Code Geass is a classic series, and the anime is coming up to the 15th anniversary since it first aired. To mark this momentous occasion, a temporary cafe is popping up in Tokyo. The cafe's run will also coincide with main character Lelouch’s birthday on 5th December, adding to the festivities.

The luxurious menu reflects Lelouch’s aristocratic background, such as the chicken steak with purple accents to reference his clothes (1650 yen).

The Suzaku themed main is a fancily presented demi-glace steak (1650 yen).

There’s also a shrimp and mushroom cream pasta inspired by the Ashford Academy (1320 yen) with a black plate representing the uniform and the school’s emblem.

The desserts go all in on the celebration theme, with a birthday cake for Lelouch (1100 yen).

The ‘Student Council Afternoon Tea Set’ is just as luxurious as you would expect (1980 yen).

Nunnally is represented by a beautifully arranged black tea whipped cream mille-feuille (1100 yen).

There’s also a Christmas parfait (1320 yen).

And a New Year parfait (1320 yen).

The drinks menu is filled with beverages themed around the various characters (880 yen each).

Lastly, there’s also the option for tea or coffee, made in the image of a tea party among the student council members (880 yen).

Fans can also pick up plenty of exclusive merchandise to commemorate the anniversary, from key chains to spoons.

The cafe will open on 2nd December and will be around until 23rd January 2022. Check out the website for the full menu, online booking and more information.

By - grape Japan editorial staff.