Find out what Cafe restaurants to try in Sumida including Suke6 Diner, Kawai Maid Cafe & Bar Akiba Zettai Ryoiki, Ninja Cafe&Bar Asakusa, Akiba Zettai Ryoiki AD1912, Sakura Cafe Jimbocho, Moomin House Cafe Tokyo Sky Tree Town Solamachi, maidreamin Akihabara Sotokanda 1-chome Store, Skytree Cafe Floor 340, Nui. Cafe & Bar, Hard Rock Cafe
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4 based on 308 reviews
Hard Rock Cafe is a global phenomenon with 185 cafes that are visited by nearly 80 million guests each year. The first Hard Rock Cafe opened on June 14, 1971, in London, England, and from there the brand has expanded to major cities and exotic locations a
As a big fan of HRC the visit of a Hard Rock Cafe was a must. Because we were already near this one, we choose to go to this one. The restaurant is located at the Ueno-Station. The restaurant is not a big one and they had only place at the entrance. Because we were hunrgy we took that one. After our order, they let us change our place and put uns in the middle of the restaurant. The food was very good and and the portions are big. For Tokio the prices are fine and not overpriced. Why i did not give 5 points. First you don't give Service charge in Tokio and here they put it on the bill. The soft drinks should have been refill, but they did never ask for a refill. Otherwise just a great HRC-Experience.Hi 68rogerw,Thank you for visiting to Hard Rock Cafe Uyeno-Eki Tokyo!We hope you enjoyed our cafe.Please visit us again when you are in Ueno.Rock On!
4 based on 49 reviews
We stayed here in the beginning of July for 3 nights. We traveled with two children ages 9 and 11. Rooms are super tiny and very basic. Rooms are clean and well maintained for the "rustic" style. It is more of a hipster style place. The first floor is a restaurant/bar which is frequented by locals. It has a very warm atmosphere and we felt comfortable with our kids being here.
4 based on 66 reviews
Bar style chairs looking out through full height windows as Tokyo spreads out before you.We had a poor weather day and could barely see Ginza, let alone Mt FujiPrices are over the top, 900Â¥ fir a beer (and 8 nuts) and the glass wasn't even full. Takes some of the shine off, suppose it's a once in a life time experience.
4 based on 161 reviews
The dream land is far away world. While a mysterious light of the candle is lit. Ladys and gentlemans become residents of the dream land. In that limited time,we will change into a smile the best of all people. That is entertainment cafe and bar "maidream
While in Tokyo, we had no intention to go to a Maid Cafe, but while walking the streets of Akihabara one night, we were corralled in by one of the reps on the street. I'm sure there are several Maid Dreaming cafes in Akihabara, but at this one we had to take an elevator to the top floor. The place was small and dimly lit. There were a couple of other foreigners as well as a handful of drunk Japanese men. The most disappointing part of the experience is that it just felt like a cash grab.We paid for the photo op, but we spent 10 minutes trying to capture our maid's attention to get the photo when we were ready to leave. It just wasn't what I expected from a maid cafe.
4 based on 106 reviews
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I love the Moomin and I wanted to try this place out. We arrived quite early on a Friday morning and were seated right away. The food is good although expensive, but at least you can eat something satisfying. We had the pancakes with fruit and a latte. The best part is of course hanging out with the Moomin. As the restaurant was quite empty when we were there we got quite a few to share our meal with. Interestingly everyone in there was an adult. There is also a shop attached to the restaurant if you want to buy some merchandise. Remember to enter through the shop, and then ring the bell to let the restaurant know you are waiting to be seated. I recommend this, its really cute and unique.
4 based on 178 reviews
24 Hours Cafe in the center of Tokyo. Located close to the Imperial Palace, ideal for joggers. A unique cafe with a global atmosphere Welcoming over 30,000 guests from over 100 different countries every year, Sakura Cafe is always alive with the constant
A wide selection of simple tasty food - this hotels cafe is a small gem hidden in Tokyo. We went there to get gluten free food due to my daughters allergy - and they only have a green salad. This is Sakura Hotel Jimbocho. Thank you for your review and comment. When it comes to food, it is true that gluten free menu is likely to be quite limited. However, we have various of kinds of drink menu as well and it would be highly appreciated if you stop by for tea break or in any occasion when you come to Jimbocho again. Thank you.
5 based on 88 reviews
This was my first visit to a maid cafe so I wasn't sure what to expect. The decor here is fascinating if a little creepy (it's a very gothic look). The maids were friendly and performed an amusing ritual to make the food and drinks taste better. Perhaps it worked - my matcha parfait was delicious.
5 based on 69 reviews
Welcome to NINJA Cafe & Bar!! We are the NINJA-themed entertainment cafe & bar in "Asakusa", Tokyo's largest tourist destination. We offer you not only "Special NINJA food & beverage(including alcohol)" but also, "NINJA training trial" such as wearing NIN
The Ninja Cafe and Bar should be on everyoneâs list of places to go in Japan. My son, Max, said that he had the best time ever. The owners are kind and great fun. They made my son feel like real ninja teaching him terms and moves. Because of this experience, my son ate all the food no matter how unfamiliar. As we were leaving, he asked when we could come back to Japan. Japan is an amazing country. Ninja Cafe captures all of the wonders and fun of Japan. It was the height of my donâs experience in Japan and a place we will return to for years to come. I highly recommend Ninja Cafe and Bar to families, kids, and those who seek wonder and a friendly environment.Thanks Shazia, Max and papa for coming to our Cafe! You are our first customer after grand open! And thank you for your cooperation and hope you guys come back again...!
4 based on 297 reviews
Visited as part of a group, you wear cat ears and have different drinks, strange place to visit but most enjoyable and would visit again if chance arose.
4 based on 182 reviews
Nice Western-style breakfast near Asakusa metro station. Somewhat inefficient but friendly service (waited for 15 minutes for a table even though several tables were available). Decent avocado toast (bread not toasted though). Nice coffee and great croissant. Overall I recommend this place if you do not want sushi for breakfast and want to experience a pleasant twist to a traditional western brekkie.
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