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Chupa♥Cabra's Interior
Location Data
Name
Romaji
Katakana
Katakana
Alternate Title(s)
Located In Death City
Controlled By Arisa, Risa
Real World Data
Manga Debut Soul Eater Icon :Chapter 0.1
Anime Debut Soul Eater Icon :Episode 1

Chupa♡Cabra's (チュパキャブラス, Chupa Kyaburasu) is a cabaret club (キャバクラ, Kyabakura) located deep within Death City, and a club that Spirit often visits. It is a cabaret club like no other, as it turns out that it is run by Witches.

Location

Located in Death City, it is a club located on the eighth district in a part called B Block, a crowded industrial neighborhood with overhead powerlines visible.

Appearance

  • The anime's version of the Chupa Cabra sign
  • Spirit and Blair celebrate

The club itself is a rather small and plain building, with the exception of an enormous and highly adorned sign set above the entirety of the club's front, easily equalling the structure in size, bearing the club's name in enormous Japanese katakana letters and adorned with hearts and lights that are turned on at night.

Interior

The interior consists of an enclosed bar, surrounded by multiple stools and a separate payment area along one wall and many partitioned sections, containing individual small couches and rounded glass tables, opposite.

The decour inside is furnished with a predominantly pink coloring, featuring numerous pieces that are lavishly accented with golden trim, which also generally conform to a heart theme that is displayed throughout, even appearing on the front door in the form of a heart-shaped window. The club is lit by a great number of candles, that are both present on the many tables and built in along some of the walls.

There is also a separate changing locker area for the main female staff.

Staff

You won't find a cabaret club with Witches anywhere else.

Risa and Arisa, Chapter 69

Along with the bartender, a smartly-dressed man with a moustache, the main staff and attraction of the club are the three females known as the 'Cabaret Ladies: The Chupa♡Girls' (キャバ嬢 チュパ♡GIRLS Kyabajou Chupa GIRLS) consisting of the Witches Risa and Arisa along with the newest club employee, Blair. Although Risa and Arisa originally set up the club in order to spy for Arachnophobia, after they were apprehended, Death struck a deal with them to help save his son, Death the Kid from the Book of Eibon. If they succeeded, they would be allowed to start working in the club again, although their freedom would still be restricted. Since then, they seem to be fully accepted into Death City and the DWMA, and have developed the means of fighting fire with fire, as the Witches aid Shibusen with their magic.

Business

Normally, the club is free to be visited by people, but occasionally, the staff can be hired to go on a business trip to hold functions at other places, in the case with Death (although it was actually Spirit who organized it).

Audience

The most frequent visitor to the club is Spirit Albarn, who is well known to the staff. Although previously visiting there to see Risa and Arisa, recently he spends a lot of time talking to Blair, typically over issues concerning his wife and daughter. Although initially for adults, the three had recently advertised itself to Shibusen students, much to Marie's chagrin.

Soul Eater

Chupa♡Cabra's is frequently used as a visiting place by Spirit, and is used as a cover by Risa and Arisa as a means to spy on Shibusen for Arachnophobia. However, after being apprehended, the Witches still seem to continue their business in the cabaret club.

Trivia

  • The name "Chupa♡Cabra's" is a reference to the Chupacabra , a mythical beast said to be found in Puerto Rico, Mexico, and the United States, and which supposedly sucks on the blood of goats and other small livestock. The word literally means "goat sucker."
    Soul Eater Prologue 1 - Chupa Cabra exterior

    First appearance of ChupaCabra's

  • In the anime; the sign upon the exterior of the club only displays its name. However, in the first chapter of the manga the image of a scantily clad chupacabra is also present. In the second chapter, the chupacabra is still present, but clothed and positioned differently. After that, the sign in the manga changes to be identical to the sign used in the anime.

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