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CEBU: Cos Cafe

Another kawaii discovery. Cos means cosplay and Cos Cafe which located in JY Square in Cebu is a haven for anime and manga-lovers. My friend introduced me to this cafe since her daughters always visit this place.



Located at the second floor of JY Square in Lahug, Cos Cafe looks so even from the outside. If you are a fan of anime, mangas and cosplaying, you'll definitely enjoy going here. Even the staff is dressed as if they're cosplaying.


Here's a nice corner upon entering the door. The stuff on display are not just for visual purposes, some of them are also for sale as well.


Here are some of the minifigs for sale.


Here's what we ate. There's really nothing to rave about the dishes.

Potato Salad.


Salad that comes with the karaage, I think.


Stir-Fried Chicken.


Tori Karaage.


That's me and my friend trying to blend in- haha. We fell in love the cherry blossom background though. :)




Cos Cafe
2floor JY Square
Lahug, Cebu City

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