The Eorzea Cafe is a Final Fantasy XIV-themed cafe located in Tokyo's Akihabara district.
Modeled after the in-game location, the Carline Canopy, and named after the country Eorzea, where the game takes place, the cafe is the result of a collaboration effort between Square Enix and the entertainment company Pasela.
Located on the 2nd floor, the cafe opened on the 31st July, 2014. The cafe's décor includes replicas of items from the game, such as weapons, armor, and moogles, as well as a giant map of the game world. The cafe also has computers where patrons can play the game. The food and drinks served at the cafe are Final Fantasy XIV themed; the menu has 35 articles of food, and 55 articles of drink. Some of the drinks are named and presented after alchemy recipes familiar from the game.
Square Enix has prior experience with Final Fantasy-themed catering from their Cafe Artnia, located outside the official Square Enix building in Tokyo, that sells food and cocktails and other goods such as merchandise. The cafe occasionally pops up temporarily for events in other parts of Japan, such as Osaka and Yokohama. (More...)
Promotional artwork entitled "Embrace in Green" from Final Fantasy V, by Yoshitaka Amano. "Embrace in Green" depicts an unknown woman, perhaps Siren. It is one of several Amano drawings that was released with the original Final Fantasy V. "Embrace in Green" and other Final Fantasy V promotional artwork is colorful and lighthearted, similar to Amano's Final Fantasy III artwork. In contrast, Final Fantasy VI promotional artwork is primarily in black and white, befitting the darker turn the series took after the comical V.