Bad Badtz-Maru and Gudetama Pop-Up Café In Singapore, Starting 30 July 2020 Near Bugis

Bad Badtz-Maru is like one of my favourite childhood toy (am I revealing my age?) due to his weird facial expressions. Before the term “RBF” became famous, there was already Bad Badtz-Maru. Singapore will be having its first Gudetama X Bad Badz Maru pop-up café, at where else, Kumoya Café from 30 July 2020 (Thurs).
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Bad Badtz-Maru is like one of my favourite childhood toy (am I revealing my age?) due to his weird facial expressions. Before the term “RBF” became famous, there was already Bad Badtz-Maru.

Singapore will be having its first Gudetama X Bad Badz Maru pop-up café, at where else, Kumoya Café from 30 July 2020 (Thurs).

For those who are of a different generation, Bad Badtz-Maru (バッドばつ丸) is a male penguin with spiky hair.

In Japanese, “badtz” (batsu) is a term for “X”, the cross signifying a wrong answer. “Maru” means circle or “O”, and signifies a correct answer. Thus, his name figuratively means “wrong-correct”.

This is the first-ever cross-over pop-up café between 2 beloved Sanrio characters in Singapore and South East Asia.

This new double-team pop-up cafe will showcase new kawaii graphics never seen before for the pop-up café.

Since National Day is coming, the theme of “SingapoLAH!” is quite apt, in which dishes feature Gudetama and Bad Badtz-Maru will spout our very own brand of Singlish phrases.

Kumoya is a Japanese-French café which offers food with no pork and lard, and no alcohol. It is no stranger to character cafes, also behind Miffy Café, Cinnamoroll Café, Tokidoki, to Pusheen Cafe pop-up concepts.

The menu will features themed 5 mains, 4 desserts and 6 beverages, specially designed by @LittleMissBento (Shirley Wong) together with the Kumoya kitchen team.

Shirley is also behind the menu design of several character cafes in Singapore, including the Gudetama Café and My Melody Café Singapore at Suntec City – both closed last year. So this is a revival of sorts.

Take note that the café is not Halal-certified, though it has no pork, no lard and no alcohol served.

Bad Badtz-Maru and Gudetama Pop-Up Café
Kumoya @ 8 Jalan Klapa Singapore 199320
Opening Hours: 12.00pm – 9.30pm, Last Order 30 minutes before closing (Tues – Sun) Closed Mon

Duration: 30 July 2020 (Thurs) to 1 Nov 2020 (Sun)

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