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Ikea has finally become a regular presence in central Tokyo, now with three downtown locations: Harajuku, Shibuya and Shinjuku. In addition to offering affordable flatbed furniture, Ikea stores in Tokyo also have a cafe serving the brand’s signature Swedish meatballs, vegan dishes and even seasonal matcha desserts. Now for Halloween, Ikea Japan has a menu of spooky desserts up to Sunday October 31.

Photo: Ikea Japan

One of the main items for Halloween are black pancakes (¥ 700), made with bamboo charcoal for that dark color. The pancakes are served with a handful of berries, whipped cream, a bat-shaped cookie, and a meringue eye.

Ikea Japan Halloween Menu
Photo: Ikea Japan

The black chiffon cake (¥ 250) is also made with bamboo charcoal and topped with jam and cranberry cream.

Ikea Japan Halloween Menu
Photo: Ikea Japan

Continuing with the black theme, there is also a black pudding with sesame (¥ 290) with a bright yellow cat’s eye.

Ikea Japan Halloween Menu
Photo: Ikea Japan

from Ikea donuts (¥ 250 each) were given a whimsical twist with the addition of meringue eyeballs and colorful frosting.

Ikea Japan Halloween Menu
Photo: Ikea Japan

The classic vanilla soft serve is transformed into a bloody sundae (¥ 250) with berry sauce and a finger-shaped cookie with an almond “nail”. Finger cookies can also be purchased separately, at 120 each.

Ikea Japan Halloween Menu
Photo: Ikea Japan

Or, get the spooky cookies in a Swedish flatbread known as tunnbrod. This Halloween special is called the bloody tunnbrod (¥ 250), and is served with a finger cookie, whipped cream and a “bloody” berry sauce.

Ikea Japan Halloween Menu
Photo: Ikea Japan

Pumpkin pie, do you like it? Go for the pumpkin pie (¥ 390) topped with small pieces of pumpkin and served with whipped cream.

Ikea Japan Halloween Menu
Photo: Ikea Japan

Sweet potato is another fall favorite in Japan. You can taste the tuber for dessert; there is the fried candied sweet potatoes (¥ 150) as well as the purple sweet potato cream served in a black cone (¥ 120).

Note that Halloween items may vary depending on the location of the store. You can consult the menu of each store on Ikea website. For more details on the Halloween Fair, visit here.

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