After Tokyo Ghoul was launched as a manga, it became an anime and now it is getting its own movie—as well as a dedicated Tokyo Ghoul Cafe in Japan to further the popularity of the franchise.
Fans of the franchise will be drawn to the cafe for a variety of reasons, including that it will feature costumes and art from the new film. But most of all, fans will enjoy sampling a variety of food and drinks that take direct inspiration from dishes from the manga. Items on the menu at the Tokyo Ghoul Cafe include Kaneki’s One-Eyed Curry, Hinami’s Hamburger Steak and even an eyeball-inspired cheesecake dessert.
Anime cafes are incredibly popular in Japan, but they often feature cute cartoon characters and treats that are far less gruesome-looking than what's served at the Tokyo Ghoul Cafe.