One of Tokyo’s many themed cafes, this one is a Dracula-lover’s dream come true (or should that be nightmare?).
Fitted out with more red velvet than you could shake a stake at, enough chandeliers to hide a bat hoard and even a coffin for the resident host – you’ll not be short of photo ops. There’s a ¥500 yen seating charge and set courses are available for around ¥5,000.
Dishes come splattered with blood, dotted with roses and doused in flames, so get into the theme and you won’t be dissapointed.
- 259 m from Ginza Station Ginza Line (G9)Hibiya Line (H9)Marunouchi Line (M16)
- 424 m from Higashiginza Station Hibiya Line (H10)Asakusa Line (A11)
- 0.5 km from Yurakucho Station Yurakucho Line (Y18)Yamanote Line (JY30)Keihin-Tōhoku Line (JK25)
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