Gundam wages war on hunger, wallets with new cafe and store

After more than three decades, Gundam shows little signs of slowing down. Amid the international celebration of the model kit's 35th anniversary, Bandai is debuting a combination cafe and store devoted to Gundam in Suita, Japan.

Opening Nov. 19, the 3,860-square-foot Gundam Square will feature a Gundam-themed menu, which includes "Char Zaku Curry," a substantial shop stocked with merchandise, and exhibition space.

According to Crunchyroll, the opening attraction will be a 1/10th-scale statue of Gundam Barbados mobile suit from the upcoming television anime, Mobile Suit Gundam: Iron-Blooded Orphans.

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