Updated: November 06, 2018
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Uta Hiroba: All You Need To Know About The Popular Karaoke Kan!

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.

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Uta Hiroba (歌広場)

With branches near most major stations, Uta Hiroba is one of the most popular karaoke places in the greater Tokyo area. Below are the details of some popular branches, as well as the pricing system and the food and drink menu.

Popular Locations

There are branches of Karaoke Hiroba all across Tokyo and its suburbs but here are some places that are really popular because they are located near Tokyo's busiest stations.

Shinjuku Kabukicho Location (新宿歌舞伎町店)

There are a couple of locations in the Shinjuku area and this is a popular location in the heart of Kabukicho, opened 24h.

Ueno (上野広小路店)

This is a popular branch in the Ueno area. It is near the Ueno Station and at a 15-minute walk from the Akihabara Station.

Shibuya Miyamasuzaka Location (渋谷宮益坂店)

This location is at a 3-minute walk from the Shibuya Station.

Prices

These are the prices taken from the Ueno Hirokoji Branch (上野広小路店). The prices vary slightly for each store but you can use these as a reference to give you a general idea of how much it costs. Every location gives you access to an all-you-can-drink soft drink bar included in the basic price. They also have all you can drink options either for 30 minutes or for a free time period. This latter option is usually a better deal if you are planning to be there for more than three hours.

Prices For 30 Minutes

OPEN~18:00
Everyday
- ¥165 with all-you-can-drink soft drinks

18:00~CLOSE
Sunday to Thursday, excluding days before national holidays
- ¥370 with soft drink all-you-can-drink option
- ¥650 with alcohol all-you-can-drink alcohol option
Friday, Saturday, and days before national holidays
- ¥470 with soft drink all-you-can-drink option
- ¥750 with alcohol all-you-can-drink option

Free Time Option (unlimited time)

OPEN~20:00
Sunday to Thursday, excluding days before national holidays
- ¥1,180 with soft drink all-you-can-drink option
- ¥2,480 with alcohol all-you-can-drink option
Friday, Saturday, and days before national holidays
- ¥1,480 with soft drink all-you-can-drink option
- ¥2,980 with alcohol all-you-can-drink option

23:00~5:00 AM
Sunday to Thursday, excluding days before national holidays
- ¥1,180 with soft drink all-you-can-drink option
- ¥2,680 with alcohol all-you-can-drink option
Friday, Saturday, and days before national holidays
- ¥2,180 with soft drink all-you-can-drink option
- ¥3,280 with alcohol all-you-can-drink option

Food Menu

They have a pretty extensive menu which includes, fried potatoes, rice dishes, ramen, pasta dishes, pizzas, takoyaki, salads, karaage (deep fried chicken), sweets (ice cream, pancakes), and more. The prices per item are fairly cheap, ranging from ¥290 to ¥390 for most items.

Soft Drink Menu

You have access to a soft drink bar that includes so many kinds of drinks, both hot and cold. You can even get a cola float with some ice cream on top, some fancy looking alcohol-free peach cocktails, some tapioca bubble teas and even some soft serve ice cream!

Alcohol Menu

As for the alcohol menu, they have even more choices, from beers to Calpis soda based drinks, to cocktails, to wines and tequila-based drinks... You will find something for sure that will tickle your fancy. If you order the drinks a la carte they are about ¥500.

Songs In English?

Of course, this is a major Karaoke chain so they have thousands of songs in English. You might have trouble finding some artists if you're looking for more indie songs but for the most part, they have what is popular and the classics.

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