Karaoke is so common and popular that you can find a bunch of karaoke places in Japan. It is now widely known in the world, but karaoke in Japan might be slightly different from the ones in your country. One thing is for sure, that is, it is exciting enough to make people obsessed with it. You need to have this unique and exciting experience at least once while you are in Japan!
Pasela Karaoke is one of the major karaoke chains in Tokyo and Osaka. They provide all kinds of comfortable, modern rooms for the best karaoke experience. They serve rich sweets and plenty of alcohol choices too! Here's all you need to know about the place (including the prices).
Karaoke Kan is an extremely popular karaoke chain store in Tokyo and in most cities across the country. You shouldn't have much trouble finding one near a train station. This is all you need to know about the place, including the price scheme an major locations.
Shidax has many locations across Tokyo including major ones in Shinjuku, Asakusa and Roppongi. It is a karaoke that is reasonably priced and has a great selection of food and drinks! Here is all the information you need about Shindax Karaoke!
Big Echo is the hugest karaoke chain in Japan. It is a benchmark in terms of good karaoke at a reasonable price. Also, the company has all sorts of brands so you are sure to find a karaoke kan that suits what you are looking for. Here is all you need to know about Karaoke Big Echo.
Karaoke No Tetsujin is a cheap karaoke box particularly popular with young people in Tokyo. You'll find information in this article about the prices, locations and food and drink items you can get at the popular karaoke place.
Doremifa Club in Toyocho, Tokyo, is a karaoke bar with private rooms that offers some tasty hearty foods! You can have a 300g Hamburg steak for instance! Appetizers, drinks, and desserts are also on the 70+ item menu! 24h open. Sing all night long (or all day) while eating great food!
Uta Hiroba is a really popular place to sing karaoke in Tokyo. It is one of the cheapest and has loads of songs, including thousands in English. Here is information on the pricing system, the food, drinks and the details of the major branches in Ueno, Shinjuku and Shibuya.
Looking for an interesting bar to go to? How about a horror-themed place where you can enjoy cheap food, drinks and sing karaoke? If that sounds appealing to you, you should come to Reien Bar in Akabane!