The long-running franchise Detective Conan is releasing its 21st film installment next month entitled “Detective Conan: Kara Kurenai no Love Letter“. To celebrate and promote this new movie, they will be opening the largest Detective Conan Cafe to date.
The cafe will be open to the public beginning March 30th in the Omohara Station pop-up space in Tokyo’s Harajuku district. There will be a total of 11 Detective Conan cafes opening all over Japan, including Kyoto, Nagoya, and Osaka.
Aside from food themed around the characters of the show, the cafe in Harajuku will also replicate some food served in “Cafe Poirot“, the cafe below the Mouri Detective Agency seen in the anime and manga.
As with many officially licensed cafes, they will be giving away goodies like tote bags, “kinchaku” drawstring pouches and the customary coasters. The cafes are temporary and will close up shop on May 7th.
The film, Crimson Love Letter, will be directed by Kobun Shizuno and written by Takeharu Sakurai. The plot involves a mysterious bombing, high-profile murder, and shady conspiracies and it will all be up to Conan to unravel the mysteries and close the case.
Detective Conan: Kara Kurenai no Love Letter premieres April 15th.