The 4th collaboration between the TV anime “Attack on Titan” and “cookpadLive cafe,” “cookpadLive Giant Festival vol. 4,” is being held simultaneously at two locations in Tokyo and Osaka.

The original story of “Attack on Titan” is a dark fantasy serialized in “Bessatsu Shonen Magazine” by Isayama Hajime from 2009 to 2021. The 34-volume comic series has sold more than 110 million copies worldwide and has become a social phenomenon, creating a sensation not only in Japan but also in other countries.
The series has been adapted into an animated TV series and a variety of other media mixes, and even after its serialization ended, the work continues to boast enormous popularity.

In the first part of “The Final Season” broadcast on March 3, 2023, Eren, who is trying to destroy the world, invokes “Jinarashi” (lit translated ground rumbling). This causes countless Titans to begin their march, trampling down everything in their path. Mikasa, Armin, Jean, Connie, Hange, Reiner, Annie, Pieck, and the mortally wounded Levi are the only ones left to fight a final battle to stop Eren. The second part will be broadcast in the fall of 2023.

At “cookpadLive Giant Festival vol. 4,” during the period, the character-inspired “Fight! Fight!” cream croquettes, “Thanks for being with me…” pie bouche with red scarf, “You weren’t wrong, were you?” and “You’re right…” Blue Sea Risotto, and other food and drinks will be served. Food and sweets can be ordered as a souvenir set for an additional fee.

In addition, a sticker (total of 6 types) will be given at random when ordering food, and a trading card (total of 6 types) will be given at random when ordering drinks. Be sure to get your hands on these goods featuring cute Eren, Mikasa, Armin, and others in chef’s costumes.

“cookpadLive Titan Festival Vol. 4″ will be held at cookpadLive cafe Omotesando and Shinsaibashi until May 14. For reservation information, please visit the official website. Titan Festival merchandise is also on sale, so be sure to check it out.
(*CookpadLive cafe Hakata Marui Concept Shops are selling only goods until April 30.)

(C) Isayama Hajime, Kodansha / “Attack on Titan” The Final Season Production Committee