Unique Izakaya (Japanese bar) in Ginza, Tokyo (w/Photos)

If you are a Japan-and-Sake lover, you probably won’t be unfamiliar with Izakaya. It is a usual sight in Japan where salarymen and students gathering together in Izakaya, smacking their lips over nice meals and alcohol, and making merry. This time in Ginza, we found an Izakaya providing a novel service.

A demon in Izakaya⁉

Under the light with moderate brightness, the restaurant was filled with calm atmosphere, thronged and alive with lots of customers. While all groups were enjoying their drinking parties at ease, suddenly a suspicious voice vibrated through the whole restaurant. Five minutes later, a red ghost on a straw-made costume showed up and walked from table to table, yelling “Are naughy kids around?”. We were scared by his look at first sight, but he was surprisingly kind and just drank and made merry with customers.

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