|Artnia Slime? CLF / Flickr (Creative Commons License)|
|CLF / Flickr (Creative Commons License)|
At Artnia there is a very glitzy looking museum area, a gift shop, and of course the cafe. The cafe that serves sandwiches, coffee, parfaits and other desserts, pancakes, and Final Fantasy inspired cocktails or potions. I'm here to snag myself a Chocobo or another slime! However, I will say that the shop area is not huge. Much of the merchandise can be found at other stores like Animate or in Yodobashi Camera, but you would come here to look for exclusive merchandise (jewelry included).
|Chocobo by CLF|
Official website is at http://www.jp.square-enix.com/artnia/ Check the various tabs they have in the red area.
East Side Square 1F 6-27-30 Shinjuku, Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 〒 160-0022
Opening Hours 11:00 to 22:00
Nearest Fukutoshin Tokyo Metro Station A3 exit directly connected "Higashi" Oedo Line
6 minutes Fukutoshin-Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line, walk from Exit station E1 "Shinjukusanchome" Toei Shinjuku Line
These two stations are actually connected like many train/subway stations. Look for the signs to exit to Shinjuku Eastside.
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