Nice food, very dark. Service is very very very slow. Nice ambience. Entrance is very narrow. Little pricey.
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From the blood dripping mirror and faux corpse leg at the entrance to the tasty food, this was a worthwhile experience. Knowing Japanese Would have enhanced the experience as staff and diners did a Call and response. We had the backed chicken which was perfectly...More
It was 8 mins until they opened. Not a soul insight. They have a waiting/sitting area at the entrance. We sat there for a minite but when my daughter started crying because she was hungry and fussy and hot. When they heard her they came...More
I went there with my 2 cousins and my friends and his family. We ordered a course for each of us because we thought it was easy to separate the bill among each of us later. They were 8 of us in total. The food...More
2+ years in Japan and this was the absolute worst meal and theme dinning experience. $275 dollars for three adults and one child for the premium set course. It was horrible!! Quantity wise, it was meager at best. Service was horrible. They spoke no English,...More
We were really looking forward to this place but it fell flat. The decor was wonderful however we were seated in a small booth with a heavy curtain so we could not see anything. The food was pretty good, however we did not get one...More
Let’s start with the positive stuff first. 1. Atmosphere is cool! 2. The presentation of the food is cool. 3. The waiters and waitresses wear cool costumes. Now for the bad stuff. Well it was actually my friend’s birthday and I feel so bad for...More
It was awesome!!!! Unique experience, yummy food, and good atention. Everyone who goes to Tokyo must visit this restaurant.
I was dead set on going here! I am a Halloween lover and I needed to experience this place. We showed up at 2200 as a walk in and were seated immediately. It was a little rushed because they close at 2300 but we were...More
An immersive and fun gothic vampire dinner! We reserved online for our party of 5 and did ala carte - it was easy to do but you need a Japanese phone number for confirmation. They had a lot of open tables when we went, so...More