I love this ANABA because it is creepy and cute at the same time.
It looks like a real-life vampire's lair.
Perfect for a date or gathering with fellow goths, vampire freaks, (self-proclaimed) vampires and vampire hunters.
If you are fascinated with vampires and the Gothic as much as I am, this vampire-themed restaurant is the place to be!
With its dimly-lit dining area, all black furniture, blood-red velvet curtains, coffin and Gothic-themed decorations, the restaurant calls itself the "present-day house of Count Dracula." The restaurant staff are dressed in J-Goth and Gothic Lolita outfits, which add a unique Tokyo vibe to the mix. À la carte menu is available, however, if you come at special times - for instance, during Halloween month - only seasonal course menu will be offered. Trust me, it is totally worth a try.
The restaurant has a very convenient location - only 3 minutes walk from Ginza Station and less than 200 meters away from the main boulevard. It is best to book in advance since it is usually crowded with locals on weekend nights and of course, during Halloween. One more thing to notice, the restaurant opens in the evening from 5pm to 11.30pm because you know, vampires are sensitive with daylight..
Vampire Cafe Ginza
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