Updated: December 23, 2019
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Dine As the Guest of a Vampire at Ginza's 'Vampire Cafe'

Ginza

Ginza is home to one of the spookiest restaurants in Tokyo; the 'Vampire Cafe.' The small restaurant is only open at night and is run by an ill-tempered vampire named 'Count Rose' who is hundreds of years old.

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Meet Your Host, Count Rose

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The vampire cafe is run by a vampire named Count Rose, a tall and intimidating fellow with a short temper. He'll show you to your seat and will come to wait on you whenever you ring the bell at your table. A word to the wise: decide what you'll be ordering before you summon the Count because he doesn't like to be kept waiting.

A 'Cozy' Dining Room

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Calling Count Rose with the ring of a bell
The dining room at Vampire Cafe is fairly small and 'cozy' with dim lighting provided by oil lamps at each table and a large candelabra atop the coffin in the center of the room. There are various charming decorations around the room such as skulls, bloodstains, and skeletons. The ambiance provided by the candlelight could actually be quite romantic were it not for the demonic decorations and the 6 foot-tall vampire walking around. Anyone who is a fan of classic horror fiction will love it here.
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Unique Cuisine

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All of the cuisine and drinks on the menu are themed to match the restaurant. There are several rose-themed dishes as well as "blood" infused drinks for visiting vampires. Some of the highlights of the menu are the dishes that get set on fire in front of you, including the flaming roast chicken and the margarita with a flaming pentagram. No matter what you order, your meal is sure to be exiting!
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Prices / Access

The prices are a bit higher than at a typical cafe (you're paying for an experience after all, not just the food.) Including a drink and a couple of dishes, expect to pay about ¥3,000 per person.

The Vampire Cafe is located on the 7th floor of the La Paix building which is 4 minutes away from the C3 exit of Ginza Station.
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DeLong
I live in west Tokyo and spend most of my time thinking about food or going bouldering.

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