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The Lockup

By Weekender Editor

A haunted dungeon-themed izakaya in the middle of Tokyo. On entering the prison-style restaurant you must first brave the dark entrance, complete with terrifying skeletons, before being handcuffed by a waitress and escorted to be detained in your cell. Food and drink in the dungeon are pure entertainment, but it’s the presentation and the overall experience that makes it special. To accompany the typical and rather commonplace izakaya-style fare, you will have multi-colored drinks served in test tubes, medicine bottles, and syringes, resembling something from a Hammer horror movie.

Address: 33-1 Udagawa-cho, Shibuya-ku

Website: http://www.lock-up.jp/

Tel: 03-5728-7731

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