Interest Good Smile to Run Fate/Type-Moon Café Until December
posted on 2011-10-11 12:30 EDT by Egan Loo
The Good Smile Café, the restaurant run by the figure maker Good Smile Company east of Tokyo, confirmed on Tuesday that it will revamp itself into a "Fate/Type-Moon Café" from October 12 to December 25. The café will feature an original special menu of dishes, drinks, and desserts inspired by Fate/Zero and other stories from the studio Type-Moon, as well as an exclusive mini-sticker and a coaster for each patron:
Emiya Plate (comes with rice and miso soup)
"You Can Live on Just This ~Be Calm and Graceful~" meat sauce pasta (with flag illustrated by Kinoko Nasu)
Sword of Promised Victory (Excalibur)
Magus of Five Elements (Average One)
Carnival Phantasm Pudding (condensed milk pudding) in Kaleido-Ruby (strawberry), Phantasmoon (mango), and Magical Amber (chocolate) flavors
Randomly distributed coasters (front)
Randomly distributed coasters (back)
Luncheon mat (front and back)
Good Smile Café had revamped itself into a Puella Magi Madoka Magica Café from May 3 to August 14, and then into a "Type-Moon Café for Carnival Phantasm" from August 23 to September 25.
In a related development, Type-Moon began streaming a half-minute television commercial for the Carnival Phantasm anime on Tuesday:
Director Ei Aoki (Hourou Musuko, Ga-Rei: Zero, Girls Bravo) and the studio ufotable are animating Fate/Zero, the prequel novel by Gen Urobuchi (Puella Magi Madoka Magica, Phantom - The Animation, Blassreiter) to Type-Moon's Fate/stay night visual novel software. As the anime airs in Japan this fall, Aniplex is streaming each episode in eight different subtitled languages worldwide via the Niconico Live and Niconico Channel services for the first week. Crunchyroll is then streaming each episode a week later in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia, and New Zealand.
The Carnival Phantasm anime project adapts an anthology of Type-Moon manga short stories by Kannagi creator Eri Takenashi to celebrate Type-Moon's 10th anniversary. Seiji Kishi (Angel Beats!, My Bride is a Mermaid) is directing this anime at Lerche with scripts by Makoto Uezu (Is This a Zombie?, My Bride is a Mermaid, Tayutama -Kiss on my Deity-). The Blu-ray Disc of the "1st Season" shipped in Japan on August 14.
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