Wednesday, April 15, 2020

Narita Anime Deck x Love Live Sunshine Café

While at Narita Anime Deck I also checked out the Narita Anime Deck x Love Live Sunshine Café.

Outside the café entrance they had this collaboration poster.

And a sign with the menu.

In the waiting area they had these fake windows with illustrations in them.

Yoshiko and Ruby in this window.

Riko and Hanamaru.

You and Chika.

Mari and Dia.

And finally Kanan.

Inside the café they had this stage with a projector showing various Love Live Sunshine ads.

This doghouse with plushies of Shiitake and family were also up on the stage.

Up on the stage was another one of these collaboration posters, and this one was signed.

A bunch of cardboard cutouts decorated the café.

Closeups, starting with Mari.








And Ruby.

They also had these giant Dengeki G's Magazine covers on display and some smaller clear files.

And wall scrolls.

Other goods on display too.


They also had this corner with various books and Dengeki G's Magazine you could check out.

They had goods on display in the cashier area as well.

Including these acrylic stands.

While here I got the Yokisoba, which I've also tried at a different café before. I got a random Hanamaru coaster with the order.

I also got a Chika latte with a random Chika coaster.

No location map since it's no longer there.

This location was visited on 2020/01/19.

Tuesday, April 14, 2020

Narita Anime Deck

What was previously Narita Airport Anime Tourism Information at the north wing of Narita Airport Terminal 2, there's now a place called Narita Anime Deck instead.

Some of the signs still said Anime Tourism Information.

This sign was changed though, but it also calls it Narita Anime Road for some reason.

This part that was the Anime Tourism Information spot before has changed.

There's a giant Gundam head here.

And 2 big Gundam statues.

There were big decorations along the walls here.

One of Neon Genesis Evangelion here.

Detective Conan.

Love Live Sunshine.

Sword Art Online.

Attack on Titan.

Another Detective Conan one. This one also had cardboard cutouts.

Neon Genesis Evangelion with Shinji and Rei cutouts.

Sword Art Online with Kirito and Asuna cutouts.

And Attack on Titan ones.

A smaller Love Live Sunshine one. To the right of this one there were also signs pointing towards the Love Live Sunshine collaboration café and to the left there was a cardboard cutout of Kunikida from Bungo Stray Dogs.

They also had more Bungo Stray Dogs cutouts because of another collaboration. Here's one of Kyouka.

And another of Ranpo.

There were a store here with lots of goods on display and for sale.

Love Live and Love Live Sunshine goods.

Artwork books and shirts.

Clear files and acrylic stands.

Wall scrolls and more clear files.

Badges and keychains.

Closeup of some of the keychains and bookmarks.

They also had an Evangelion area.

Filled with various goods.

And this poster for the last movie which will be released later this year.

Other goods included various anime ema tablets.

Naruto and My Hero Academia items.

Ghibli goods.

Travel items.

Hatsune Miku and Sakura Miku things.

Lots of Nendoroids.

Nintendo and Square Enix plushies.

Touhou Project stuff.

Cookies and candy, including Minion ones for some reason.

Girls und Panzer things.

JoJo's Bizarre Adventure and Gintama goods.

And Fate items. If you look closely at this picture you can see a row of shikishi sign boards in the background.

They had a lot of these on display with signatures from creators, writers, illustrators and voice actors.

Including these for Edge Series On a Godless Planet, Outburst Dreamer Boys, Love Live, Mushoku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnation and one from the voice actor Makoto Furukawa.

Utsunuke, the movie Mirai, A Bride's Story, Cautious Hero and Gundam.

Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress, Wise Man's Grandchild, Date A Live and Megami-ryō no Ryōbo-kun.

And For the Kid I Saw in My Dreams, Girls und Panzer, Mōsō Shokei Hito: Fuji Yoshiko and The Greatest Demon Lord Is Reborn as a Typical Nobody.

This was the new area with anime location information. You can also see the stamp with stamp sheets I saw the last time I visited on the right.

The area seemed smaller than the old one.

And there were no framed pictures from the locations, just the map and location info.

Another area they had was for hanging ema tablets.

Some were from people going to Love Live Series 9th Anniversary Love Live Fest.

Others for new years.

And a few with drawings on them.

There were also a restaurant area with a fake red torii gate, in addition to the Love Live Sunshine collaboration café.

They served some anime themed food, including these for Bungo Stray Dogs and Re:Zero.


And Ultraman.

I picked up one of the new 2020 anime location flyers they had and another stamp sheet. Warning: These are extra large pictures to show more details. .

No location map since it's just Narita Airport.

This location was visited on 2020/01/19.

Anime Deck official website