For this final food item, I recommend bringing a friend.
Mother of god, they went full American on us. This is an EXTRA THICK HANITO (Japanese toast) topped with at least five pancakes, whipped cream, sugar-frosted berries, and what I’m guessing/hoping is honey. Plus a side of ice cream! It looks like at least half a loaf of bread. And for $12, that’s not bad.
After carbo-loading for three, possibly four marathons, you’re bound to be thirsty. Have no fear; these drinks are sold at all three locations for about $6.50.
If you go with Kimari’s drink, you shouldn’t need sugar ever again. This is a pudding drink consisting of milk and caramel, most likely like the ones Kimari drinks in the show.
Shirase’s drink is a little more Antarctica appropriate. This is a hot cranberry juice with lemon. Perfect for Antarctica’s conditions.
Our third drink, Hinata’s, is a mysteriously splendid experiment—kiwi gelatin, grapefruit juice, and a whipped cream pastry. I’d try this just to experience the flavor.
Our final drink is Yuzuki’s—the simplest of the bunch. It contains blue syrup, soda, and crushed gelatin. Maybe it’s supposed to be like an iceberg?
Bon Appétit. Get it while it’s hot!
And here’s the map! (Green is Location 1, Pink is Locations 2 & 3).