Theme Restaurants and Cafes


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Japan is known for taking restaurants and cafes to an entirely different level, so here we introduce some of the coolest and craziest theme restaurants.

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Kanda Railway Cafe (神田鉄道倶楽部) opened in June 2017 at Tokyo's Kanda Station – providing a new railway-themed cafe sure to delight Japan train lovers.
Cafe La Boheme is a parkside cafe and dining experience sure to have high nostalgic value to fans of the 2016 film "Kimi no Na wa" (Your Name).
The Lock Up is a prison-themed restaurant that left me breathless, either for fear, or for accuracy in details. It was not easy to find, despite being in the bustling Shibuya in between neon lights and tourists. The entrance is underground and a bit hidden. At the entrance I found no one but a very dark corridor. After taking a deep breath I opened the door and entered. Crossing the hallway, in the dark, and alone almost caused a heart attack. While I was walking, hoping to meet someone in the hall, a loud noise scared me, and a light lit a screaming man on an electric chair. After the initial shock I walked the last few meters of the corridor and I came to another door. Here, a girl dressed as a cop , after checking my reservation, handcuffed me, and shouting something incomprehensible to me since I don't speak Japanese, accompanied me to my cell, exactly like a jailer for a prisoner. There are cells of different sizes, depending on the number of "prisoners".
Enter the 8-bit world in a video game themed café in Shinjuku and play Super Nintendo and more with other guests!
Tokyo's Final Fantasy themed cafe with interior and menu items based on the video game's location and characters.
Unique and exceptionably well executed – a heaven for Peter Rabbit fans.
Experience fun-filled and robot-decorated dishes at Gundam Cafe in Akihabara, where you can both eat and play with Gundam Winged robots.