Experience skin-crawling Japanese horror in real life at Daiba Haunted School — the brainchild of famed horror house producers. Enter and be transported to an abandoned school with a dark past, within which you’ve to carry out a mission to escape.
**About Your Ticket** • Your flexible ticket is valid for 3 months • Your tickets do not allow priority entry; you may still have to wait in line to enter the facility • This ticket cannot be used in conjunction with other coupons, special offers, discounts, etc. • Some conditions of use may be subject to change to the extent that they do not interfere with the use of the ticket • Cancellations or changes cannot be accepted under any circumstances after payment has been completed. No refunds will be made if the ticket is not used within its validity period • Tickets will not be reissued under any circumstances (lost, burned, or damaged). Please keep your ticket in a safe place • Please be careful not to activate your ticket before entry — you will not be allowed to enter with a used ticket **About the Experience** • This activity is only for participants aged 6 and above • Participants aged 6–12 should be accompanied by a parent or guardian • Participants must be able to understand Japanese, English, or Chinese • Groups of 6 or more will be divided into smaller groups • You are not allowed to leave the activity midway. Participants must proceed to the end of the haunted house once they enter • Please follow the instructions of the staff • For your safety and security, the venue has set admission restrictions • This activity is not recommended for pregnant women, people wearing pacemakers or assistive devices, people in wheelchairs or crutches, people with impaired vision and/or hearing, and people who are prone to hyperventilation and panic attacks. You may be denied entry if any of the above apply to you, so please do not book this activity • Guests who are intoxicated will be denied entry • Pets are not allowed • Wheelchairs, strollers, luggage, umbrellas, and other items that are bulky or obstructive are not allowed into the premises. The facility cannot store your items for you • Baggage cannot be stored. Please hold onto your own belongings or use the coin lockers inside DECKS Tokyo Beach • We are not responsible for any injury, loss or damage to your baggage • Food and beverages, including candy and chewing gum, are not allowed in the facility • Please turn off cell phones and other devices that light up or make noise • Photography is not allowed inside the facility, but you are free to take pictures of the exterior • Some of the photos on this page are for illustration only **How to Book** 1: Once your booking is confirmed, you will receive an email with your e-ticket 2: Your flexible e-ticket is valid for 3 months from the date of purchase; it is non-refundable and non-transferable 3: On the day of your visit, present your e-ticket with QR code on a smartphone for entry (please refrain from using tablets)
Experience being the protagonist of a Japanese horror film at Daiba Haunted School, produced by renowned haunted house producers Yurei Hirano and Zombie Saito! Located in the Decks Tokyo Beach mall in Odaiba, this spine-chilling haunted house transports those who dare enter to a long-abandoned school. Legend has it that the school is cursed by students who killed themselves inside decades ago, and your mission is to enter the school and save their souls, navigating the narrow winding hallways with just a flickering torch. Not sure if you can handle the scares? You can also opt to enter the attraction on “Amulet Mode” to ward off evil spirits for a more toned-down horror experience. And when you’re done completing your mission, shake off those scares with some shopping at Decks Tokyo Beach or a relaxing stroll at nearby Odaiba Seaside Park. This experience is available in English, and the theme occasionally changes to match the season or due to tie-ups with horror media, so repeat visits never get boring! Book your tickets to Daiba Haunted School now to experience Japanese horror in real life!