Hamburger restaurant

Anime-covered Tokyo burger restaurant

No no. Not all burger restaurants in Japan are like this. Too bad, eh?

The Ikebukuro Lotteria in Tokyo is … different. One floor of the restaurant is reserved for anime collaborations and covered in any promoted show (or game), whether Sword art online, Fate stays the night, Where The master of idols.

Not only are the walls covered in anime art, but there are usually special themed meals and sometimes even light manga or novels that you can read for free. These collaborations started in 2013 for the Madoka Magica film, and in comparison, the Madoka the ground looks rather tame, almost picturesque, by today’s standards.

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Since then, there has been a constant rotation of other anime-type characters to cover the walls, giving this fast food restaurant a unique feel.

The characters are designed in Lotteria uniforms and the restaurant also offers special and limited treats. Even the sign for the men’s and women’s restrooms is off.

here is The master of idols:









And Sword art online:

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And here Fate stays the night:

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And once again, The master of idols:



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