Updated: November 07, 2018
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Pasela Karaoke In Tokyo: Stunning Rooms, Good Drink Selection, And Rich Sweets!

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).

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Pasela Karaoke

Karaoke Pasela is a major karaoke chain that is popular in the Tokyo area and in Osaka. It has branches at a walking distance of major stations of the metropolitan areas. The karaoke box is known for its nice original concept decors for all kinds of occasions.
Some rooms even have dining tables, ideal for small groups who'd like to have a nice meal that turns into a fun karaoke session.

Popular Locations In Tokyo

Shinjuku Kabukicho

In the heart of Shinjuku's Kabukicho, there is a Pasela Resort store which has both the Karaoke Pasela box and Squall Cafe, which is a cafe which specializes in cute cakes and Harajuku-style pancakes. This location is at about a 5-minute walking distance of the Shinjuku Station (East Exit).


The Shibuya location is a huge location on many floors and is equipped with party rooms often used for birthday parties or company parties. Many people go there in small groups as well. This location is at a 3-minute distance from the Hachiko Exit of The Shibuya Station.

Karaoke Pasela Akihabara And Final Fantasy Cafe

The Pasela Karaoke in Akihabara has the added bonus of having a Final Fantasy-themed cafe within it! If you are a fan of the series, why not try out the cafe while you are there?


These are the prices at the Shinjuku Kabukicho Location only. Prices at other locations may change slightly so use this information to give you a general idea of the price scheme at Pasela if you are going to another branch.

Prices For 30 Minutes

Monday to Friday and days before national holidays:
- ¥232
Saturday, Sunday, and national holidays:
- ¥278
Soft drink all-you-can-drink option for an additional ¥139

Sunday to Thursday, and national holidays:
- ¥417
Friday and Saturday, and days before national holidays:
- ¥463

Free Time

Sunday to Thursday, national holidays:
- ¥2,593
You can add an alcohol all-you-can-drink option for ¥1,575


Without a doubt, the signature menu item of Pasela is the "Honey Toast", which is basically half a loaf of bread made into a rich honey flavoured dessert with various kinds of toppings. They offer many kinds and the prices are around ¥800.
If you want something to share with a group you can order this kind of course which start from ¥4,000. This is the "meaty course" and comes with an assortment of meats, salads and a rice dish.
You can also order all kinds of tapas dishes a la carte for ¥463.


Pasela has a huge drinks menu with everything you can imagine and more. Most items are around ¥500. Fruit cocktails with pieces of real fruit inside are pretty popular and are ¥630. At all locations, you can add an all you can drink option for about ¥1,500 so if you are planning on drinking over three dinks, you should take the all-you-can-drink option.
They have plenty of soft drinks and floats too that anyone with a soft spot for sweets will love.

Songs In English

Pasela Karaoke has tens of thousands of songs in English and the language settings of the machine from which you order the songs can easily be changed to English.


For a fun karaoke time, Pasela is definitely a good choice. The rooms of the karaoke box have been voted the best in the country for three years in a row! And make sure to try that honey toast.

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