Robot Restaurant Tokyo Price The entry price to the Robot Restaurant is 8000 Yen (about US$72) which is discounted to 7500 Yen when paying online. Food is an additional 1000 Yen or 1500 Yen .
Robot Restaurant : A dancer rides a robot into battle at Robot Restaurant , located in Tokyo’s Shinjuku nightlife district. The cabaret-style shows include bikini clad futuristic dancers, performers dressed as robots and a host of large scale robots — all in a laser-lit room.
Robot Restaurant is absolutely worth the time and money. It’s totally bonkers and unlike anything you’ve ever experienced–it’s an absolute blast. Even at full price, it’d be worth it. Fortunately, you can save up to 34% off each ticket by purchasing discount Robot Restaurant tickets in advance via Voyagin.
The Robot Restaurant has closed, with no details of a re-open date. Luckily, you can experience weird and wacky Japan at the Kawaii Monster Cafe in Harajuku. Everyone knows about the Robot Restaurant in Tokyo .
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about 90 minutes
Generally speaking, two weeks is usually the recommended days that foreigners usually spend in Japan if their only goal is just for sightseeing and traveling purposes. From that two weeks, visitors usually spend around 3 to 5 days in Tokyo and spend the rest in other destinations.
There is no food or drink minimum at Robot Restaurant which is good.
12 Top-Rated Tourist Attractions & Things to Do in Tokyo Tour the The Imperial Palace. Shop ‘Til you Drop in the Ginza District. Visit the Sensō-ji Temple. Stop in at the National Museum of Nature and Science. Enjoy Nature at Ueno Park and Ueno Zoo. Wander through the Tokyo National Museum. Spend Time at the National Museum of Western Art. Enjoy Nature and Art at the Meiji Shrine .
Up until an hour before we visit, I’m under the impression that kids aren’t allowed, or welcome. But thankfully we read beyond the prudish comments in many reviews online. This robot cabaret is a family friendly show. It has elements of computer game, of animation, and film.