5 Alice in Wonderland Themed Cafe-Restaurants in Tokyo

5 Alice in Wonderland Themed Cafes in Tokyo

Alice in Wonderland has been quite popular in Japan, from fashion prints to themed-cafes. While browsing online for cute cafes to visit in Tokyo, I stumbled upon these 5 Alice in Wonderland themed cafes.  Wouldn’t it be so wonderful to visit these magical places to enjoy and experience an Alice in Wonderland theme?

These cafes are owned by Diamond Dining (there’s actually 6 of them and 1 is in Osaka).

The 5 Alice in Wonderland Cafe-Restaurants in Tokyo


According to their website description, ‘A big picture-book meets an entrance’. It is a door to Wonderland. Some of the tables in this cafe have a face card design and a black/white interior color.

Website: http://www.alice-restaurant.com/meikyu/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AliceInLabyrinth

Hours: Monday – Thursday 17:00 – 24:00, Friday & Saturday 17:00 – 4:00, Sunday & Holiday 17:00 – 23:00

Address: Sun building 5F, 8-8-5, Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 104-0061

Alice in a Labyrinth

Alice in a Labyrinth


This restaurant is located in Shinjuku, it has lots of grand chandeliers and a cool Alice wearing a crown wallpaper. There is a forest jewelry box gondola, Masquerade mirror, and more Alice fantasy inspired themes. Limited number of seats of up to 100 only.

Website: http://www.alice-restaurant.com/ehon/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AliceinPicturebook

Hours: Monday – Thursday: 17:00 – 2:00, Friday & Saturday 17:00 – 4:00, Sunday & Holiday 17:00 – 23:30

Address: Kabukicho, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 1-6-2 T-wing building B2F

Alice in Fantasy Book

Alice in Fantasy Book


A cafe-restaurant filled with different themes, green garden, red card wallpaper, and giant books. Max seats 140.

Website: http://www.alice-restaurant.com/maho/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AliceInMagicalLand

Hours: Daily 11:00 – 24:00

Address: 3rd Floor 160-0023 Tokyo Nishi-Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, 1-5-1 Shinjuku Nishiguchi Hulk Underground

Alice in Magical Land

Alice in Magical Land


Another wonderful location filled with different themes – queen crystal ball, magic mirror, temple of sea and mermaid cave. The design in this restaurant is simply beautiful especially the luxury curtains. Total seats 134.

Website: http://www.alice-restaurant.com/kojo/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ALICEinAncientCastle

Hours: Daily 17:00 – 23:30

Address: Building 3 B1 171-0022 Tokyo Toshima-ku, 2-16-8 Minami-Ikebukuro Fujikyu building east

Alice in an Old Castle

Alice in an Old Castle

5. ALICE IN A DANCING LAND (might be closed)

A very majestic restaurant that has a Masquerade wonderland, Jewelry Merry go round, Cheshire cat dance floor and secret tea party of hatter themes. The design is quite fun and lively. Max seats 95.

Website: http://www.alice-restaurant.com/buto/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Aliceindancingland

Hours: Daily Lunch 11:00 – 16:00, Dinner 17:00 – 23:30

Address: 150-0042 Tokyo, Shibuya-ku, Udagawa-cho No. 16 No.9 zero gate Underground 1F

Alice in a Dancing Land

Alice in a Dancing Land



A fantastic space that has an ‘Alice through the looking glass’ theme. Open floor under the beautiful chandelier. Also, this cafe has a ‘room of queen Alice’ with couple sofa seats.

Address: 1-8-1, Shibata, Kita-Ku, Osaka-shi, Osaka 530-0012

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ALICEinaFantasy

Alice in Fantasy Land

Alice in Fantasy Land


Special thanks to Diamond Dining for these lovely photos of Alice in Wonderland Restaurants.

Please visit their website for the latest updates on the restaurants.

It seems like each of these cafe-restaurants have special menus for their locations. Totally cute places to check out while in Tokyo. Which one would you like to visit?

Published 21 June, 2013

Posted in Cafe, Cafes in Japan, Cute Guide, Featured and tagged ,

7 thoughts on “5 Alice in Wonderland Themed Cafe-Restaurants in Tokyo

  1. Pat

    Hi there, could you please recommend a good Alice restaurant to go to if I can only go to one? My family of 5 (including my 3 daughters) will be visiting Tokyo in Nov and would love to try out the Alice restaurant.. We will be staying at Shinjuku area but plan to travel to different places during our trip there..

  2. Pat

    btw, i saw some reviews on tripadvisor but only for the Ginza branch.. so i’m not sure if the Shinjuku one is also good? thank you for your advice!

  3. M

    Hi! Do you have any idea which are the nearest train stations for #3 Alice in Magical Land and #5 Alice in Dancing Land?
    #3’s address says shinjuku but it seems to be in shibuya so it’s kinda confusing.

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