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Alice in fantasy book - Alice’s Fantasy Restaurant -

Enjoy the Atmosphere of “Alice in Wonderland” at this Concept Restaurant in the Heart of Shinjuku

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This themed restaurant featuring a motif of “Alice in Wonderland” is located on the 2nd basement floor of a building along Yasukuni-dori. The moment you step off the elevator, a world like stepping into a picture book spreads out before you. Once you’ve entered, you can get an Alice or rabbit-themed hairband, and once you’ve put it on you can join the ranks of Wonderland.

The restaurant’s interior perfectly reproduces the world of Alice, and every last detail is exquisitely designed, from the enormous clock table in the Main Hall’s “Never-Ending Tea Party,” to the tables, chairs, walls, and floors.

Alice’s world is even further enhanced by the staff, who serve guests as if they truly were in a picture book world. The staff explain the themes behind every dish, which are all photogenic items designed after Alice in Wonderland characters. The restaurant’s most popular dish is their “cheese fondue.”

All the various available cocktails are cute, matched in line with Alice’s story. Children and adults alike are sure to enjoy this restaurant’s fantastical atmosphere and its authentic menu that takes care to use quality ingredients.


  • Open the 2nd basement floor door of this building along Shinjuku’s Yasukuni-dori and the world of Alice in Wonderland unfolds before you.
  • The staff’s performances and the restaurant’s interior design come together to bring customers into the world of Alice in Wonderland.
  • Enjoy creative foods and drinks inspired by characters from Alice’s world.
  • The semi-private room is fitted with glass, so visibility is good from both inside and outside the room.
  • From the restaurant’s interior to the plates, drinks, and more, everything makes for a great shot to post on social media.
  • Elementary school students and older must pay a 500 yen (tax excl.) cover charge. (like the cover charge at a bar)
  • Orders based on 1 drink 1 food system.
  • Free Wi-Fi available.


  • Picture book door entrance

    Picture book door entrance

  • Interior (Meeting Forest of Mirrors)

    Interior (Meeting Forest of Mirrors)

  • Sample of semi-private room

    Sample of semi-private room

  • Popular dish “Cheese Fondue” (set)

    Popular dish “Cheese Fondue” (set)

  • Popular dish “Cheese Fondue” (set)

    Popular dish “Cheese Fondue” (set)

  • Bouquet Salad from the Hatter to Alice 
~Raspberry Dressing~

    Bouquet Salad from the Hatter to Alice ~Raspberry Dressing~

  • Rose Caprese

    Rose Caprese

  • Cheshire Cat Ragu Sauce

    Cheshire Cat Ragu Sauce

  • Dreamy Fluffy Parfait

    Dreamy Fluffy Parfait

  • Tea Party Set

    Tea Party Set


  • Claire Whittington

    Wouldn't recommend, it was very overpriced for what it was. The food we got was nothing like what was on the menu, so I was mostly disappointed in my meal. The place also feels old and outdated. Definitely don't expect much more than an overpriced knock-off cafe.

  • Michael Xue525


  • 王鈺婷



Name in Japanese
Postal Code
T-wing Bldg. B2F, 1-6-2 Kabuki-cho, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
Telephone number
Irregular holidays
Business Hours
Weekdays: 5:00pm-11:30pm
Weekends and holidays: Lunch 11:30am-4:00pm (L.O.3:30pm), Dinner 4:00pm-11:30pm (L.O.10:30pm)
Lunch 2,000-3,000yen, Dinner 3,000-5,000yen
(1) About a 4-minute walk from the east exit of the JR Yamanote Line, Chuo Line, and Sobu Line’s Shinjuku Station
(2) About a 5-minute walk from the Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line, Fukutoshin Line, and Toei Shinjuku Line’s Shinjuku Sanchome Station
Credit Cards
Accepted (Visa, JCB, American Express, Diners Club)
Official Website
Official Website(Japanese)