Test Kitchen

Categories: Asian Languages, Flash, Free, Games, Online, Room Escape, Walkthrough

Test KitchenAfter Escapers #01, Escapers #02 and Escapers #03, here is Test Kitchen from Odako Design, a brand new Japanese Room Escape game! Test Kitchen is great looking, but it is all in Japanese! I have no idea why the game is called Test Kitchen, but I like this place a lot! Have fun!

Update: Test Kitchen walkthrough in comment #13 (thanks w!)

By Eric

current rating 3.78


31 Comments to Test Kitchen

  1. [email protected] Kong says:

    Eric, you’re right this time, it is in Japanese, thanks.

    And the place is decent!
    The graphic is similar to the IDAC’s production.

  2. Joe says:

    Easy game.

  3. elmo says:


  4. elmo says:

    im stuck with half a key, bottle of ‘wine’???, mixer, ice, key, wheel, and a piece of paper with the burned mark on…. wat else…

    i assume the shapes from the paper is the glasses… but no results

  5. ray says:

    Fairly easy! =)

    think numbers and glasses

  6. mona says:

    where did u find mixer?
    put the bottle in the wall upstairs – put the red wheel by the stove and burn the paper that shuld be the code but it don’t work

  7. mona says:

    ray is the code 5627?

  8. mona says:

    got it

  9. mona says:

    out-cute game

  10. mammy says:

    the code


  11. ron1458 says:

    the game doesn’t load :-(

  12. SleepyDragon says:

    Well I got out without using half the stuff I picked up. Didn’t find the red wheel and didn’t use the paper with flame or the silver key from the sink.

  13. w says:










  14. Sharon says:

    Elmo, count ’em

  15. shaz says:

    stupid question wheres the kitchen,all i see is a bar where theres a refridgerator with bottles but cant open it

  16. shaz says:

    it ok found it

  17. shaz says:

    wicked game im out

  18. gman says:

    what’s with “You don’t have permission on this server” when i try to load the game…pfffffffft

  19. Emilio says:

    Its not working for me either.

  20. Reka says:

    Something went wrong: I’m getting a 403 Forbidden error when I try to open the game from the link above.

    I’m wondering if it’s some sort of remote-linking-preventer code: if I go to http://www.odako.jp/escapegame and then select the link near the top of the page, the game page loads fine.

  21. Reka says:

    It’s actually a pretty good game if you can get it to load – nice graphics and most of your actions are pretty logical. Well, in an escape-game sense of “logical”.

  22. nancy says:

    it won’t load!!!! :0(

  23. Diana says:

    Actually, I went to both the link that Eric put up and the one that Reka put up, and both times it says “Forbidden”. Could it be because I’m using Firefox, or is the site just loopy? In any case, I can’t play the game because the site’s blocked me from even attempting to access it, so unless it goes back up or it’s hosted here or elsewhere I won’t be able to try Test Kitchen.

    UPDATE: I went to http://www.odako.jp/ and there is no “Escape Game” page. In fact, the site only consists of a minimalistic main page, an about page written in Japanese that contains their address, and a gallery page that says “只今ページリニューアル中です。”, or “Currently the page is being improved.” It looks like Test Kitchen will be down for a while…

  24. Reka says:

    If the game won’t load for you, open a new browser window/tab and type in the following (don’t click the link!):
    (No matter what I do, the forum software insists on trying to be smarter than me and makes the text into a link, but if you try to load the page from a link, you get a 403 Forbidden error.)

    Someone needs to hit the higher-ups at odako with a clue-by-four: the internet was designed for linking. In what universe is it a good idea to prevent people from visiting your site?

  25. laughingpoodle says:

    Thank you for posting that, Reka…I had just about given up even trying!

  26. Reka says:

    Diana, the game is there, but the key is to open the site by entering the address directly – don’t click a link. (If you don’t want to type it all in, you can right-click the link you want and select “copy shortcut” [or whatever the equivalent command is in your browser] and then paste that in the address bar.) If their site detects that you were sent there from another site, they lock you out. Yes, this runs completely against everything the internet was designed for.

    And you’re right, their home page doesn’t have a link to the games page, or any useful information whatsoever. Have I mentioned someone at odako needs a whack with a clue-by-four?

    If anyone who knows Japanese could dig us up some contact information for them, I think they need to be deluged by emails telling them what utter and complete morons they are. Because the only other recourse would be to boycott them and their games, making sure nobody ever sees any advertisements posted on their site. However, for that to be effective, every game site everywhere would have to follow suit, and that’s not bloody likely.

  27. Reka says:

    Hm, looks like someone was listening – the 403 Forbidden nonsense is gone, so you can go ahead and click a link.

  28. Eric says:

    @ Reka – all the links work fine now. I sent an email to the developer earlier today to ask what was wrong with FGN and shortly after, the 403 error disappeared… Not sure, but I think he was upset by the “iframe” link, so I simply removed it.

  29. Poizyn says:

    That was pretty cool. Managed to get MOST of the things with no help. Thanks to those that I did get tha help from.

  30. Chels says:

    Yay i got it with no walkthrough for once :) happy me!

  31. ursula says:

    Thank you for the cod. see you next escape games
    This game is very good
    Have a nice day everyone