Alice in Wonderland Restaurant in Tokyo, Japan

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Living

Like something right out of Tim Burton’s movie, this whimsical Alice in Wonderland restaurant was designed by the team at the Japan based creative studio Fantastic Design Works.

Opened by the folks at Diamond Dining, this is actually the fourth installment in a series of Alice in Wonderland restaurants, and this particular one is located in Tokyo, Japan. The restaurant has been decked out in amazing decor, but to really make you feel like you’re a part of the story originally written by Charles Lutwidge Dodgson, the waitresses are all dressed in the classic blue and white Alice costumes. The 2,254 square foot restaurant is nestled specifically in Tokyo’s Ginza shopping district, and is officially opened for business. Check out some of the photos of this magical restaurant below.

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