Vampire Café and Other Strangely Themed Restaurants


Photo: Marianne Mancusi

WebUrbanist has a really neat post about 15 of the world's strangest themed restaurants. This one above is a photo from the Vampire Cafe in Tokyo:

Continuing the creepy, otherwordly themes is the Vampire Café in the Ginza section of Tokyo, where the interior is almost entirely blood red. Guests are ushered down a long hallway with red blood cells superimposed on the floor. Inside, the décor includes heavy velvet drapes, black coffins dripping with red candle wax, skulls and crosses. Many of the meals are vampire-themed, and diners drink red cocktails from martini glasses.

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This is uber Japanese. When I lived there was a Ninja restaurant that was so much fun, and also a monster themed restaurant. I love Tokyo and all of it's whacky themed restaurants.
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There are really weird cafés and restaurants all over the world. How could you ever open a restaurant called Hitler's cross??? I'm really shocked, that someone had such a stupid idea. But there are some restaurants and cafés I really want to visit in my life. My favorite will be the "Vampire Café" in Tokyo, that looks really good, and I really love all these vampire themes. The "Death Themed Restaurant" in Truskavets, Ukraine looks great too, but perhaps it looks like that there isn't much space in there. "The Hellfire Club" in Manchester, UK also looks really great. So hopefully I could visit them soon.
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