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Vampire Cafe in Ginza
Smoking seats only
What you need to bring
- 日本語 (Fluent)
- 普通话 (Fluent)
- Français (Fluent)
- English (Fluent)
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There are so many great restaurants, theme parks and other attractions in Japan waiting to be discovered, but they can be so hard or even impossible to experience if you don't speak Japanese!
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Best decision ever!
While visiting Tokyo, I really wanted to go to a theme café, I was concerned that I wouldn’t get the full experience not being able to speak Japanese. After debating back on forth on it, I decided it was still worth going at least once – well that was the best decision ever. As soon as I entered the café, I was delighted by the gothic décor and dark ambiance. My fears about not speaking the language soon disappeared as both the host and our waiter spoke adequate English. It was really fun and amazingly detailed. My friend and I were smiling all night long. The food was fantastic as well, which was a major plus since I don’t usually expect quality food at themed places. All in all, the Vampire café is highly recommended!
A must visit restaurant especially if your country do not have such theme restaurant. Food is quite ok but do note that they have a cover charge of 500yen per pax. Staff was dressed up professionally. Get ready for the horror the moment the lift door opens..
This was a lot of fun. The host that took our orders and seated us was drop dead gorgeous! All of the things we ate were absolutely delicious. The alcohol was very alcoholic and it was so nice to go as a couple because they had little booths with curtains for privacy and bell you could ring for service. I loved their food presentation and I think they did a great job with the atmosphere. A must if you love dressing up like a vampire and Japanese culture.
Went here the day after Halloween and was still able to get the festive menu, which was great! The atmosphere was excellent and the staff were very friendly, despite our inability to speak Japanese. Drinks can be a bit expensive, but worth it if you have cash to spare. Defiantly an experience I won't forgot. Well worth a visit.
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