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ninja restaurant 2007/10/2 07:59
hello im trying to find the website of the ninja reataurant to make a reservation but the one www.ninja.tv has expired anyone know of any other websites or ways to contact from overseas thanks
by carmen  

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thank you 2007/10/3 05:10
thanks so much
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Thank you from me as well 2008/2/19 09:39
I had to say thank you also. I was going crazy trying to find the real website. My friends were making fun of me saying I couldn't find it because it was a ninja website and I was not ninja enough.
by Maria rate this post as useful

Ninja Wedding 2008/2/19 10:31
That places offers Ninja weddings too I guess, I wonder how that would turn out..
by Oh wow rate this post as useful

been there now 2008/2/19 11:40
hello been to japan and home again loved the ninja restaurant well worth the money in my book esp. if your a ninja fan, although it is a bit hard to know if its the right door or not when you enter
by carmen rate this post as useful

interesting... 2008/2/21 08:22
looks very interesting... but it seems pretty pricey!
by snowman34 rate this post as useful

um 2008/3/3 09:33
do you HAVE to book? or can i just rock up and eat there?
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Rock Up 2008/3/4 04:21
I'm wondering the same thing. Also, I fully intend to tuck that phrase into my vocabulary for future use.

Is there an English translation anywhere, perhaps written by a very dedicated Ninja Restaurant fan?
by Kelly rate this post as useful

best to 2008/3/4 07:49
its probably best to book as it was quite busy and we were there on a tuesday night. we found it easiest to write down the time date phone number and ask the reception of the hostle to book it for us.
by carmen rate this post as useful

ninja reservation 2008/3/6 18:01
You can book online from their site, though the instructions in English are not easy to follow.

When I made a reservation, I simply called them up and asked for a table and they have an english speaker on staff most of the time.
by Nico rate this post as useful

Try to go 2008/3/8 03:32
I can't remember exactly how much it cost but you must go if you can.
I went with my wife, sister in law and her husband (all Japanese) and it was pure entertainment from the moment we stepped through the door. I wont tell you any more as it will spoil the surprises. Some English is spoken by some of the ninjas.
by Dwane Dibbly rate this post as useful

blog entry 2008/4/25 12:37
If you don't want to be completely surprised you can read my blog entry here
...http://www.japan-guide.com/blog/francois/080408.html

don`t worry though, no spoilers.
by Frank rate this post as useful

trying to book a day 2008/5/20 05:30
I am trying to book a day in Oct but the list only goes to June

Is that right
by Abhi rate this post as useful

expensive but worth trying it 2009/10/30 02:45
As far as I remember, I paid more than 9000 yen in this restaurant (the menu course was around 7000 yen, but the surprise at the end was that 20% of the bill was added as "service fees").

really expensive, but I don't regret. the food was good and the spectacle very cool.

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