Immersive Demon Slayer Restaurant Coming to Universal Studios Japan


Universal Studios Japan has announced a new themed restaurant, “Swordsmith Village Hyottoko Dining Hall” allowing visitors to immerse themselves into the world of “Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba” through a specially curated menu. The limited-time dining experience coincides with the opening of a VR roller coaster experience, Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba XR Ride.

The unique dining experience will be available at “SAIDO” in the New York area for a limited time from Friday, July 19, 2024, to Sunday, January 5, 2025.

The restaurant will feature the highly realistic Karakuri doll “Yoriichi Zero Type”, making for a perfect photo opportunity. The figure has been created with meticulous attention to detail by the Universal Studios Japan development team to perfectly recreate the state of Yoriichi when he was rebooted to train with Tanjiro, including his arm that was destroyed during his intense training with Muichiro, the texture of the doll, and his kimono.

The Mist Shokado Meal inspired by the cool, translucent aura of Muichiro Tokito, master of Mist Breathing offers beef steak, roasted cutlassfish, assorted tempura, sashimi, assorted side dishes, plus savoury custard, miso soup, and rice.

The Vibrant Sushi Mea, inspired by the radiant and free-spirited Mitsuri Kanroji, the Love Hashira features assorted sushi (Sardine, Trout Salmon, Pickled Daikon, Yellowfin Tuna, Great Amberjack, Crabmeat, Ikura), assorted tempura, side dishes and miso soup.

Plant-based guests will be delighted with the Serene Plant-Based Meal inspired by this steadfast Stone Hashira. The set menu features multi-grain rice with beans, okra with enoki mushrooms and grated mountain yam, inaniwa-style udon, and side dishes including fried lotus root tofu and sashimi yuba.

Young guests won’t miss out, with a delicious kids’ meal presented in stacked boxes revealing dishes inspired by Tanjiro, Nezuko, and Genya. Dishes include hamburg steak with teriyaki sauce, creamy scallop croquette, inca-no-mezame potato, rolled omelette, eel and shrimp chirashi sushi.

The dessert menu includes a Deluxe Berries & Chocolate Parfait, inspired by Tengen Uzui, the flashy and vibrant Sound Hashira, and Swirling Black Sesame Mousse inspired by the Serpent Hashira.

A range of specialty drinks will also be available. Choices include Sudachi-Scented Cerulean Soda (left), Flower-Scented Grape Drink (middle) and Mint-Scented Stormy Ginger (right.)

Located at the Food cart in front of Space Fantasy – The Ride, guests can enjoy the Sword Training! Tanjiro and Kotetsu Chocolate Churritos inspired by Tanjiro, and the Nezuko’s Strawberry & Matcha Whipped Topping Donut inspired by the lovable Nezuko.

Other on-the-go items include the Inosuke’s Headlong Rush! Churritos — Chocolate & Chestnut and Zenitsu’s Thunderclap and Flash Roll Croissant — Chocolate, located at the food cart in front of Cinema 4-D Store.

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