Mysterious – Tokyo Restaurants

by Sanne

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Mysterious - Tokyo


Shinjuku Square Bldg B1F
1-16-3 Kabuki-cho
Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo, 160-0021
Tel: 050-5798-7270/035291-6670 (English speaking staff)
Hours: Mon-Fri: 17:00-05:00, Sat-Sun: 16:00-05:00

Address in Japanese:
ミステリアス シンジュクテン、東京都新宿区歌舞伎町1-16-3 新宿スクエアビルB1

>Visit Mysterious on the Gurunavi website

Mysterious is one of the strangest restaurants I have ever visited. The interior looks like a space station, and you are politely requested to leave your shoes and coat in small lockers at the entrance before you are seated on the floor in small, cage-like booths. Mysterious is located one stair down, and except for some occasional fluorescent lights, the restaurant is rather dark.

When you are ready to order, you push a button on the table and the staff attends to you immediately. The menu is only in Japanese, and since most of the personnel only speak Japanese, you have to guess a little when ordering. Though, there are many pictures in the menu and the food, which is a mix of Japanese and international dishes, is really good. The portions are small, and it is therefore recommended that you order at least 2-3 dishes per person.

• If you have not had enough of the mysterious surroundings and the fluorescent lighting, you can stay for a drink at the bar after dinner.

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