Do you already know karaoke bar Duke of Tokyo? They have previously opened successful locations in Amsterdam and Utrecht, and this great concept is coming to Rotterdam on December 16!
In addition to singing in eight private karaoke rooms and sipping the tastiest cocktails, eating in the associated restaurant 'Izakaya DUKI' makes your evening complete. Visit Duke of Tokyo and imagine yourself in a world full of neon, murals, light signs and 3D art straight from Tokyo.
In Japan they do karaoke a little differently: not in a packed pub where everyone is listening, but in a private karaoke booth where you can have a party with your own group. You can rent a karaoke booth at Duke of Tokyo together with friends, colleagues or family. You can sing your favourite song for at least two hours. With more than 20,000 options, your choice is guaranteed.
While you and your friends are having a party, you can easily order snacks and drinks via a tablet. Whether there are 4 or 25 of you, there is a room available for both groups. Have you finished singing? Then join the party where DJs play from Thursday to Saturday.
There is more than singing and drinks. A completely new restaurant, called 'Izakaya DUKI', is opening in a hidden part of the bar. Through a replica door of the 7-Eleven supermarket you enter a traditional-looking Izakaya, where authentic Japanese dishes are served. Izakaya DUKI is a collaboration with the Rotterdam-Japanese company Osozai.
The menu includes classic, homemade dishes such as Yakitori, Takoyaki, Sake Clams, Agedashi Tofu and Salmon Tataki. There are also plenty of delicious options on the menu for vegans. In addition to all the delicacies, there is an extensive cocktail menu with signature cocktails, made from Japanese ingredients such as yuzu and miso, and you can choose from different types of beer, wine and sake.