Lock Up @ Shinjuku, Tokyo

At the entrance you'll be handcuffed, then the waitress dress in police outfit will bring you to the locked cell, it may not sound very appealing but locals and visitor actually like the experience of dining at The Lockup's, it's great success restaurant which they have now open in various location in Japan. Japan is home to a number of wacky and curious theme restaurants but The Lockup fits in a very particular genre, that of "haunted prison on the moon."

Lock Up @ Shinjuku
Shinjuku Square Building.,
6/7F, 1-16-3 Kabuki-cho, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
Tel: 03-5292-5516
Website: http://www.kitanokazoku.co.jp (In Japanese)
Business Hours: 5:00pm-5:00am
Price Dinner: 3,000-3,999yen (per person)
The Lockup is a great place for group gathering for those who don't mind being a little spooky dining experienced. You'll all be surprised throughout your dinner with monster attacks and power outrages while being locked in your cell, which is fun to scream and laugh with your friends. Haha, be careful when the lights go out cause the haunted corridors hold all sorts of surprises. Lock Up branches in Shibuya, Shinjuku, Omiya and Ikebukuro where you’ll be chained by sexy cop as she leads you to your cell, where you’ll carry out your dining sentence behind bars.
The menu is a on-theme izakaya fare (pizza, salad, various grilled meats), drink and dessert options like pasta with eyeballs, skull-shaped chicken and goopy libations served in syringes. Please be expected to spend a minimum of ¥3,000 per person dining here.
Themed Drinks - interesting!!!
Salad top with warm mushrooms
Deep fried chicken cutlet in hot pan
Hot stone crab roe rice
Lock Up cell no.78

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