Haunted houses in Japan are known for being scary! If you want to experience unique local culture when you visit Japan, you should definitely visit a haunted house. Here are three different haunted house located in different places. Make sure to scare yourself if you have the chance.
Guaranteed by ‘Guinness Book of World Records’, this haunted house promises fright up to its 900 meter distance. It is considered to be the landmark of Fuji-Q Highland. The realistic props, scenes and dedicated employees dress up to frighten visitors make this haunted house insanely scary. The scariest part is definitely the last section where the dark hospital building is pitch black. Doesn’t your spine feel cold just reading about it?
The famous tourist attraction, Asakusa, also has a haunted house. Haunted House~Cherry Blossom Evil Spirits~ (お化け屋敷~桜の怨霊~), has a specific Japanese Asakusa style. There are all kinds of Japanese architectural designs, scary walls with Japanese dolls and monsters in Japanese outfits that promise to have you tearfully running to the exit in horror!
Daiba Bizarre High School (台場怪奇学校) is known as one of the scariest haunted houses, as it already has had over 700,000 visitors. It is a popular haunted house with Japanese people visiting over and over without getting sick of it. The school ghost story theme turns this familiar environment into a horrifying venue meant to terrify its guests. Quite a few visitors claim it is scarier than the haunted house in Fuji-Q Highland.