‘Alice In Wonderland’-Themed Restaurant Opens In Tokyo, Japan [PHOTOS]
Alice of Magic World is an ‘Alice In Wonderland’-themed restaurant in Tokyo, Japan, full of things straight out of the Lewis Carroll classic and the Disney animated version of the novel. While dining, you can experience a world of wonder and fantasy.
The restaurant includes playing card dining tables, giant tea cup booths, a magic forest, and heart-shaped chandeliers. This is the fourth in a series of restaurants focusing on the fantasy theme by Carroll’s creation from designers Eiichi Maruyama and Katsunori Suzuki, who work for Fantastic Design Works Co.
The 228 sq meter space is divided into themed sections that reflect scenes from the 1951 animated film. From Trompe-l’œil art to a mirror wall and fantasy forest, the bespoke furnishings translated historic 2D animated scenes into 3D interior design. Maruyama, who completed the project with Suzuki, says: “We wanted to give guests excitement and surprise, like an unreal world with various wonderlands. But we didn’t want it to be gimmicky.”
The restaurant offers meals for kids and adults, such as “Cheshire cat tail pizza,” and “Burgundy-style braised beef cheek in Queen of Hearts red wine sauce.” For more of the meals served at Alice Magic World, check out the photo gallery below:
What is your favorite dish from the Alice Magic World Menu?