Forever 21 Jacket, Country Road Top, Heather Jeans and Heels, Bag from Korea, Ring vintage
Back to the land down under after being in a Japan where it was hot and humid, it's a nice change to be in the cold weather. My favourite winter combination are dark shades, with a bag that stands out.
The last theme restaurant my friend and I visited was "Vampire Cafe". When we entered the restaurant it was as if we were really in Dracula's Lair. Everything was dark, black and red. I must confess I do have quite the liking for the TV series "True Blood" so this place was my cup of tea.
Vampire Injection Cocktail
Bloody Rose Cocktail
White Virgin Cocktail
Promise Moon Cocktail
The toliet :)
Picture in the hallway that looks like a man on oneside and a demon on the other.
I would have to say out of the three themed restaurants I have visited the "Ninja Akasaka" brought to life the whole experience but in terms of drinks, the "Vampire Cafe" certainly does not disappoint. I would visit all three again and more the next time I'm in Tokyo.
The next theme restaurant we visited was "Ninja Akasaka" located in Tokyo. When we first arrive a ninja led us through a dark for-tress with waterfalls and hidden draw bridges. Finally we arrived at the ninja village, and into our own private room.
Our ninja drinks
Shuriken Star Blades Grissini
Cheesy Onion Soup
Spicy Chicken Wings
Beef dipped in red wine with gold flakes
Snow frog cheese cake
A Ninja Master came in and showed us some exciting magic tricks