One of the busiest-looking places in Tokyo proper is the Shibuya Scramble Crossing. On Halloween, it is hopping with costume-goers. On any other night it’s just hopping.
I met with a couple friends by the Hachiko Statue (the dog statue). Even though we were all next to it, we had trouble finding each other in the river of people streaming around it. Finally, we located each other and headed up the main street, past the Shibuya 109 store.
Our friends GPS led us up and up and then finally left to a very seedy side of Shibuya, one filled with love hotels and girly bars. The kind of place that’ll get really busy later that evening. We’re not there for any of that.
We head into the Alcatrez ER restaurant:
Where they take us to our cell. Yes, you pay to be locked up in a mental hospital. I guess that kind of fits if you’re mental enough to go this themed restaurant. A nurse locks us up. Continue reading “Alcatrez ER Restaurant in Shibuya”