One of the most fun ways to hang out with friends or eliminate stress is singing Karaoke (カラオケ) in the hundreds that can be found in Japan, but the only bad thing is that it probably will end up hoarse.
The price is usually paid for hours but we also have the ability to pay a little more for free time.
They have private rooms, larger or smaller depending on the amount of people.
The song selection is done with a modern remote control with display and endless options, which can select songs previously searching for them by type of music or song name or artist for example. There is always a huge TV screen and microphones.
In the rooms you can order food and drink, for that reason we have a phone where we can place orders. The phone also serves to remind you when the time is about to end.
Did you know?
The word “Karaoke” derives from the word “空” (empty) and “オーケストラ” (orchestra), which literally means empty orchestra!