In Japan, there are many past and retro themed restaurants at which you can dine in the atmosphere of Japan's different historical periods.
Make hand-rolled sushi by yourself
Yozakura Bijin is a Yukaku (Red-light district in Edo period) themed restaurant. You can make hand-rolled sushi by yourself and enjoy the cute cocktails in colorful rooms.
Sengoku jidai themed restaurant
Taiga no Mai is a Sengoku Jidai (Japan's Warring States Period) themed restaurant. They serve meals related to some well known commanders from the period. Each private room is inspired by the famous commander, Takeda Shingen's war banner, which read (Wind, Forest, Fire and Mountain).
Ninja Akasaka is a Ninja-themed restaurant. The interiors are decorated in the Edo style of 16th and 17th century Japan. Servers are dressed as Ninja and entertain visitors with displays of the Ninja arts. Ninja Akasaka is also home to unique menu items such as "Bon Sai" ice cream.
Showa period style Izakaya
Dagashi Bar is a Showa period style Izakaya (Japanese style bar). They have All-you-can-eat Dagashi for 500 yen (about $5). Dagashi are cheap sweets which have been remained to be a favorite of Japanese kids from the Showa Period to the present day. You can feel the sentiment of Japanese people's childhood memories.
4F, Minami Ikebukuro, Toshima, Tokyo
Taiga no Mai
6F, 3-17-4 Shinjuku, Shinjuku, Tokyo
Ninja Akasaka (Japanese)
2-14-3 Nagata-cho, Chiyoda, Tokyo
2F, 1-24-9 Nishi Ikebukuro, Toshima, Tokyo
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