Wonderland Restaurants In Japan
These are the coolest restaurants I have ever seen, my need to visit Japan has got even bigger! Enjoy and be inspired!
Alice in Wonderland is very popular in Japan so Diamond Dining have created several cafe/ restaurants with variations of the theme.
“Alice in an Magic Land”
“Alice in an old Castle”
“Alice in a Labyrinth”
“Alice in Dancing Land”
“Alice in a Picture Book”
“Alice in Fantasy Land”
Alice in Magic Land – Restaurant (Tokyo/ Japan)
At “Alice in Magic Land” you can eat food inspired by the theme and enjoy a world of wonder and fantasy. The restaurant features playing card dining tables, booths in a hedge mazes and heart-shaped chandeliers.
Alice in an Old Castle – Restaurant (Tokyo/ Japan)
At “Alice in an Old Castle” the lavish decor suggests dining in an fantasy castle. Host a party and dine on a festive long table or in a private booth seamed with velvety curtains. You can also be seated inside the mermaid cave or inside a giant queen chandelier draped with crystal beads – the choice is yours!
Building 3 B1 171-0022
2-16-8 Minami-Ikebukuro Fujikyu building east
Alice in a Labyrinth – Restaurant (Tokyo/ Japan)
“Alice in a Labyrinth” is located in Tokyo’s Ginza district. Upon arrival you make your way down a hallway of book pages bearing the original Alice illustrations. The restaurant’s interior features giant playing card tables, dining booths inside a big teacup and of course the waitresses sporting Alice gear.
Alice in Dancing Land – Restaurant (Tokyo/ Japan)
“Alice in Dancing Land” has a seating area underneath a festive carousel. The Cheshire cat dance floor and magical decor enhance the wonderland feeling.
Address: 150-0042 Tokyo, Shibuya-ku, Udagawa-cho No. 16 No.9 zero gate Underground 1F
More pics (also of the food) on their facebook page
Alice in a Picture Book – Restaurant (Tokyo/ Japan)
This Shinjuku restaurant has lots of grand chandeliers and the Alice themed wallpaper gives a feel of dining inside a picture book.
Alice in Fantasy Land – Restaurant (Osaka/ Japan)
Address: 1-8-1, Shibata, Kita-Ku, Osaka-shi, Osaka 530-0012
Pics via their Facebook Page
AHHH these are all on my bucket list for Japan! 😀