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Amsterdam’s first Japanese karaoke bar is open

(Photos by Nikki Schuurman/ Duke of Tokio)

There are a few things you can never have too much of in a city. Parks and other industrial outdoor space for a good festival, an endless restaurant scene and last but not least: karaoke bars! Even though Amsterdam already has a few fine places where you can show off your singing skills, the authentic Japanese karaoke bar hasn’t made an entrance yet. Until now because on the most lively street of Amsterdam, the Reguliersdwarsstraat, the city’s first Japanese karaoke bar is now open: Duke of Tokyo.

Duke of Tokyo opened in the heart of Amsterdam and is already a populair spot where people start their weekend. You can make a reservation online to be sure of one of the private karaoke booths. Each booth comes with a unique design and is inspired by the most eccentric neighbourhoods of Tokyo. Not in the mood to show off your singing skills? For a Japanese pint or a signature Duke of Tokyo cocktail you are also at the right place at Reguliersdwarsstraat 37.

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As though you’re walking through the narrow and mysterious streets of Tokyo, that’s the feeling you get when entering the Duke of Tokyo. In the back of the bar you can find eight karaoke booths, followed by a Japanese-like street filled with neon lights, posters and graffiti. The front of the karaoke bar is designed as a signature Japanese bar with intimate seating corners. At the bar you can try Duke of Tokyo’s signature cocktails, classic mixed drinks with an Asian twist and Japanese snacks.

Duke of Tokyo | Website for reservations
Reguliersdwarsstraat 37
1017 BK Amsterdam

 

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