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Since 1967, Kamehachi Old Town has been a favorite destination for thousands of diners. With a large entry bar, an elegant dining room, a relaxed upstairs lounge, and a large sidewalk patio, Kamehachi Old Town also hosts BATSU! in its lounge.

About Kamehachi

In Japan, batsu means "punishment" and the batsu-game is a form of comedy competition where the losers are forced to endure hilarious and outrageous penalties. The performers of BATSU! are members of the acclaimed New York comedy group FOU, who have blended this wildly popular piece of Japanese culture with their own hysterical style of improv comedy!

Four warriors compete in comedic challenges to avoid electric shocks, paintballs, a giant egg-smashing chicken, and many more hilarious and jaw-dropping punishments!

BATSU! Chicago will take place in the legendary Kamehachi in Old Town. Female owned and operated since 1967, Kamehachi is Chicago’s original Sushi Bar.

1531 N. Wells St.
Chicago, IL 60611
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Transportation & Parking

Metered parking and street parking are available.
    Brown
    Sedgwick
    Red
    North/Clybourn
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