Hawaii Mom Blog: Visit Tokyo: Ninja Akasaka




May 22, 2018

Visit Tokyo: Ninja Akasaka

Since my youngest son is into ninjas, we thought it would be fun to dine at Ninja Akasaka.

This themed restaurant should be booked in advance, as reservations tend to fill up quickly.

For those with kids, it's suggested to make the reservations when they open at 5:00pm.  They are concerned that later reservations during the week would mean kids may encounter intoxicated individuals.

Because of our large party (4 adults, 5 kids), our hotel had to make reservations for us.  A credit card also had to be provided, and the adults had to select their course menu options ahead of time (up to 2 max per party).

Once at Ninja Akasaka, you are guided through a mini labyrinth to your private dining room.  Be sure to remember the name of your room, because if you go to the restroom, it's easy to get lost!

You are assigned a ninja (server) throughout the evening.

Everyone started off with Shuriken Grissini.

Shuriken Star-Blades Grissini

The adults ordered the Tasting Course (choice of meat or seafood entree) and New Signature Course.

Tasting Course:

Chicken Fritter Ninja Style

Stone-Boiled Soup



Cherry Blossom Jelly
I had the tasting course with the pork option.  It sure was a lot of food!  My faves included the Cappellini, the Chicken, and the Cherry Blossom Jelly.  The Pork was encased in a squid ink wrapper which I didn't really care for.

New Signature Course:

Treasure Chest Salad

Kaiseki Soup
Deluxe Japanese Beef Tenderloin Steak

Frog Dessert

Kids Course:

Kids Grissini

Kids Hamburger Steak, Deep Fried Chicken, Fried Prawn, Sweet Omelet

Strawberry Pie
A lot of the presentations were quite cool.  The Treasure Chest Salad involved opening a box to reveal the "egg" treasure.  The kids dessert was presented in a box of dry ice.  And the Frog Dessert entailed shaving of white chocolate to create "snow."

During the dinner, the ninja does a short magic show, which the kids loved.

I was hoping he would perform "ninja" stunts.

At the end of the meal, the kids were presented with a small gift, and the ninja held a very cool "Mahalo A Hui Hou" sign to take photos with.

Kids gift
If you have kids, definitely consider Ninja Akasaka.

Ninja Akasaka
Tokyu Plaza Akasaka
Japan, 〒100-0014 Tokyo
千代田区永田町2丁目14−3 赤坂東急プラザ1階
81 3-5157-3936

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