Themed cafes are a big part of Japanese fan culture, and thanks to the county’s love of cuteness, there’s many characters from non-Japanese creators that also get the themed cafe treatment. This includes the Moomins and the creations of Beatrix Potter.

In fact, Peter Rabbit has his own eatery in Japan that fans can enjoy, called the ‘Peter Rabbit Garden Cafe’. There’s two branches, with one in Jiyugaoka in Tokyo, and one in Yokohama. The Jiyugaoka location is currently celebrating seven years since it opened, and 120 years since the publication of the Peter Rabbit stories. Some special events have been announced for this happy occasion.

This includes some new British cuisine-inspired menu items, such as a rabbit-themed pie served on a two-tier stand, and a vegetable curry inspired by Mr. McGregor’s farm.

The cafe itself is also decorated for the celebration with new story panels, which apparently give away the secret of the cafe’s food.

But if you can’t make it to Jiyugaoka, you can still enjoy some character-inspired baked goods at home by ordering from the cafe’s online shop.

Limited edition anniversary goods are on offer too such as this adorable mug.

For the full menu and prices check out the cafe’s website, where you can also book ahead.

By - grape Japan editorial staff.