Check This Out: Japan Has a 'Suspiria' Themed Italian Bar in Tokyo
While we're waiting for David Gordon Green's remake of Dario Argento's 1977 horror classic Suspiria, a bar in Japan has taken cues from the horror film for their patrons to enjoy. FEARnet (via Movies.com) stumbled upon the Facebook page for Cambiare, a new Italian bar and grill found in Japan. More specifically, the bar resides in Tokyo's “Golden Gai” district in Shinjuku (apparently a popular nightlife area). The bar has posted photos (which could be better quality) of their business to show off the interior decorations, color scheme and more that is clearly inspired by the horror film, right down to the sign font.
Here are some photos from the inside of Cambiare from the bar's Facebook page:
Cambiare (visit their Facebook page) serves espresso, wine, beer, and antipasto are on the menu, but we're not sure if it features any themed drinks or other items inspired by Suspiria as well. We're thinking since it's in Tokyo that it might just be the decor that takes cues from the film. Either way, this definitely looks like a creepy sort of bar that might creep someone out on a first date. But if you're a cinephile looking for something unique to check out in Japan other than tourist spots, it sounds like Cambaire has the goods.
wasn't one of the taglines for the film 'Once you've seen it, you'll never feel safe in the dark'? yeah, that says 'first date bar' to me. nice decor, though. i'm personally not waiting for the remake, just like i wasn't waiting for the remakes of Let The Right One In or Carrie. they might turn out good, but i struggle to build enthusiasm for them when the originals still work so well.
son_et_lumiere on Jun 11, 2013
Spooky! Love the movie.
Isildur_of_Numenor on Jun 11, 2013
Oh. That is cool.
DAVIDPD on Jun 11, 2013
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