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Tokyo Robot Evening Cabaret Show

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Highlights
  • Guarantee a ticket to the frequently sold-out Robot Restaurant cabaret 
  • Watch ninjas, samurais, and robots battle in a high-octane performance 
  • An unmissable glimpse into Tokyo's weird and wonderful pop culture 
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Tokyo Robot Evening Cabaret Show
From US$65.81
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Robot Restaurant Show - 7:50pmMost Popular
Robot Restaurant show with drink. Please check-in 40 minutes prior to showtime.
US$65.81
Robot Restaurant Show - 5:55pm
Robot Restaurant show with drink. Please check-in 40 minutes prior to showtime.
US$65.81
Robot Restaurant Show - 9:45pm
Robot Restaurant show with drink. Please check-in 40 minutes prior to showtime.
US$65.81
Overview
This wacky cabaret show at Robot Restaurant, one of Tokyo’s most popular performance venues, often sells out weeks in advance, so guarantee your ticket by prebooking. It features real robots, kaleidoscopic costumes, and high-octane dancing, and offers three showtimes daily to best fit your schedule. This package also includes a complimentary drink on arrival at the restaurant.
What to Expect
Arrive at the Robot Restaurant, located in Tokyo’s vibrant Kabukicho district, 40 minutes in advance of your performance time. Check in and enjoy your included drink in the fabulously decorated reception room. Choose from draft beer, canned beer, sake, canned alcopops, mineral water, and various soft drinks.

Once you’ve been escorted to your seat in the basement, a 1.5-hour performance featuring robots, floats, and one-of-kind choreography floods your senses. Immerse yourself in flashing lights, taiko drumming, and techno music, and watch robots, samurais, and ninjas battle Godzilla and dinosaur robots.

When the performance concludes, make your way out of the venue.
Reviews (952)
1 - 5 of 61 reviews
Reviewed 2 days ago
WOW! what an experience!

It was so cool.. loads of fun.. Its not for everyone though.. Bright lights and loads of noise from the performance.. But WOW, they really put on a show.. Glad we went... Its for families, couples and groups of friends travelling.. you can eat there...More

Thank Relax816185
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Wacky, Fun and entertaining

Number 1 best thing to do in Tokyo. Kids friendly and entertains you right to the end. Amazing mechanics and scenes and I highly recommend this to anyone. This is totally kids friendly, and even stars like Katy Perry has been there. Loud crazy and...More

1  Thank Guy V
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Bizarrely entertaining but convoluted ticketing system and poor customer service.

The show itself is loud, fun and bizarrely entertaining, but whoever runs it has no idea how to handle queues or how to treat customers. You get a ticket online, then get there 45 minutes early, after following the huge but confusing signs. Then you...More

4  Thank Georgina E
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile
Claustrophobic alert....

It is crazy and loud. It is also chintzy and a tourist-trap. And if you have any form of claustrophobia you may find the walk downstairs to the basement unsettling. The stairs aren’t air conditioning, they are insanely coloured top and bottom which adds to...More

4  Thank Janetalexis
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile
Blimey!!! My eyes!!!!

OMG. What happened!!??? Crazy. Loud. Bright. Funny. Would have been better at half the price. For $90 each I expected a little more. They ask you to arrive 45 minutes before the show. Don't bother. This is to gouge you for more money. They sit...More

2  Thank Angela B
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HAS212
September 23, 2018|
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Response from Ajit_N_Kulkarni | Reviewed this property |
No idea. Pl call them and check.
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MariaO1672
August 23, 2018|
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Response from Allen O | Reviewed this property |
Yamamote Line to Shinjuku Station. Take a taxi from there or about a 15-20 minute walk.
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susan B
July 13, 2018|
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Response from Gary O | Reviewed this property |
Not a bad seat here. There are only four rows, and they are sloped up, grandstand style. We sat in the front row, and enjoyed it, but i feel like any seat is great.
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