The World’s First “Drive-In Haunted House!” Where Else But Tokyo! “What The Friday!?!?” Here Are Pictures And Details!

“This is a garage where a horrible incident occurred long ago. Now people say that if you park your car inside and honk your horn three times, something will happen.”

“What The Friday!?!?!”

With those words, let’s head to Tokyo, where they aren’t letting the pandemic slow down their love of a good scare!

Welcome To The World’s First “Drive-In Haunted House!”

That’s right – it’s a haunted garage, located in Tokyo’s Higashi Azabu district!

You see, Japan loves horror films – they are, after all, the home of “The Ring” and “The Grudge” films, and now, a unique haunted house as well!

The very inventive team at the Japanese Haunted House Design Company Kowagarasetai has created what they are calling the world’s first “drive-in haunted house!”

Yes, for a little extra they will even leave your car with a few “lasting memories!”

Of course, the great website Soranews24.com had all the details – because of the coronavirus:

“All guests must be inside a vehicle, and admission pricing, 8,000 yen (US$75), covers everyone inside your car. However, there is a way for non car-owners to get in on the fun. The drive-in haunted house will be held for two days. July 4 (from noon to 7:30 p.m.) is for people coming in their own cars, but on July 5 (11 a.m.-6:30 p.m.), Kowagarasetai will have parked vehicles for walk-up guests to sit in, for an additional 1,000 yen per car. Each of the provided cars can seat up to four guests and is thoroughly disinfected between sessions, with each car only being used for guests arriving in the same group (i.e. strangers won’t be placed in the same car).”

If I was there Id love this! You can see even more pictures at the Soranews24.com website here:


https://soranews24.com/2020/06/23/coronavirus-leads-to-the-creation-of-haunted-drive-in-in-tokyo-this-summer【photos】/

I would also stay in a haunted house – or in this case, a haunted HOTEL:

The Monarch Hotel has a variety of creepy “death rooms” to sleep in – see more details by clicking on my story here:

https://johnrieber.com/2019/08/08/will-you-check-in-to-this-haunted-hotel-the-black-monarch-offers-rooms-and-scares-as-well/

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17 replies

  1. Don’t let the virus get you down must be Japan’s mantra. Innovative and creepy!

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  2. That’s clever. Sounds like fun. I will pass on the haunted house, though.

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  3. oh, wow! I have startle response and always scream and cry in haunted houses and kick at ‘monsters’ who jump out at me, don’t know if I’d do better in a car or not, but for some reason I’d still love to try it.

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  4. I think I would enjoy this, John. I’ve always liked haunted houses.

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  5. The Japanese are so inventive! My wife would love to stay in that haunted hotel. She is heavily into ghosts, spirits, and hauntings. Her favourite TV shows are the US imports like Ghost Loop and Portals To Hell.
    Gives me time to do anything else but watch them. 🙂
    Best wishes, Pete.

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