Monster Hunter 20th anniversary menu at Capcom Cafe
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Capcom Cafe Reveals Monster Hunter 20th Anniversary Menu

Capcom has started revealing its Monster Hunter 20th anniversary menu, which will be available for a limited time at Capcom Cafe. The company will regularly rotate the food menu every two weeks in this long-running campaign, which will run from April 2024 to July 2024. It first revealed some of the entries for the earlier half inspired by the early series games.

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The campaign will launch on April 12, 2024, with a Kokoto Village lunch set from the first Monster Hunter and a Well-Done Steak plate dish from Monster Hunter Freedom. On April 26, 2024, the cafe will swap them with a Jumbo Village salad donburi from Monster Hunter 2 and Pokke Village’s Pappara Pasta (displayed on the image as #1) from Monster Hunter Freedom 2.

The food menu will change again on May 10, 2024, with a Pokke Village shrimp and onigiri set (#2) from Monster Hunter Freedom Unite and a Yukumo Village udon from the Japan-exclusive Monster Hunter Portable 3rd. Prices for the food menu will range from 1,430 yen to 1,980 yen ($9.40~$13.00).

Capcom also revealed a Tigrex energy drink (#3), Rathalos strawberry soda (#4), and Electrified Zinogre blue soda (#5). These drinks will be available for a longer period from April 12, 2024, to May 23, 2024. A Nargacuga cola will complete the lineup, and each drink will cost 880 yen (~$5.80).

None of the entries in this list will be available after May 23, 2024. Capcom will publish a new menu for the second half that runs from May 24, 2024, in the near future.

Capcom Cafe will not be the only place where people can taste Monster Hunter-themed food in Japan during the series’ major anniversary year. Capcom is also working with other Japanese companies like the bakery company Oisis and the sushi restaurant chain Sushiro.

The Monster Hunter 20th anniversary menu will be available at Capcom Cafe outlets in Ikebukuro, Tokyo and Umeda, Osaka from April 12, 2024, to July 4, 2024.

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