10 Restaurants you have to eat at in Tokyo

10 Craziest Restaurants in Tokyo

Japan has some of the best food that I have ever seen. I was totally obsessed with it. I wanted to eat everything. ALWAYS. The best thing about Tokyo is all the themed restaurants that they had! I want to share the 10 best with you so you can prioritize your eats. Tokyo is the kind of city where you can be 100% unapologetically you. And everyone will love you for it. You can tell just by the restaurants they have! These 10 your definitely can’t miss!!

1. Kawaii Cafe

I learned by the end of my trip that Kawaii in Japanese actually means ‘Cute’. I just assumed it meant monster because I spent almost an entire day at the Kawaii Monster Cafe. This place is bananas. Like I have said before – I am NOT a city girl. I love to be on the beach, in the small towns, or surrounded by mountains. However this concrete jungle stole my heart because of all the amazing and unique places to eat.

One of the girls at the Kawaii Monster Cafe

How to find them:

Tokyo Metro Meiji Jingu-mae Station, Exit 5

2. Robot Restaurant

Because who doesn’t want to watch giant robots do ballet while you eat? This place is like 1 giant seizure waiting to happen. Lights, cameras, ACTION. WELCOME TO TOKYO BABY.

Crazy people at the robot restaurant

source: https://www.klook.com/activity/631-robot-restaurant-tokyo/

How to find them:

JR Shinjuku Station, East Exit

3. Hedge Hog Cafe

Who wouldn’t want to feed hedgehogs instead of feeding yourself? That’s all…

source: http://mygoodplanet.com/tokyo-now-hedgehog-cafe/

How to find them:

1-minute walk from Roppongi Station (Hibiya Line Exit No. 3)

4. Zauo in Shinjuku

This place is a giant boat, surrounded by water, where you catch your own fish dinner. Who thought of this genius idea? Probably dinner and a show watching me try to catch my own food…

source: https://blog.gaijinpot.com/catch-dinner-zauo/

How to find them:

JR Shinjuku Station South Exit

5. Alice in Wonderland

I have been obssesed with Alice in Wonderland since the begining of time basically. So you can only imagine how OVER THE MOON and into Wonderland I was when I found out about this epic themed restaurant.

source: http://tdrexplorer.com/dining-guide-to-tokyo-disney-resort/

How to find them:

JR Shinjuku Station, East Exit

6. Lock Up

WARNING – this is where things get weird. This place is just what it sounds like. You roll up, they lock you up, and then feed you dinner in a jail cell. Everyone’s dream come true I am sure. You bucket list probably has “Eat a meal in prison” on it. Why not head to Tokyo and try it there.

How to find them:

JR Shinjuku Station, East Entrance

7.Alcatraz ER

WARNING EVEN WEIRDER- this place is currently trending on Facebook because not only do they lock you up in a jail cell, but they feed you out of bed pans and urinals and they stir your drinks with sex toys. I am not joking you – this place is real. THIS IS WHY I LOVE TOKYO. Just because things like this exist there.

source: http://tokyo.for91days.com/dinner-behind-bars-at-alcatraz-e-r/

How to find them:

JR Shibuya Station / Hachiko Statue

8. Maidreamin

Go just for the absolutely adorable milk shakes.

source: http://maidreamin.co.th/maidreamin2016/menu/azatan-parfait/

How to find them:

JR Shibuya Station, In front of Hachiko statue

9. Shooting Bar EA

YOU SHOOT GUNS WHILE EATING AND DRINKING. I didn’t go here, but it sounds like every rednecks dream come true. (shoot responsibly)

source: https://tabelog.com/en/tokyo/A1320/A132001/13136588/

How to find them:

8 minutes walk from JR Kichijoji station station entrance

10. Uobei

This isn’t your typical sushi restaurant. This is a futuristic mama jama of all sushi restaurants. You place your order on an epic multi language touch screen and your sushi flies out in no time.

source: https://www.tripadvisor.se/LocationPhotoDirectLink-g1066456-d3871559-i118232575-Uobei_Shibuya_Dogenzaka-Shibuya_Tokyo_Tokyo_Prefecture_Kanto.html

How to find them:

Shibuya Station (Yamanote, Ginza, Hanzomon, Fukutoshin, Denentoshi, Tokyu Toyoko, Keio Inokashira lines)

You can view my whole Japanese itinerary here. Please go ahead and share with me in the comments all your experiences in Tokyo at these amazing restaurants! Let me know if I missed one that was your favorite and I will make sure to go next time I am there!! Can’t wait to hear about your experiences.

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  • Suzie
    August 26, 2017 at 8:16 am

    Oooh, I’m going to Tokyo next year, just trying to convince hubby he wants to go to the Hedgehog Cafe!

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