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Eat Brains at Capcom's Cafe and Bar in Tokyo

Posted on Sunday, January 15 @ 23:07:07 Eastern by Heath_Hindman

In high school and college, Green Day's song Brain Stew was an anthem of sorts, for many of us. If you ever wondered what eating such a thing might be like, Capcom is willing to make an attempt at satisfying your curiosity. The company will soon open a bar in Tokyo's mega-popular Shinjuku district, which will feature dishes and drinks based on themes of its most popular games. Monster Hunter well-done meat and Phoenix Wright's Make-it-Black-And-White seafood cream pasta are among the most interesting, in addition to the Resident Evil brain cake above.

The cake costs 680 yen, but for an extra 100-yen coin, a professional cosplayer will come out and shoot you in the head.

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