Maneki Restaurant & Karaoke

It is at Maneki Restaurant that food is prepared with finesse and diligence. Each roll has unique ingredients coming together in harmony. The original names of each item reflect its contents and they have been carefully created by the experienced Sushi Sama chefs. Whether it’s to eat healthily or for a special event, you will be satisfied with your experience! We are centrally located in Dawson Street!

Maneki Karaoke

In essence, pretty much everyone in Japan does karaoke! While there are, of course, people who would rather push needles into their fingertips than sing in public, the private rooms in Japan are much more accommodating for the less-than-stellar singers or the crooners who can’t quite find the right key—but wanna sing out nevertheless. As the only people in the room are those in your party, you can feel more comfortable letting loose and not worrying about a stranger’s harsh judgment. Not to mention, people in Japan are typically very encouraging and supportive. Teasing is not a part of the culture, and keeping the harmony (a big part of Japanese culture) means uplifting the less-talented singers while being careful not to overly praise the power performers.

As with every topic about a group of people at large, this doesn’t apply to everyone. There will always be those groups who are more comfortable with ribbing and joking while singing, but, generally, karaoke in Japan is a safe and open place for all levels of singers.

Furthermore, karaoke rooms can typically accommodate your group, whether large or small. You can rock up to a karaoke shop as a couple, with friends or even a large sports team or company afterparty (keep in mind that large party rooms should be booked in advance). You can even go alone, which is commonly called hitokara (a blending of hitori de, meaning “by oneself,” and karaoke). While some people might consider going to karaoke alone a bit sad, it’s a great way to work on those songs you wanted to master (but couldn’t belt in your shower) or a good place to practice your musical instruments—as music studio rental fees are much higher than a karaoke room.

Dinner & Karaoke Packages Available – please see our website http://www.manekiktv.com

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Opening Hours

Monday 12 : 00 – 22 : 30
Tuesday 12 : 00 – 22 : 30
Wednesday 12 : 00 – 22 : 30
Thursday 12 : 00 – 22 : 30
Friday 12 : 00 – 23 : 30
Saturday 12 : 00 – 23 : 30
Sunday 12 : 00 – 22 : 30

Contact Details

43 Dawson Street,

Dublin 2

Tel: o1 561 0889

hello@dawson43.com

http://www.maneki.ie

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