Square Enix has announced that Final Fantasy VII Remake cafés will open in Japan to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the original game’s release. Square Enix is honoring the 35th anniversary of the Final Fantasy series this year as well as FF7’s 25th anniversary, which started in January.
Square Enix’s Final Fantasy 7 is one of their most popular franchises, and it’s been featured in a lot of items over time. Action figurines, apparel, and even perfumes based on Cloud and Sephiroth have been made for fans, allowing them to express their passion for the game in a variety of ways. The characters from FF7 Remake have appeared on a wide variety of products, including t-shirts, mugs, and more. There will be no limit to the number of merchandise options for the FF7 Remake series because it is being made into a series of games.
Japan’s FF7 Remake festivities began earlier than expected, despite Square Enix’s pledge to provide further information in June. According to Famitsu, the official Square Enix website has announced the opening of two Final Fantasy VII Remake Anniversary cafés in Tokyo, one at the Artnia Cafe and the other at the Square Enix Cafe. The menu will change on July 2 and remain thus until the end of the week of July 22. A blue Materia candy bar will be available in the cafés, which will be decorated to resemble the games’ blue Materia.
Exclusive items, such as placemats, coasters, and drink muddlers, will be available at the Final Fantasy VII Remake Anniversary Cafe. At a later date, Tifa’s Seventh Heaven drink, Cid’s tea, or even Cloud’s favorite Butterfingers candy bars will be featured on the menu, which will be presented at a later date. We’re going to be selling Remake and Compilation of Final Fantasy 7 items at the cafe as well. Each badge shows a different Cloud character, from his 3D PS1 form to the Cloud who wears a dress in the Wall Market part of FF7 Remake.
Foreigners who wish to visit the FF7 cafés in Japan but can’t get into the nation because of the country’s tight borders are likely out of luck for the time being. Fans of Final Fantasy 7 who live outside of Japan will have to be patient if they want to get their hands on Materia sweets from the game’s 30th and 35th-anniversary celebrations hosted by Square Enix. Final Fantasy VII Remake Part 2 should be out by then, so fans will have even more goods to choose from.