What’s a hungry pirate to do? The One Piece Restaurant in Tokyo's ritzy Ginza district opened on December 11, 2010. But alas, it was only a limited-time engagement and the doors shut for good on May 31st.
But before the pivotal final roast chicken leg was served up and summarily devoured, one of the bloggers at Clockwork Machina managed to get take some snapshots of the mind-bending interior.
Turns out the One Piece Restaurant was created and operated by Pasela Resorts, the same company behind the recently opened Kamen Rider Diner we wrote about earlier.
Now that the doors have shut, someone is probably pining for the strawberry omelets and pirate-approved cherry pie. But with One Piece remaining the massive anime-manga hit it has been for nigh on 14 years now, it’s probably only a matter of time until someone unleashes the Luffy chicken again…
Full pics and story at Clockwork Machina
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