Interest Namja Town's Bakemonogatari/Nisemonogatari Menu Revealed
posted on 2012-05-08 21:09 EDT by Ko Ransom
Tokyo's Namco Namja Town has recently begun previewing the dishes that it will sell during its "Nisemonogatari Bakemonogatari in Namco Namja Town" campaign from May 18 to July 8. Namja Town is an indoor theme park in Tokyo's Ikebukuro ward with dozens of mini shops. As they have done for other anime and game titles in the past, these shops will have entrees inspired by the Bakemonogatari and Nisemonogatari novels by NisiOisin as well as their anime adaptations.
Hitagi's Fluffy Ice Cream
It's Tsubasa Cat's Gelato Nya~!
Mayoi Maimai, Spiral Crepe
"There's Deneb, Altair, Vega..." Hitagi's Blueberry Mousse
Hitagi's Love-Love Gyoza
An Ice Cream Parfait, Ararararagi-san!
Double Jump Hamburger Steak Plate
Nadeko's Strawberry Rare Cheese
Nadeko's Streeetchy Ice Cream
Black Hanekawa's Cat Gyoza
Shinobu's Ice Cream for Donut Lovers
Struggle Against Shinobu! Donut Gyoza
The Fire Sisters' Hot Fried Egg Sandwich
It's Karen Bee's Strawberry Mousse!
Tsukihi the Planner's Delicious Gyoza
The Bravery to Betray Others Gyoza
Koyomi's Round Gyoza
Bakemonogatari Popped Rice Cracker Set
Shinobu and Koyomi's Bathtime
Mayoi's Stuffed Animal Gyoza
Karen and Tsukihi's "Justice" Ice
Gahara-san's Tsuuundere Gyoza
Hitagi's Heavy Crab Gyoza
Hitagi's "Let's Go Eat Crab" Pasta
Nadeko's Casquette Hat
Customers will receive a free postcard with each dish. Namja Town will also have a limited-edition passport, mini game attractions, and game prizes related to the two series.
Namja Town already held similar campaigns for the television return of Gintama, the opening of the Macross Frontier: Sayonara no Tsubasa film, the opening of the Fullmetal Alchemist: The Sacred Star of Milos film, the opening of The Prince of Tennis: Eikoku-shiki Teikyū-jō Kessen! film, the debut of Squid Girl Season 2, the premiere of the Persona 4 television anime series, The IDOLM@STER anime, the Tiger & Bunny anime, the K-ON! film, and for four different series for their "Spring Girls' Festival 2012" event.
[Via Walker Plus]