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Detective Conan rides again

Jul 23. 2019
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By The Nation

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Parco (Singapore) and Japanese bakery Bake A Wish J H C are bringing back the Detective Conan Cafe to Bangkok for a limited period. The second edition of the pop-up cafe will be open from August 1 to September 15 at Bake A Wish on the ground floor of Siam Center.

The new Detective Conan Cafe concept is inspired by both the television version of “Detective Conan” and the theme of the latest movie “Detective Conan: The Fist of Blue Sapphire”, which is slated for release here on August 8. in Thailand.

This year, the Cafe is going local to celebrate the cultural and culinary richness of Thailand with a main visual featuring a characteristic Thai motif and a menu that includes a reinvented version of the distinctive Thai curry. Customers, locals and tourists alike will enjoy a unique mix of Japanese anime pop culture with several elements of local identity.

Original collectibles such as movie-scene cards and acrylic key chains will be available and fans can enjoy the Café’s Original Takeaway dessert at 13 Bake a Wish outlets. Detective Conan Café’s original menu provides six main courses, four desserts and four beverages. The original takeaway dessert features four cakes.

Visitors can also have fun at an original goods booth and a Mystery Walking Rally on the theme of Detective Conan.

The “Detective Conan Cafe Station” boasts a range of original limited goods, Detective Conan pre-order goods and movie memorabilia while “The Phantom Quest” is a Mystery Walking Rally where participants are invited to solve a mystery like Detective Conan while walking through Siam Center. The quest is available from August 1 to 18 and entrance fee is Bt150.

The cafe is open at 11 am and the last order at 9.30pm.

For more information, please visit Facebook.com/ConanCafeBKK

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