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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 
Tokyo Robot Evening Cabaret Show
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Robot Restaurant Show - 7:50pmMost Popular
Robot Restaurant Show - 7:50pm. Please check-in 40 minutes prior to showtime.
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Robot Restaurant Show - 5:55pm
Robot Restaurant Show - 5:55pm. Please check-in 40 minutes prior to showtime.
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Robot Restaurant Show - 9:45pm
Robot Restaurant Show - 9:45pm. Please check-in 40 minutes prior to showtime.
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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.
What to Expect
Arrive at the Robot Restaurant, located in Tokyo’s vibrant Kabukicho district, and check in 40 minutes in advance of your performance time.

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 (966)
1 - 5 of 75 reviews
Reviewed 3 days ago
Can't recommend this enough - Immense fun

The production quality, enthusiasm, and imagination that has gone into this show makes it such a memorable experience. Even if it is touristy, it is a spectacle and well worth the price of admission. Food and drink were reasonably priced as well. We will be...More

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank John-Mark C
Reviewed 5 days ago
Over the top "worth it" experience

I must say that this is one of the most memorable and fun experiences from my Japan trip. Yes, it is a tourist trap but so well designed that you don't mind getting trapped. The entrance was a bit tricky to find, especially if you...More

Date of experience: September 2018
Thank Dejan P
Reviewed 1 week ago
Different Experience in Tokyo - digital-robotic-musical-heart beating

We heard about it---of course saw it in Lost in Translation but we thought since here...let us try it and we did in the interesting part of Toyko. The initial waiting room upstairs was very nice music including the piano Robot dressed Human playing the...More

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank MARTINRAYC
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
Goofy fun

We enjoyed this show but you have to go in with low expectations. It is clearly a tourist trap. In saying that, we had a blast because it was so hilariously cheesy. The “robots” look like leftovers from the 1980s version of Power Rangers. They...More

Date of experience: December 2018
1  Thank JAO27868
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
Very Cool Experience

All the reviews are spot on, it’s an exhilarating show, never seen anything like it. Get there early, lines get long. The stage area is kinda small, only 3 rows on each side, very cramped. They do push their drinks a lot. In fact, the...More

1  Thank Traveler_Joe_2
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HAS212
September 23, 2018|
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Response from Janetalexis | Reviewed this property |
Sorry I have no idea
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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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guinnesshalfpint
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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