Going to a hauted attraction called obake yashiki is a Japanese summer tradition. Many attractions are open during the summer. Below is a list of popular attractions open throughout the year.
*All information on this page is subject to change without notice.
It's known as the scariest haunted house in Japan. It takes about 60 minutes to walk through the 900m route in the haunted hospital.
Location: Fuji Q Highland
5-6-1 Shin-Nishihara Fujiyoshida-city, Yamanashi
Fee: 500 yen plus Fuji Q Highland admission fee
It's a walk-through horror attraction in an indoor amusement park called Namco Namja Town in Tokyo. It takes about 10 minutes to walk through the haunted inn and guests experience haunted photo occurrences.
Location: Sunshine City World Import Mart Building
3-1-3 Higashi Ikebukuro Toshima-ku, Tokyo
Access: 8 minute walk from Ikebukuro Station / 3 minute walk from Tokyo Subway Higashi-Ikebukuro Station
Fee: 600 yen plus Namco Nanja Town admission fee
It's a haunted doll themed attraction with great sounds and image effects located in a SEGA's fun amusement park in Tokyo.
Location: Tokyo Joypolis
DECKS Tokyo Beach
3F-5F 1-6-1 Daiba Minato-ku, Tokyo
Access: Yurikamome Odaiba Kaihin Koen Station / Tinkai Line Tokyo Teleport Station
Fee: 500 yen plus admission to Tokyo Joypolis
It's a scary walk-through haunted house located in an amusement park called Nagashima Spaland.
Location: Nagashima Resort
Nagashima-cho Kuwana-city, Mie Prefecture
Fee: 300 yen plus admission to Nagashima Spaland
It's a new-style, horror-centered town in a theme park. There are different styles of horror attractions, including a traditional Japanese obake-yashiki-style one.
Location: Nagasaki Huis Ten Bosch
Sasebo-city, Nagasaki Prefecture
Fee: Varies for each attraction