Jujutsu Kaisen Café Graces Japan With Sukuna Finger Hot Dog, Prison Realm Tiramisu, And More

There’s no better time than to bask in the Jujutsu Kaisen hype. Not only is the second half of the anime’s second season adapting one of the most anticipated manga arcs, a recent chapter also got fans in a frenzy of emotions. In that spirit, various BOX cafe&space outlets will bring a themed experience to Japan starting 19 October.

The Jujutsu Kaisen Café is set to feature exclusive menu items inspired by characters from the series, including a Sukuna Finger Hot Dog and a Prison Realm Tiramisu. Additional food and drink items are expected to be announced in the coming days, with the current list as follows (individual images can be viewed on the event website):

  • Sukuna Finger Hot Dog (Yuji Itadori) – 1,600 yen
  • Ginger Sauce Chicken Fried Rice (Megumi Fushiguro) – 1,600 yen
  • Barasushi (Nobara Kugisaki) – 1,600 yen
  • Caramelized Banana Waffle (Kento Nanami) – 1,500 yen
  • Prison Realm Tiramisu (Satoru Gojo) – 1,500 yen
  • Cursed Spirit Sphere Parfait (Suguru Geto) – 1,500 yen
  • Orange Soda (Yuji Itadori) – ¥800 yen
  • Apple & Ginger Drink (Nobara Kugisaki) – 900 yen
  • Condensed Milk Tea (Kento Nanami) – 800 yen
  • Blue Lemonade (Satoru Gojo) – 800 yen
  • Mango Ade (Suguru Geto) – 800 yen

As for merchandise, there will be a range of exclusive goods available, including pin badges, acrylic keychains, postcard sets, stickers, mugs, coasters. Prices are relatively reasonable, starting at 550 yen and topping out at 1,250 yen.

Gems Shibuya’s BOX cafe&space is the first to host the collaboration. Running from 19 October to 21 January 2024, it will later grace the 109 building in Shibuya between 16 November to 21 January next year. The popular Tokyo district is, of course, chosen specifically to coincide with the setting for the Shibuya Incident Arc.

Those in Osaka, meanwhile, can look forward to welcoming the Jujutsu Kaisen Café at the HEP Five shopping mall from 26 October to 28 January. Between 26 October and 17 December, it will grace the Nagoya Lachic Second Store as well.

Jujutsu Kaisen Season 2 is currently airing on Crunchyroll and various streaming platforms, depending on region. The finale releases tomorrow, 6 October, in Japan, marking the end of a 11-episode run that premiered on 6 July. The first half covered the events of Gojo’s Past Arc, while the Shibuya Incident Arc served as the focus for the latter six episodes.