Manga sushi restaurant
Posted 12/30/08
hey everyone! if u like manga (obviously since ur on crunchy) and sushi, both at the same time , then u should take a look at this amazing restaurant....

anyone ever try it?
Posted 12/31/08 , edited 12/31/08
I've no idea what you're talking about. Can you at least provide some links to it? A little background info? Is this a manga's title? Do so because if you don't, the mods will lock your thread.
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Posted 12/31/08
Ok..just WTF? What are you talking about? Is it like a restaurant that sells sushi and manga or something or is it a manga about sushi? Can you please make it clear what your talking abut
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Posted 12/31/08
Lol could you provide some pictures or information about that restaurant? ^^
Posted 12/31/08
waaaaaaaaait.. what is this about??


a cooking manga..?

or a restaurant that has manga AND sushi?

pls be clear..

and links would be nice so we dun have to scour the internet for this said restaurant.
Posted 12/31/08
I don't get what you mean.........
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Posted 12/31/08

downloadop wrote:

hey everyone! if u like manga (obviously since ur on crunchy) and sushi, both at the same time , then u should take a look at this amazing restaurant....

anyone ever try it?


yes, please be more clear, what is it you are telling us about?
Posted 12/31/08 , edited 12/31/08
it's actually an anime/manga based restaurant, take a look:



u can read manga while eating and they have those weird screens on the walls where pretty old anime rolls
=)
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Posted 12/31/08 , edited 12/31/08
In Japan manga-cafes are a very common thing.


A manga café (漫画喫茶, マンガ喫茶, mangakissa?, "kissa" being short for "kissaten" which means café or cafeteria) is a kind of café in Japan where people can read manga. People pay for the time they stay in the café. Most manga cafés also offer internet access like internet cafés (ネットカフェ, netto kafe?) and vice versa, making the two terms mostly interchangeable in Japan. Additional services include video games, television, snack/beverage vending machine, and more. Like Japanese cafés in general, smoking is usually permitted.

For an hour stay, the cost is generally about 400 yen, with most places requiring customers to pay this as a minimum even if leaving earlier. Some manga cafés offer a service where one can rest for the night.
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Posted 1/1/09 , edited 1/1/09
Oh....So thats what you mean.

OMG that is so cool! I wish there were ones close to where I live, it'd be so awesome, I would go to it at least once a week with my friends >w<
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