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    Default In anticipation of a Pen Posse visiting Japan

    I know that at some point we'll actually have a pen posse in Japan vs several of us individually traveling to Japan.

    So, I figured that I'd get that thought started here...

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    Default Re: In anticipation of a Pen Posse visiting Japan

    But there are so few Posse members who frequent this place! I'll certainly keep watch here, FB, FPN, etc. And hope all the good local members up there make this something that is planned many months in advance.
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    Default Re: In anticipation of a Pen Posse visiting Japan

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    Article:
    7 Character Cafes You Must Visit in Japan

    1. Pokemon Cafe (Tokyo)
    2. PEANUTS Cafe (Tokyo)
    3. PomPomPurin Cafe (Tokyo, Osaka, Yokohama, Nagoya)
    4. Shirokuma Cafe (Tokyo)
    5. Gudetama Cafe (Osaka)
    6. Gundam Cafe (Tokyo/Osaka)
    7. Final Fantasy Cafe (Tokyo/Osaka)

    8. Shirohige's Cream Puff Factory (Tokyo)
    Shirohige's Cream Puff Factory isn't really a themed cafe -- it's more a bakery and cafe that sells adorable Totoro cream puffs. But, we love it so much, we're including it in this list! Located in Tokyo's Setagaya neighborhood, you can either choose to dine in at TOLO, the cafe upstairs, where they serve main dishes like pasta, or takeaway a cream puff at the bakery downstairs. If there is space, we'd recommend snagging a table so you can enjoy your cream puff with a cup of delicious coffee.

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    Default Re: In anticipation of a Pen Posse visiting Japan

    Quote Originally Posted by Jon Szanto View Post
    But there are so few Posse members who frequent this place! I'll certainly keep watch here, FB, FPN, etc. And hope all the good local members up there make this something that is planned many months in advance.
    Yeah, but I'm not on FB so this (or FPN) is where I'll look and there were more comments here about tomorrow's posse than over on FPN.

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    Default Re: In anticipation of a Pen Posse visiting Japan

    Quote Originally Posted by tenney View Post
    I know that at some point we'll actually have a pen posse in Japan vs several of us individually traveling to Japan.

    So, I figured that I'd get that thought started here...
    I'm imagining a Viking row boat coming up through the bay, with Mount Fuji on the side. when it hits the beach, a horde of folk disembark scrambling up the beach whilst the locals look on bemused as their new guests demand directions to the ink, paper and pen stores.

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