15 Japanese Pop Culture Restaurants You Didn’t Know Existed

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Ninja Akasaka (Tokyo, Japan)

Ninja Akasaka

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If there’s anything more intense than being greeted by a full-blown ninja, then I’d like to know where you’ve eaten before!

Ninja New York (New York City, USA)

Ninja New York

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While we’re on the ninja theme, let’s continue. Here’s two more intense ninja experiences set in the United States of America.

In New York City, the ninjas reside in a dungeon like restaurant where you better be on your best behavior.

You may have already known about Ninja New York if you caught our very first article ;).

Ninja Sushi (New Orleans, USA)

Ninja New Orleans

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Like I said, keep the ninjas coming. You can never eat too much sushi around the world, especially if it is being delivered to your face by a ninja. In New Orleans, Ninja Sushi is family-friendly and serves kids meals in rocket ship-like containers.

Cat Cafes (Japan)

Cat Cafe

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In various locations throughout Japan, but especially in Tokyo, you can enjoy your meal alongside feline guests.

Manga Sushi (Dubai, UAE)

Manga Sushi

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Manga Sushi presents manga-inspired sushi rolls and themed waitress costumes. It is said to be a “can’t miss spot” in Dubai, especially for those who appreciate Japanese manga.

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Katie Steinharter

Katie Steinharter

Katie Steinharter lives in Denver, Colorado but finds herself at home all around the world. She recently spent three months traveling through Southeast Asia and Australia, helping social enterprises and NGOs develop strategic marketing plans. Currently Katie is a freelance writer and marketing consultant for start-ups in Colorado. In her free time you may find her reading a book at her local cafe, on the backside of any Colorado ski resort, or just laying on a hammock in the backyard of her parents’ house in Maine.