Alice in Fantasy Book is an adorable theme restaurant inspired by the story of Alice in the Wonderland. Knock on the gigantic hardcover book and you will gain entry into this delicately designed restaurant. Once inside it's like you've been transported through the rabbit hole and into Alice's world. The restaurant re-interprets classic fantasy tale with tea-cup shaped tables, romantic lighting, waitresses in blue Alice costumes and, of course, adorable and delicious dishes.
Born in Indonesia, introduced to Osaka with the traditional full hands treatments, the Balinese Spa is where your mind and body relax and get healed.
BISTRO French paradox offers traditional French cuisine infused with novel technique, featuring an array of meat dishes and a selection of fine Bordeaux wine picked especially by wine specialist company, Enoteca. Diners can also enjoy 12 varieties of wine used in the autumn festival Medoc Marathon.
Daichi no Okurimono means “gifts of earn”, as the name suggests this restaurant celebrates the good harvest by offering a wide variety of seasonal food, particularly appetizers, mains, healthy vegetables and even dessert, all prepared in Japanese way and in an all-you-can-eat style.
Conveniently located at only 5 minutes’ walk from Ueno Station, Daichi no Okurimono has become very popular among Japanese people because of the all-you-can-eat style, wide choices and good good quality.
Darts Bar Three Monkeys Café offers a wide range of entertainment facilities, including live sports TV, 10 dart boards, 1 billiard tables and 3 private karaoke rooms. You can also enjoy delicious dishes prepared by their hotel chef, complemented by a wide selection of drinks.
Located on the top floor of the Bali Tower in Tennoji Osaka is the Squall restaurant where you can enjoy the amazing view of Osaka City, grilled steak, seafood and wine are features.
Honey Toast Cafe is proud to present you their specialty honey toast and exclusive patisserie sweets.
As the name suggests, this restaurant is located on the 50th floor of the skyscraper in Shinjuku where you can have enjoy the amazing sky view. The view is even more breathtaking at night when the city is lit up by dazzling lights.
“Japanese fine dining” is the concept of this luxurious restaurant. The menu is exceptional and complimented by a exquisite selection of fine wines, signature dishes include roasted lobster, fresh sashimi and sushi and fillet steak.
A large karaoke chain store in Japan, Karaoke & Party Pasela offers mature Asian resort style rooms, decorated with healing and relaxing theme. Furniture is directly imported from Bali. It provides the most number of songs in the world (an extensive selection of Chinese and English songs as well) and authentic fresh cuisine.
The Kawaii Monster Cafe is the newest concept restaurant in Japan Tokyo’s Harajuku district, where is well-known as Japan’s mecca for zany subculture fashions and youth culture.
The Kawaii Monster Cafe is a collaboration between renowned Art Director Sebastian Masuda, a pioneer of Japanese kawaii (cute) culture, and Diamond Dining, presenting a variety of funky menus like Colorful Pretty Cake, Flashy Colors Big Parfait and Rainbow Color Pasta. The Cafe is a reflection of the unique culture and ambience of the Harajuku district and literally a gallery of Masuda’s art creations.
Enjoy the one-of-a-kind dining experience that can’t be found anywhere else but here!
Kitanokazoku is a Japanese-style bar featuring cuisine from Northern part of Japan. They make use of the freshest ingredients available to create seasonal dishes that taste best. Besides the main dining area, the restaurant also offers private rooms that are decorated in simple and traditional Japanese style, perfect for different occasions.
Want to have a little “time trip to old Kyoto” right at the heart of Tokyo? Kyomachi-Koisigure restaurant is the place cannot be missed.
The restaurant is located at just couple of minutes’ walking distance from Shinjuku Station. The nostalgic atmosphere, the old-style lanterns, the bright red bridges, the bamboo corridors and running stream and all that beautiful and warm touches make you feel like time-tripped to the old Kyoto a century ago. While visually mesmerising, its food embraces the classic essence of Japanese cuisine and update it with artful presentation.
A variety of large of small private rooms are available, some with garden view, some with cherry blossom view and more. Be sure to make booking in advance and enquire their seasonal menus.
Kyushu Kurodaiko is a cozy authentic Japanese restaurant serving local Kyushu food. Signature dishes include the specialty from Hakata - pan fried “Gyoza” (dumplings) and “Nabe” (hotpot), and specially from Miyazaki - fried chicken with tartar sauce. Compliment the authentic Kyushu food is a nice selection of Japanese sake and beer, making it a perfect place for chilling out with friends among local Japanese people afterwork.
French for "fish market," Marche aux Poissons offers its diners seafood with the taste of Southern France and the Mediterranean sea, imbued with the culinary stylings of Chef Matsushima.Diners can also enjoy French wine and 20 varieties of rum.The xx of Southern France awaits!
Temari is a traditional Japanese handball used as a toy. Nanairo Temariuta restaurant however turns the traditional Temari into beautiful giant ball-like space that guests can sit and eat inside. There is a round table placed at the centre of the Temari and comfortable seats placed around it that make it a cozy space for intimate chat and meet up with your friends and family.
In additional to the mesmerising traditional decor and ambience that could transport you back to centuries ago, the restaurant is also known for it’s Termai-like sushi, beautiful vegetable tofu as well as various Nabe(hot-pot).
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This is the world’s first haunted house where “all the staff are comedians”. Being take up by many Asian media, this is no ordinary fun house and it’s not only scary but there’s a lot of entertainment with laughs and all the participants working together toward a common final goal.
Come on to this most interesting haunted house in Japan, and the largest scale in western Japan!
Parco is one of the most famous fashion shopping center (SC) in Japan. Parco has been sending the latest fashion information both at home and abroad for over 40 years, under the mission to offer its customers high-quality and unique shopping experiences. Parco operates 19 stores from Hokkaido in the north to Kyushu in the south and is assumed as the sole nationwide fashion SC in Japan. Not limited to shopping, wide range of services such as culture, art and/or entertainment is available at Parco’s cordially established shopping and entertainment facilities. Through the wide variety of service, Parco is able to offer modern fashion and life style from various angles.
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Sengoku Buyyden is a theme restaurant about the Sengoku Period (the age of civil wars) where you will find colourful armors at the entrance, famous warrior names on the wall, printed flags of the family crests of those warriors, all these elements add so much fun to your dining experience in additional to sampling the delectable cuisine served here.
No matter if you are a fan of the history, this is definitely one of the highlights of your trip in Japan Tokyo.