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Alice on Wednesday Tokyo水曜日のアリス 東京

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This is a concept shop based on the theme of “Alice in Wonderland” which sells sweets and accessories with motifs of the Cheshire cat, the white rabbit, and the playing cards. The shop has blue walls with large and small doorways and the giant “Alice in Wonderland” storybook makes an impression on the visitor. Each floor inside the shop recreates a scene in Alice's world with “the White Queen's Kitchen,” “the Red Queen's Dungeon,” and “the Hat Shop.” The closest station is Meiji-jingumae Station.


Tokyo Shibuya-ku Jingumae 6-28-3 Canonville (Shibuya / Harajuku / OmotesandoArea)

phone 0364279868


Review of Alice on Wednesday Tokyo

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Reviewed:2019/04/19 Alice in Wonderland Themed store
A quaint little shop selling souvenirs and knick-knacks based on the Alice in Wonderland theme, this place is over 3-4 levels and Im sure youll find something to catch your interest.
Reviewed:2019/03/16 Alice in Wonderland themed shop
This is a little but very lovely designed store where you can find everything about Alice in Wonderland. It has a teeny tiny door to enter, the Cheshire Cat on the wall, lamps in form of big hats...
Reviewed:2018/08/07 Cute
Its near Harajuku. There are 4 floors. All items are so cute that I cant decide what to buy. The price is quite reasonable.

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Tokyo Shibuya-ku Jingumae 6-28-3 Canonville [ map ]
Shibuya / Harajuku / OmotesandoArea
open everyday
※ New Year's Holiday only Irregular holidays
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Available(VISA, JCB, AMEX, DISCOVER, DinersClub)

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