FFXIV Eorzea Cafe in Kyoto and Nagoya Will Have Capsule Hotels


Square Enix announced that FFXIV Eorzea Cafe locations will open in Kyoto and Nagoya for a limited time, which will include collaboration with capsule hotels. The Eorzea Cafe locations in Kyoto and Nagoya will remain open from June 15 to August 31, 2022. Reservations will begin on June 1, 2022. Each location will feature unique inspired rooms at a designated capsule hotel. The Kyoto FFXIV Eorzea Cafe location will have 6 themed rooms available, whereas the Nagoya location will have 12.

The FFXIV Eorzea Cafe capsule hotel themes at the Kyoto location include:

  • Final Fantasy XIV Stormblood
  • The Garlean Empire

The themes available at the Nagoya location will be:

  • The Crystarium
  • Eulmore
  • Il Mheg
  • Amh Araeng
  • The Rak’tika Greatwood
  • The Tempest

Each room will feature a collage of images to reflect its individual theme. They will include pictures of significant characters, along with the area to create a sense of atmosphere. Additionally, those who stay at one of the capsule hotels during the collaboration period will be given a special keychain.

And, as always, the FFXIV Eorzea Cafe locations in Kyoto and Nagoya will feature themed menus. Square Enix has provided a preview of several menu items. The general theme of the cafe in Nagoya will be based on the Shadowbringers expansion, specifically the Eulmore location. The Kyoto location will see a menu inspired by the Stormblood expansion. Consumers who order from the menu will also be given a special placemat. The design will vary depending on location.

Final Fantasy XIV is available for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and PC.

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