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Hana Yori Dango Café (花より男子カフェ () ) was a promotional event for the phone app, Hana Yori Dango: F4 and First Kiss. It was held at Sweets Paradise in Shibuya, Tokyo starting on October 9, 2015. The event was originally going to end on January 10, 2016,[1] however it was popular enough to be extended to January 28.[2]

Sweets Paradise provided an all-you-can-eat menu as well as a collaboration menu, which were items inspired by the F4 characters. Those who ordered from the latter menu received either limited edition F4 stickers or coasters.[3] The F4-inspired menu was changed to feature new items on November 21, 2015.[4]


The outside of Hana Yori Dango Café in Shibuya

On October 5, 2015, Voltage announced a collaboration with Sweets Paradise for a café inspired by their Hana Yori Dango: F4 and First Kiss.[5] It opened on October 9 at Sweets Paradise in Shibuya, Tokyo. Akihiro Yokota (横田 晃洋 () ), the then president of Voltage,[6] and Kazuyuki Masuda (益田 和之 () ), then part of Shueisha's digital division,[7] spoke at the opening.[8] Daisuke Yamada (山田 大輔 () ), Voltage senior manager, introduced and answered questions about the app and café.[9][10]



Food Menu (October 9 – November 22, 2015)

Food Menu (November 21, 2015 – January 28, 2016)

  • Tsukasa Domyoji: Parfait Set (道明寺 司 パフェセット () )
  • Rui Hanazawa: Recommended Ratatouille (花沢 類 おすすめラタトゥイユ () )
  • Sojiro Nishikado: Favorite Sesame Tofu (西門 総二郎 好物 ゴマ豆腐 () )
  • Akira Mimasaka: Roll Cake Set (美作 あきら ロールケーキセット () )

Drink Menu

  • Hot Drinks
    • Tsukasa Domyoji: Latte (道明寺 司 カフェラテ () )
    • Rui Hanazawa: Espresso (花沢 類 力フェモカ () )
    • Sojiro Nishikado: Matcha Latte (西門 総二郎 抹茶ラテ () )
    • Akira Mimasaka: Tea Latte (美作 あきら 紅茶ラテ () )
  • Cold Drinks
    • Orange Tea (オレンジティー () )
    • Peach Tea (ピーチティー () )
    • Elderflower Soda (エルダーフラワーソーダ () )
    • Coconut-Lime Soda (ココナッツライムソーダ () )

Limited Menu

  • F4 Pizza (F4ピザ () )
  • F4 Boys Set (F4男子セット () )

F4 clear files

Other goods

  • Original Calender 2016 (オリジナルカレンダー2016 () )
  • Tsukasa Domyoji Clear File (道明寺司 才リジナルクリアファイル () )
  • Rui Hanazawa Clear File (花沢類 才リジナルクリアファイル () )
  • Sojiro Nishikado Clear File (西門総二郎 才リジナルクリアファイル () )
  • Akira Mimasaka Clear File (美作あきら 才リジナルクリアファイル () )
  • F4 Original Macaroon Set (F4才リジナルマカロンセツト () )


Illustrations by Yoko Kamio

Four illustrations of the F4 members were specially drawn by Yoko Kamio and placed in the café. She finished the photos the day before the opening on October 8, 2015.[8][11]

Two 3-D art exhibits were featured at the event, including Tsukasa Domyoji doing a popular photo trend "Ago-kui"[12] and one of Rui Hanazawa on the famous stairwell were both available for fans to pose and take pictures with. 2-D photos of Sojiro Nishikado and Akira Mimasaka as well as a life-size panel of the F4 were also available.[1]


Users were available to enter a lottery after downloading the game.[13] The prizes were the following:

  1. iTunes or Google Play card (3,000 yen)
  2. Limited postcard
  3. Häagen-Dazs
  4. Red card

Voltage also held a campaign on Twitter from October 9, 2015 to January 28, 2016,[14] where a user could follow Voltage and retweet them for the chance to win limousine tickets.[3] Additionally, people making a purchase from the collaboration menu would receive limited edition F4 stickers and coasters.[15]


Saki with the 3-D Tsukasa


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