Cure Maid Cafe Travels "Further Than the Universe" for New Collab

Limited-time cafe lets you sample snacks and drinks inspired by the high school Antarctic expedition

 

A cafe themed around an Antarctic expedition has never looked this tasty.

 

Cure Maid Cafe and A Place Further Than the Universe are teaming up to present a limited-time menu inspired by Kimari and friends. The Antarctic goodies will only be available for a couple of weeks, but you can see what the cafe is serving up here:

 

Creamy Omurice Plate (Kimari's Favorite!)


Strange White Curry


Antarctic Penguin Bread


Purupuru Pudding Parfait


And of course, there will be a (non-alcoholic) drinks menu inspired by our heroines:

 

Kimari: Orange soda, peach syrup, milk, whipped cream, orange garnish


Shirase: Grenadine, orange juice, soda water, whipped cream, red garnish


Hinata: Green apple syrup, Calpis, soda water, whipped cream, green garnish


Yuzuki: Blue curacao syrup, ramune syrup, yogurt drink, whipped cream, blue garnish


South Pole Soda: Blue curacao syrup, ramune syrup, soda water, vanilla ice cream


And for an extra-special finish to your meal, there's the jelly-based "Aurora drink":

 

Of course, there will be a limited-edition run of merchandise. Fans can pick up "Challenge for Antarctic" tumblers and card holders, acrylic character standees, shirts, and more to show their support for the intrepid high school girls:

 

 

Acrylic Standees (2,000 yen + tax):

 

Pass Cases (1,300 yen + tax):

 

Shirts (2,900 yen + tax):

 

Shoulder Bag (2,900 yen + tax):


Clear File:


Postcards:


Acrylic Smartphone Stand (2,000 yen + tax):


Windbreaker (5,000 yen + tax):


"Challenge for Antarctic" Glass (1,000 yen + tax):


The collaboration runs from March 16-25 at the Cure Maid Cafe in Akihabara.

 

>> Cure Maid Cafe/A Place Further Than the Universe Collab Page

>> Watch A Place Further Than the Universe on Crunchyroll


Source: Anime! Anime!

 

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Kara Dennison is responsible for multiple webcomics, serves as community manager for (Re)Generation Who and PotterVerse, and is half the creative team behind the OEL light novel series Owl's Flower. She blogs at karadennison.com and tweets @RubyCosmos.

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