Have Your Pants Scared Off at the Japanese Haunted House in Kabukicho, Shinjuku

04.August.2018 | SPOT

Humax Entertainment, a company that promotes the fun of real life games, has developed an obakeyashiki, or Japanese haunted house experience at inSPYre in Kabukicho, Shinjuku.

When the event was first held tickets sold out within 30-minutes on Nico Nico Chokaigi, so in a bid to have more people enjoy the experience they have set it up once more.

It is an upscaled version of the ‘Angel of Massacre’ developed by obakeyashiki producer Hirofumi Gomi.

There will also be a special event inside that happens on August 1-3 and 14 only where those enter will be pinned against the wall by a scythe wielder.


Do you dare to enter Kabukicho’s haunted house?



Angel of Massacre Horror House @inSPYre 6F

Running: August 1, 2018 – August 14, 2018

Opening Hours: 10:00am-10:00pm

Duration: 25-30 minutes

Address: inSPYre, HUMAX Pavilion Shinjuku Kabukicho 6F, 1-20-1 Kabukicho, Shinjuku, Tokyo

TEL: 03-5155-1481

Access: 3-minutes on foot from Seibu Shinjuku Station / 5-minutes on foot from JR Shinjuku Station

Official Website: https://gamemaga.denfaminicogamer.jp/satsuriku/horror2018summer.html

Ticket Prices: 12 years and below ¥1,250 / 13-16 years ¥1,550 / Adults ¥2,050 (*Prices include insurance premium)

How to Buy
Priority Tickets: https://t.livepocket.jp/p/inspyre (Includes separate handling charges)

Same-day tickets available on site.


Special Performance: “Scythe Don”

A play on the popular ‘kabedon,’ you will be pinned against a wall by a scythe wielding murderer. Taking place on August 1, 2, 3 and 14 only.



*Children aged 12 and below must be accompanied by a guardian aged 13+.

*Those aged between 13-16 must show their student ID as proof of age.

*Those arriving on their own are permitted entry but will be placed with other people.

*Please wear clothes and shoes that are easy to move in.

*Those below 130cm in height are not permitted entry.

*The following people are not permitted entry due to safety reasons:

・Children aged 12 and below on their own.

・Those intoxicated or feeling unwell.

・Pregnant women.

・Those affected by epilepsy, heart disease, broken bones or other physical ailments.