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Experience the laser lights, wild music, flashy dancers and eccentric robots putting on a high-energy robot show unmatchable anywhere else in the world at Robot Restaurant
Witness the multi-colored laser lights, flashy dancers and extravagant robots putting on a show at one of Tokyo's famous themed dining spots. The Shinjuku Robot Restaurant provides a wild, energetic experience that you won't be able to find anywhere else in the world! Despite the title, Robot Restaurant is more of a glittery show than a place to eat. You won't understand much of what you watch, but one thing is for sure— there will be non-stop energy and laughter. Robot Restaurant is a must see for anyone craving a glimpse of Japan's famous bizarre culture.
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Very good. It's convenient taht you just show up and get your ticket. Although expect to have to wait in line to redeem the voucher. Be aware that you have to be at least 30 mins early. You walk in and get drinks and enjoy some people singing Before the show. so it's worth it going early
Definitely a unique experience in Tokyo! The scene is lively and upbeat and the staff are very helpful, however the show is not what you expect it to be. Also with the first show it mentions you get a photo and free snacks, the photos you can get regardless if you book klook voucher or any other voucher for the robot restaurant and as for the snacks.. I didn't get any. Value for money isn't great and food is limit I suggest you eat something heavy before the show and drink during - at your own cost.
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Robot Restaurant is basically a really entertaining tourist trap. It's pretty fun, high energy, and I haven't really seen anything like it. It doesn't feel that Japanese, it's just playing up the robot and sexy ladies stereotype for a bunch of foreigners. I still recommend it. The robots and lights are very cool.
A fun, strange, like nothing seen before, type of experience
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