Here's A Japanese Pizza Hut That Looks... Different

Here's a Japanese Pizza Hut That looks...Different

A Pizza Hut in Tokyo looks, well, not quite like the other Pizza Huts in Japan — or anywhere else, for that matter. Starting today, the branch in the Kanda neighbourhood has morphed into the "Otonokizaka branch" in honour of popular anime/manga Love Live!

Here's a Japanese Pizza Hut That looks...Different

This particular Pizza Hut serves Akihabara, which is the city's geek and electronics district.

Here's a Japanese Pizza Hut That looks...Different

Love Live! follows the adventures of schoolgirls who become idols to prevent their beloved school, Otonokizaka Academy, from shuttering.

Here's a Japanese Pizza Hut That looks...Different

The delivery motorcycles are wrapped in the schoolgirl characters, and pizzas come in special, limited-edition Love Live! boxes.

Here's a Japanese Pizza Hut That looks...Different

It seems as though this whole thing might have been inspired by Domino's Hatsune Miku campaign in Japan. Perhaps!

The campaign ends on 30 March 2014, when this Pizza Hut reverts to its old self.

ラブライバーたちよ、ミューズからピザが届くぞ! [ツキャッチ]

Photos: AnimeSuga_JP, Kaztsu, Kaztsu, Kaztsu, Kaztsu, Hayabusa


Comments

    Still probably delivery by some fat mid aged hairy guy.

    how is anything considered "different" in Japan. This is part of the norm.

      I have to agree. These kinds of promotions and stunts happen every other week. It's actually kind of cool how pop up event culture has taken off in Japan.

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