Themed around ninja and the Sengoku era. Conceptual izakaya

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Themed around ninja and the Sengoku era. Conceptual izakaya

Step into the extraordinary world of ninja and the Sengoku era. At conceptual izakaya, be prepared for surprises and excitement.

* The information given is as of December 2016.

Full of unexpected tricks and fun performances

Ninja Akasaka (Area: Akasaka)

Ninja Akasaka features an entertaining interior space inspired by the mysterious ninja house. Unexpected tricks lurk in every corner, including the labyrinthine hallway. Order from a menu of a hundred creative dishes and drinks based on Japanese cuisine. Each item is served along with a fun performance by the waiting staff. The izakaya offers a vegetarian course and a pork- and alcohol-free course to accommodate visitors from around the world.

Icy Bonsai

Address Akasaka Tokyu Plaza 1F, 2-14-3 Nagatacho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
Contact information 03-5157-3936 (Japanese only)
URL http://www.ninjaakasaka.com/(External link)

Slip back in time to the Japanese civil war era

Sengoku Buyuden (Area: Shinjuku)

Sengoku Buyuden is themed around the Sengoku era some five centuries ago, when Japan was in a state of constant military conflict. Interior decoration consists of armor and kimono, and the menu of liquor and foodstuffs from the birthplace of ever-popular commanders. Recommended dishes include seiro-mushi, with steam rising from the bamboo vessel like a beacon fire on the battleground, and sashimi served on a large feast-worthy plate. Experience the passion of the historic era with all five senses.

Address T-wing Bldg. 4F, 1-6-2 Kabukicho, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
Contact information 03-3209-2277 (Japanese only)
URL http://www.diamond-dining.jp/shop_info/sengoku-buyuden/(External link)
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