Amazing Alice in Wonderland-Themed Restaurant in Tokyo

Thanks to a friend with a mutual love of all things Alice in Wonderland, I stumbled across this link and had to share it here on ZannaLand. This is definitely yet another reason for me to get to Japan and I am definitely adding Alice of Magic World to my list of must-sees. They even have Chesire cat tail pizza slices and what looks like Cheshire cat face noodles too. I’m not sure I’d want to leave! Here’s the article originally posted at TrendHunter:

ALICE OF MAGIC WORLD

Tokyo is home to some odd theme restaurants, but Alice of Magic World is one I’d actually like to try. This eatery is inspired by the Lewis Carroll classic, and features several different “rooms” with aesthetics that channel the must-read children’s book.

The first two images depict the “forest” room. Neatly trimmed “hedges” made of carpet and immaculate topiaries are surrounded by checkered floors and walls, mirrors and odd-shaped doors. In another room, a heart-shaped table and chandelier made of hearts beckon an aspiring Queen of Hearts; nearby, playing card tables are set off by lush black banquettes and blood-red seats.

Alice of Magic World was designed by Fantastic Design Works Co., and is the fourth Alice in Wonderland-themed restaurant owned by its restaurant group.

Check out these surreal photos: (click to enlarge)

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Wonderland-like forest setting

 

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Of course, this picture reminds me of Tom Petty's "Don't Come Around Here No More" video...

 

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Queen of Hearts table, hopefully it does not include decapitation! 😉
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Love the original Alice in Wonderland illustrations here
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Larger than life books...
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Playing card tables...love the walls in this room!

  • Mrs. Mommy MouseEars

    This place looks A-M-A-Z-I-N-G :). Need to go to Japan immediately.

  • We went there for dinner (there are actually three of them in Tokyo – we went to the one in Ginza) and it was amazing. I highly recommend it 🙂