by Cayce McCarthy. Arts and Entertainment blogger.
Japan has many unique cafés where people can dine with their feet in water surround by koi fish, there are adorable kitten cafes and even awesome anime cafés where people enjoy foods from their favorite films and shows. So, it’s no surprise that Japan has another awesomely vampire-themed café called Vampire Café. This café is located on the 7th floor of the La Paix building in Ginza; which is a part of the Hachiko District in Tokyo Japan. The restaurant has a “350-year-old” vampire waiter who attends to guests when they ring their dinner bell. The vampire waiter known as Count Rose will bring a menu that looks like a Holy book with some scary meals inside.
One of the meals is a noodle dish that is served covered in squid ink making it look like a deadly meal. There’s also the flaming chicken that will be lit right at the guest’s table. The restaurant also serves some vampire glow in the dark cocktails and a delicious dessert tray that has three layers of different desserts. The best dessert is “The Fire That Melts the Coffin” dessert where ice cream on a chocolate cake is melted a bit like a soufflé. The restaurant is also decorated in Gothic fashion with skulls, blood-colored curtains and table cloths, dripping blood candles, and more. If someone is a vampire lover or a fan of the goth style then this should definitely be on their bucket list.