Ninja Restaurant in Kyoto For A Fun Family Dinner!
For a fun day out with friends or family, you should check out the Ninja Restaurant in Kyoto! Ninja Kyoto is an agglomeration of Ninja-themed restaurants under one roof! You can choose between a Ninja restaurant, a banquet, a buffet with cute characters, a dinner theater or a black crepe to go shop!
You will get to try delicious ninja-style food all the while enjoying friendly service!
What's even better is that they are very accommodating, as there have vegetarian and Halal options! (on request)
Ninja Restaurant Kyoto
There are usually open from 17:00-23:00, but if you make a reservation for a group of 10 poeple or more, you can also ask for a lunch course.
There is also a sukiyaki or shabu shabu course (￥6,500). This typically Japanese dish should be fun to try in such an unusual setting.
The vegetarian course is ￥4,500 and comes with vegetables tempura, soy meat and vegetable stew, vegetable sushi, etc.
You can have up to 100 guests and you can borrow microphones and projectors if you rent out the whole space.
Children only pay ￥980, and kids & babies eat free (0-6).
Buffet restaurant with cute ninjas
-Adults: 1,980 yen
-Children & young teens: (7-15 yo): 1,480 yen
-Children (4-6): 500 yen
-Children under 4: free!
The dinner theater
You have to buy the tickets separately and the dishes are a la carte.
The tickets cost for:
-adults: 2,000 yen
-children (7-12): 1,000 yen
-children under 7: free!
There are two representations per day on weekends and holidays:
one starting at 5PM, and one starting at 7 PM. Enjoy!
-advance tickets: 4,000 yen
-general tickets: 4,500 yen
-children (under 7 yo); free!
On Monday, Wednesday, and Friday (apart form Japanese national holidays):
a show starts at 6 PM, and one at 8 PM.
The black crepe to go
For example, the Pompompurin crepe is made with custard, custard ice cream, cocoa cookies and caramel sauce.
There is also a famous ninja restaurant in Tokyo as well. For information on that one, please see the link below.
- 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.