Updated: November 06, 2018
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Akabane Reien Bar: Get Spooked Out At This Tokyo Karaoke Bar!

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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!

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Akabane Reien

Akabane Reien is located at a 2 minute walk from the Akabane-Iwabuchi Station and a 4 minute walk from the Akaben Station. You probably won't miss this place as the whole exterior of the shop is covered with skulls! You should know what you're in for when you walk into this tavern!
Reien, which means cemetary in Japanese, is what is known as an "obake izakaya" (ghost tavern).
The place is actually smaller than it seems from the interior. Once in, aside from the ghostly atmosphere, you'll notice that this place is actually like a big karaoke room! Customers coming here are said to be generally really friendly, and so is the staff of the bar.
Spooky decorations are everywhere.
Akabane Reien is actually an all-you-can drink bar! For men the price is 2,500 yen and for women 2,000 yen. The drink drink selection is pretty standard.
And the food, well... is not amazingly good but interesting to look at. Some food items are actually a bit more vulgar but I won't be posting them here!
Bottom line is that you come here for cheap drinks, karaoke and the novelty of being in a weird ghost-themed bar that's really over the top. The experience might actually be more hilarious than scary. There are a couple of surprises here too that might occur while you're visiting but I won't spoil it for you!
tabikamome
Japanese food culture enthusiast. Love to explore new areas and discover local specialties.

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