Karaoke at the Japanese room Have a traditional Japanese home’s atmosphere
Have you tried Karaoke before?
Karaoke is an entertainment to sing favorite songs with music, and it was born in Japan.
Its lyrics are shown on the monitor, so that you can sing even if you don’t know the lyrics.
Pitches can be controlled and echoes can be put, so that your songs will be heard better.
Most towns in Japan have Karaoke.
You can sing any songs in a private room.
Furthermore, it’s able to order room services, so that it’s often used as a party room.
When you visit Japan, we recommend you to try Karaoke.
And why don’t you try it at Japanese room?
Karaoke Pasela Akihabara-Showa-street launch, located in Akihabara where is famous of electrics and
game products, has concepts rooms of the traditional Japanese house.
Speaking of the living room in a Japanese house during the Showa period, there are TV and
“Chabudai (round table)”.
In a small room, Chabudai makes the room looks bigger, and people can sit if the number of people is gained.
The TV is set in front of Chabudai, and people watch it while having a meal or a tea at Chabudai.
A good point of the tatami is able to lie on it.
There is no need to sit with the seiza style.
You can lie, sit on at ease, drink and eat on it.
Then, let’s enjoy Karaoke!
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