Pikachu Sweets opened in December 2019.

The Pokémon-themed deserts available in Japan are truly wonderful. Here are some that have been offered during the past few years:

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I think they’re too cute to eat—but, yet, I want to eat them!

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Originally from Texas, Ashcraft has called Osaka home since 2001. He has authored six books, including most recently, The Japanese Sake Bible.

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I don’t see any jelly doughnuts. You can’t have Pokemon sweets without jelly-filled doughnuts.