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Kabuki Cafe

This quick service kiosk is located at the front of the Japan pavilion, right next to the pagoda. It was recently expanded to offer more than the traditional kakigori (Japanese shave ice with flavored syrups), including hot snacks and sushi. It also offers alcoholic beverages (Kirin beer, plum wine, and sake) and non-alcoholic drinks, including the Japanese soda, RAMUNE.

General Information - Hide Section
  • Location: At the front on the side nearest the American pavilion.
  • Date Opened: July 25, 2011
  • Seating: None
  • Service Type: Counter service
  • Children's Meals: No
  • Vegetarian Options: Yes
  • Annual Pass Discount: No
  • Reservations: No
 
Menu Information - Hide Section

Menu as of April 2012

Kakigori

Strawberry, melon, cherry, mikan (tangerine), or rainbow. $3.50
Add special toppings: sweet milk, sweet strawberry, or sweet cherry. $1.00 each

Cup Ice Cream

Green tea (matcha), ginger, or Azuki strawberry. $3.50

Smoothie

Strawberry or daily special. $5.25

Snacks

Edamame or Miso Soup. $3.50

Otsumami

Wafu Ribs - $6.00
Karaage - $5.00

Sushi

California Roll or Spicy Tuna Roll - $8.50
Tokyo Sushi - $10.65

Drinks

Coke, Diet Coke, Sprite, Dasani bottled water, coffee (hot/iced), or hot chocolate. $2.50
Green Tea Match Latte - $4.50
Japanese Soda, RAMUNE - $3.25
Kirin Draft Beer - $8.00
Plum Wine or Sake (Hot/Cold) - $6.00

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History and Trivia - Hide Section
  • Previously a small kiosk that sold only kakigori and limited beverage options. Name was changed to Kabuki Cafe in July 2011 and menu was expanded to include hot foods and additional snack options.


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