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Enter the magical world of "Alice in Wonderland" in the themed cafes in Tokyo, Osaka and Nagoya! Have a meal or a drink surrounded by the familiar characters in a fantasy atmosphere!
- Enter the world of Alice in Wonderland!
- Dine and drink in the special themed cafes in Tokyo, Osaka and Nagoya
- Highly recommended for travelers with children!
Please note that this is a reservation service only. Please pay for your meal and drinks directly at the restaurant.
What you need to bring
Your child spirit!
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- English (Fluent)
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There are so many great restaurants, theme parks and other attractions in Japan waiting to be discovered, but they can be so hard or even impossible to experience if you don't speak Japanese!
Not to worry! We are here to help you out with your tickets, passes and reservations so you can easily make your plans before you arrive and have the best possible time when you're here.
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Great decor, great service. The food was ok but nothing great. The drinks were great.
I definitely recommend this restaurant for the experience of it!
Great atmosphere. A fun experience
I accidentally booked for one, but this isn't an automated booking service and someone at Voyagin realised there were two of us and hired the restaurant accordingly. Luckily they did, because this was a fantastic experience, even if you aren't a big fan of Alice in Wonderland. Food was okay, but the detail in the decorations and the costumes was immaculate.
We had a great experience at restaurant "Alice in an old Castle" in Ikebukuro.
The reservation was made as I asked and we had no problem.
The food was great and the staff very friendly.
It was a nice evening.
Thanks again for helping us going there!
This was a really cute experience. We went to the one in Shinjuku and our host was very adorable and all the foods and menus were true to the theme. My only complaint is that the alcoholic beverages were expensive for very little alcohol in them. I got two and didn't feel anything and I'm a light weight, so may don't go here to drink, but definitely go for the fun theme and disney music :)
Just a theme based resautant, nothing special.
Restaurant with Alice in Wonderland theme. One of 3 or 4 Alice theme run by a restaurant group.
Frankly, food was subpar. But meal prices were quite low for such place, so compensates somewhat.
Good for birthdays and kids. I went with teenage daughter, who quickly lost interest soon after sitting. Nothing special except the entrance and deco.
I paid for the reservation because Japanese webpage was impossible to navigate a reservation. Without reservation, it appears no seat possible. So reserve if planning to go.
All owls deserve to stretch their wings and fly
The staff was VERY kind. The owls, very much unhappy.
I realized I regretted supporting a business with nocturnal birds forced to stay up all day who did not want to be petted or bothered.
2 of the owls (one stared outside the window the WHOLE time) you are not allowed to touch ( Give them freedom?)
Another 2 of them just didn't want to be touched and kept moving away when you tried.
I watched a young boy constantly force pet an owl that kept trying to hop away from him (eventually going inside his little wooden box to try and get away from the boy)
I understand Japan has different standards for animals. But it's not in the owls best interest.
Voyagin was great, the staff at the owl cafe were kind, but almost wanting to cry from seeing how unhappy these owls were, I won't ever do it again.
If you want to know what an owl feels like, it feel like feathers.
If you seriously love animals, please don't go to ANY owl cafe. They all deserve better than to be trapped in a small room not being able to stretch their wings and fly.
Very fun experience but bit pricey.
We went to the Alice cafe in Osaka. It was easy to find because we looked for the location on Google maps. The inside of the cafe looked very nice. Everything and everyone was in style. When you arrive there's a little surprise waiting for you. The food was good but not g
Great first experience
Okay firstly, we got stuck at the entrance (lol). There's a big book-like door with a door knob. We tried turning it and it was a fake door knob. So we were standing at the entrance trying to figure out how to get in... 10-15 mins later a waitress walks out of the book door and pushes it open. So if you're there and confused as well, push the door. They should really have someone greet you at the entrance or at least have instructions! We were seated at a side booth for 2 people, decor was great but you can't take pictures of anything unless you get out of your seat and wander around as you're facing a tall hedge that blocks everything. Food was actually really nice! It's simple dishes but they're great! A lot of online reviews claim the food is terrible but it's really not. We ordered 2 mains, 2 drinks, and a dessert. We skipped entree as I was ordering food based on their pictures and entrees weren't all that exciting. They played Disney music and stopped to sing a birthday song to another booth. The waitresses are all dressed like characters and were really cute and nice. It's a good first experience. I would probably not come back to the same one and visit the other locations next time.
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