Updated: February 15, 2019
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Only in Tokyo! Tokyo's Wackiest Restaurants!

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While in Tokyo, there is an absurd number of crazy restaurants to pick from. Besides the maid cafes and the cat cafes, there are some really weird restaurants out there that you need to try in order to make your Tokyo journey complete. We narrowed down the list for you; here are the must-go to crazy restaurants in Tokyo.

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Vampire Cafe

http://diamond-dining-shops.jp/vampirecafe/ginza
Located a few minutes from Ginza station, this restaurant is very impressive to walk into. This vampire-themed restaurant is decorated in blood red, and even the mirrors and sinks are stained in blood. There is a small table charge, and in general, themed-restaurants can be quite pricey, but it is definitely worth the experience! The food was good, the appetizers are especially worth trying!

Alcatraz E.R.

https://r.gnavi.co.jp/g078504/
About a 10 minute walk from JR Shibuya station, this prison-hospital themed-restaurant is as wacky as can be! You need to try this place if you just want to let your hair down and have a fun evening with friends.The drinks are really funny to try.
Please note that there is a ¥500 charge per person, and this restaurant is not appropriate for children as the food and drinks have sexual connotations.
https://r.gnavi.co.jp/g078504/

Alice in a Labyrinth

If you are a hardcore Alice in Wonderland fan, there are a few other restaurants to choose from. This restaurant located a few minutes from Ginza station, is an Alice in a labyrinth themed restaurant. Like most other themed restaurants, it isn't cheap, but is definitely a must-try! The decor is on point, the food was great and the staff was very friendly. The desserts were cute and great!

Planetarium Bar

Planetarium bar is located close to the Shirokanedai station. Although it isn't a restaurant, it is a really great place to have a drink. This very dimly lit bar (ie almost completely in the dark) is a great place to bring a drink. You can have the all-you-can-drink course and a small bite as well. It's a unique atmosphere with a very relaxing feel, it is a nice change of pace from Tokyo's hectic rythm.

Kyomachi Koi Shigure

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Walking into this restaurant is like walking into another world. All groups are seated in different sized houses. This Kyoto-themed restaurant is beautifully decorated and is very cozy. The restaurant has a river running through it so it is extremely appeasing. We recommend the steamed pork which is cooked right in front of you.
This restaurant is a short walk from Shibuya station.

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    Lili Wanderlust
    I love travelling and discovering new cuisines. Japan has a panoply of local dishes to try. I also love yoga, coffee, reading, and cycling.

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