Seen & Heard: Blood Manor’s Christmas Experience

••• I wondered by Blood Manor signage was still up at 359 Broadway. It’s doing a Christmas horror experience called Krampus, along with a family-friendly “photo factory” with sets for selfies.

••• Two Hands decided to wait till spring to relaunch dinner service.

••• From Takeshi Sushi on Grand: “Starting [yesterday] we will be serving lunch 12 p.m. to 3 p.m. and dinner 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.! Drop by or give us a call at 917-675-0771.”

••• A peek inside 285 W. Broadway (southeast corner of Canal, formerly Haus nightclub), where the Martignetti brothers are opening a bar.

••• Amaterasu Za is a new Japanese theater company, based somewhere in Tribeca: “My goal is to bring bi-lingual productions of classic and contemporary Japanese plays and musicals to English and Japanese-speaking audiences, and to develop theater, film, and video projects based on contemporary and classic American and English works influenced by traditional Japanese art forms to stir the heart, open the mind, and illuminate our shared humanity. We will do productions that are performed alternately in English and Japanese, giving English-speakers access to new and classic plays from Japan unmediated by projected titles, and giving Japanese-speakers an opportunity to hear western stories as well as Japanese ones in their own language.”