Five Of The World’s Most Bizarre Restaurants

Published April 14, 2012
Updated March 1, 2018
Published April 14, 2012
Updated March 1, 2018

Most Bizarre Restaurants: Vampire Café, Tokyo

Bizarre Restaurants Vampire Cafe

Ginza, Tokyo houses the Gothic paradise of Vampire Café. Staying true to its name, the café is decorated with bloody references like red velvet walls, red blood-celled floors, red thrones for seating and red aperitif garnished with tiny skulls for drinking. Coffins are scattered along the premise with flickering candles sitting on top while Baroque music emanates throughout the dining establishment, thus completing the ambiance. Thankfully Dracula’s food isn’t on the menu, which can best be described as a mix of Italian, French and Japanese cuisine.

Vampire Cafe

Vampire Cafe Tokyo