Down the Rabbit Hole in Tokyo

July 2nd, 2012By Category: Food & Dining

“I’m late! I’m late! I’m late! For a very important date!”

Who would forget the White Rabbit in Lewis Caroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland? But, if you’re going to the Alice of Magic World restaurant, you shouldn’t be late like our furry little fellow, because there’s so much to see. They say that in Japan, there’s always something unique to try everyday; and this is said to be one of those things.

Located in Tokyo is one of the most colorful themed restaurants in the city called Alice of Magic World. Every part, every tiny detail inside this restaurant is taken from the Lewis Caroll classic. The place features several themed rooms, a large heart-shaped table for large parties, an area decorated with playing cards and chandeliers made of cards and the forest room, made of heart-shaped hedges, tiny doors, mirrors and black and white checkered floors that visitors can marvel at.

The geniuses from Fantastic Design Works Co., are the ones behind the construction of this restaurant and you could say that the place is out of this world amazing, out of the storybook itself. As for the food, we hope it’s as good as it looks. Check out the website of Alice of Magic World here.

Photos by: WeHeart and Dolly Mixture ♫ ⚓ ✯ – 3 via Flickr Creative Commons

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