At the upcoming "Artificial Satellite Cafe", you can enjoy Tokyu Hands Umeda store and anthropomorphic characters of artificial satellites.
The Tokyu Hands Umeda store will open an "artificial satellite cafe" for a limited time from April 26th to May 31st.
Whether Tokyu Hands is aiming for the second Dojo because the Shibuya store "artificial satellite cafe" was a great success, or whether it occupied the taste at the "deep sea lab cafe" that focused on the "deep sea", this time
Open a limited-time cafe at the Umeda store. The theme is "artificial satellite" again, and the place is "Hands Cafe" on the 10th floor of the Umeda store. With the cooperation of Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), it will be an "artificial satellite cafe" from April 26th to May 31st.
At the artificial satellite cafe in the Umeda store, we will exhibit images of the earth by artificial satellites and space suits, hold workshops related to space, and sell space goods such as space food. They also have an original menu for a limited time.
Artificial satellite cafe held at Shibuya store
You can also enjoy the illustrations of various JAXA artificial satellites drawn by manga artist Radio Wada. For example, "DAICHI-2 Kun" of the land observation technology satellite No. 2 is "a cautious man who is always listening to the complexion of the earth", and "GPM Kun", the main satellite of the Global Precipitation Measurement Project, is "Japanese and Americans". He is an elite businessman who guesses the amount of rain perfectly, and he has a grinning personality when he knows the role of the artificial satellite.
Various artificial satellite characters On the right is the author, Radio Wada.
Visitors will be presented with an original coaster of artificial satellite characters. However, the quantity is limited, so hurry up.
Limited number of artificial satellite original coasters