Event starts May 17, 2023, at Tokyo Mystery Circus!
Renowned haunted house producer, Hirofumi Gomi, joins hands with SCRAP to produce the scariest Real Escape Game experience yet! <br>
Sadako from the iconic Japanese horror series, The Ring, comes to life.
Can you survive and escape this terror?
"SADAKO and the Cursed Video" is an interactive live-entertainment event that you attend in person. Participants will have to make their way through a spooky set, collect clues to solve the mystery behind the cursed videotape, and hope to make it out of the haunted house alive.
Endure the fear and suspense of Sadako lurking in the shadows, never knowing when she'll show up, while you search the house for clues to survive her deadly curse...
The activity has a time limit of 30 mins, with the option to extend 5 minutes at a time at an additional cost. The English version launches May 17, 2023, at Tokyo Mystery Circus in Shinjuku, Tokyo.
＋＋＋ STORY ＋＋＋
Death comes to those who watch it. 30 minutes is the limit.
It appears that Sadako's "cursed video" exists in real life.
The rumors point to a single house where this video had been discovered.
They say that all who stepped foot inside have yet to return.
Unable to contain your curiosity, you made your way there.
The house is old with no signs of life within. The front door is unlocked. Your heart pounds as you step inside. Through the darkness, one thing catches your eye - a lone TV sitting in the middle of the room...
Unexplainable phenomena. A dark shadow following your every move.
Is it really Sadako? How can you break the curse?
Summon all the courage you have and investigate the house for a way to evade death. Will you survive?
So... Are you brave enough?
Come experience the English ver. from May 17, 2023, at Tokyo Mystery Circus in Shinjuku, Tokyo!
＋＋＋ EVENT INFO ＋＋＋
Real Escape Game x Haunted House
SADAKO and the Cursed Video
▼Tickets and more at the OFFICIAL EVENT WEBSITE:
■Venue: TOKYO MYSTERY CIRCUS (https://mysterycircus.jp/en/access)
■Date: May 17th, 2023 onwards.
■Price: from 2,600 yen/person.