Quite hard to find and only open from 5 pm, the restaurant includes several rooms to welcome clients. Reservations are strongly advised for dinner. However, at 5 pm, you can still simply enjoy a sugary break without advance booking.
While the receipt quickly adds up, the dishes, and mostly desserts, are worth it. Waiters and hostesses are dressed as Alice or the Mad Hatter, and yes, everything is based on Alice in Wonderland.
It can be quite hard to find Japanese people speaking English, so it should not be surprising that the staff only speaks Japanese. However, there is no need to worry: the menu is highly visual and translated, so ordering stays easy despite the language barrier.
The short show before the menu is presented might appear too long and perhaps seems "Lost in Translation". Indeed, it lasts 2 to 3 minutes, during which the waiter will present the menu, speaking in Japanese, and you might feel like he or she is waiting for your answer, while he or she might have lost you at the first word. Yes, this is Japan!
How to get to Alice's Fantasy Restaurant
By train: JR Lines -- Yamanote, Keihin-Tohoku or Tokaido Lines: Shimbashi Station
By subway: Tokyo Metro -- Ginza, Marunouchi or Hibiya Lines: Ginza Station (G09, M16 or H08)
By taxi -- Adress : Taiyo Building 5F - 8-8-5 Ginza Chuo Ku Tokyo T 104-0061 (Tel : +81 (03) 3574 6980)
Location reachable with the JRP : order your Japan Rail Pass (from ~US$ 281)
Get your Japanese Yens free of charge
Monday – Friday: 5pm - 11:30pm (Last Order 10:30pm)
Saturday, Sunday and Holidays:
- Lunch 11:30am - 4pm (Last Order 3:30pm)
- Dinner 4pm - 11:30pm (Last Order 10:30pm)
How long / when to visit
Customers can stay 2 hours at most
不思議の国のアリス レストラン (Fushigi no Kuni no Alice Restaurant)
Alice's Fantasy Restaurant
Alice in Wonderland Fantasy Dining