Daiba Haunted School

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Daiba Haunted School

Time Out says

This is no run-of-the-mill funfair obake-yashiki (haunted house) with half-hearted scares that are more hilarious than horrifying. Located in Odaiba, this ghostly attraction is designed to look like an abandoned, decrepit school – plus, there’s a storyline to your adventure. Armed with only a flickering torch, you are supposed to make your way inside and save the souls of the students and headteacher who – as the legend goes – committed suicide a long time ago. The soundtrack mimics a horror flick, with abrupt sounds of movements, random voices and a child’s creepy laughter, all designed to send shivers down your spine.

Since Japan is known for its horror movies, you can expect a similarly well-thought-out setting, complete with frightening mannequins, narrow winding corridors and foreboding smoke. While your journey through the school won’t last longer than 10 to 15 minutes, scaredy-cats can attest that even a couple of terrifying minutes can feel like forever – especially when this creepy adventure is also available entirely in English and you can understand every terrifying word coming at you.


Decks Tokyo Beach (Seaside Mall) 4F, 1-6-1 Daiba, Minato
Kaihinkoen Station (Yurikamome line)
Opening hours:
11am-9pm (last entry 8.45pm) daily
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