Demon Slayer restaurant at USJ


Aside from the Demon Slayer VR ride that will be arriving in Universal Studios Japan in September, Demon Slayer fans now have one more reason to visit the amusement park. As part of the USJ x Demon Slayer collaboration event, the park will be opening a Demon Slayer restaurant with life-size models of Hashira members, Giyu and Shinobu. It will run from 17th September 2021 to 13 February 2022.


Demon Slayer Wisteria restaurant


demon slayer restaurant - wisteria restaurant
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Universal Studios Japan

The restaurant is called Fuji no Hana no Shokujidokoro, which roughly translates to Wisteria Restaurant. It gets its name from the abundance of wisterias used to decorate the place. As wisterias are used in the anime to ward off demons, you will be able to eat your meal in the restaurant without worrying about any demons attacking.

demon slayer restaurant - ao no gozen
Ao no gozen meal
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The restaurant offers many Hashira member-inspired meals. This includes the Ao no gozen, a meal inspired by Water Hashira Tomioka Giyu. It features his favourite salmon with radish placed in a small bowl.

demon slayer restaurant - modern sushi set
Modern sushi set
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The modern sushi set is a meal made with Sound Hashira Tengen Uzui in mind. It features his favourite grilled puffer fish, decorated with plum sauce to recreate the pattern around Uzui’s left eye.

demon slayer restaurant - haikara pork cutlet set
Haikara pork cutlet set
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The haikara pork cutlet set is decorated with many hearts to showcase Love Hashira Mitsuri Kanroji’s image as The Pillar of Love. It also includes her favourite sakura mochi as a side dish.

demon slayer restaurant - desserts
From left to right: Ice cream with butterfly jelly, rice cakes with matcha ice cream
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For desserts, the Wisteria restaurant has Insect Hashira Shinobu Kocho’s ice cream with butterfly jellies, and Wind Hashira Sanemi Shinazugawa’s favourite rice cakes, with chestnuts, shiratama mochi, and matcha ice cream as toppings.

demon slayer restaurant - drinks
From left to right: Blackcurrant yogurt drink, Blue sky soda, Houjicha milk tea
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There are also Hashira members-inspired drinks such as the Snake Hashira Obanai Iguro’s blackcurrant yogurt drink, Mist Hashira Muichiro Tokito’s blue sky soda, and Stone Hashira Gyomei Himejima’s hojicha milk tea.

demon slayer restaurant - giyu eyes
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Universal Studios Japan

But that’s not all, as there are life-size models of Hashira members, Giyu and Shinobu, in the Wisteria restaurant.

demon slayer restaurant - giyu hands
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Universal Studios Japan

These life-size models are meticulously crafted, judging from its texture and details of the character in the anime.


Other goods & activities at the Demon Slayer restaurant


demon slayer restaurant - photoshoot
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Universal Studios Japan

If you want your very own picture with life-size Giyu and Shinobu, you can also request the staff to take photos for you. However, do take note that this is a paid service, and there are certain rules you need to adhere to, such as not touching the life-size models, and not to bring any food into the photoshoot area.

demon slayer restaurant - cookies and tea set
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Universal Studios Japan

demon slayer restaurant - wisteria charm
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@ufotable

Cookies and tea sets are also available for purchase. The design of the pouch containing the cookies and tea is based on the wisteria flower-scented charms in the anime.


Visit the Demon Slayer restaurant at USJ


Now is your chance to taste the delicacies that the best Demon Slayers savor in the anime. The Demon Slayer wisteria restaurant will be making its way to USJ on 17th September 2021, and it will be located in the New York area of the park.

Details of the prices of the meals, the goodies, and the photoshoot session are still unconfirmed, so do check out the official site for future updates.

Address: 2 Chome-1-33 Sakurajima, Konohana Ward, 554-0031 Osaka
Opening hours: 9AM-7PM, Daily (Opening hours may change, so do check their schedule before going)
Admission: A 1-day pass retails at ¥8,200 (~USD74.44) for those aged 12 and above, ¥5,400 (USD49.02) for children aged 4 to 11, and ¥7,400 (~USD67.17) for seniors aged 65 and above. You can buy your tickets on their website.
Telephone: 05-7020-0606
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