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【Recommendation】Robot Restaurant is a unique entertainment experience!Japanese culture meets robots and bring you to a new world of entertainment!Anyone from adults to children can come and enjoy our amazing show!(The show is approximately 90 mins...more
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This was an interesting experience with so much action and colour. The act itself kept me on the edge of my seat and entertained our whole group. I probably wouldn’t go again, however, I am glad that we tried it out.
As far as we...More
The problems with the Robot Restaurant (apart from being in the heart of the brothel district):
1. There are no Robots, only z-list dancers (presumably on a day-off from the neighbouring establishments), dressed in old, cheap, strap-on plastic, riding giant wonky vehicles controlled by dudes...More
There are many people that say this place is a sh***t, but I have to say that is totally lie. IT'S TRUE, E the price per people is about 75 € but it really worth. It's a spectacular place, very nice. If you go to...More
The show is about an hour and a half and definitely worth seeing while in Tokyo, we really enjoyed it. I made reservations months in advance and received a coupon for ¥1000 off per person from my hotel (Conrad). I booked the first show on...More
My dad made reservations for us for the 4:00 PM show - initially we thought it was for a traditional Kabuki show. Not so much. I'm not sure if my dad understood what he signed up for, but he said he found it through TA...More
If you a visiting Japan and want to see a little weird, check this out. Before you head down to the show, there is a bar where you can down a shot or two to relax your mind. The performers do a great job. They...More
Went to see this show and came away thinking "there's a few hours of my life I'm not getting back"!
Some of the bits are OK, but unless you are drunk or 12 years old, (or both), it is hard to maintain your enthusiasm.
We went to the 9 o'clock show. Get there early and there are robots playing instruments putting on a show. You are also going to want to take pictures of everything. We sat in the second row which was ideal. I wouldn't sit in the...More
It’s absolutely crazy...
lights, costumes, very loud music and a corny story line.
It’s tacky... but I somehow liked it.
It’s expensive, but it’s a must do cause you will never find anything else like it in the world.
Shinjuku is the commuting capital of Tokyo, and contains the busiest train station in the world. To the west, there's an office district with the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Office at its center. To the east, there’s a district with long-established department stores, cinemas and theaters. Shinjuku Gyoen is a park originally built as the garden for the Imperial Household. It is quite famous as a venue for
cherry-blossom viewing in March and April. In Shinjuku, many restaurants operate all night, and districts such as Omoide Yokocho (Memory Lane) or Shinjuku Golden Machi have back streets filled with tiny restaurants and bars that reflect each owner’s unique taste and style.
I tnink you should skip it and spend you money on a more authentic Japanese experience like Ikebana or calligraphy classes. The robot show is just an overpriced show with small parade floats and bad food. No real robots and... More
I tnink you should skip it and spend you money on a more authentic Japanese experience like Ikebana or calligraphy classes. The robot show is just an overpriced show with small parade floats and bad food. No real robots and no Japanese people around, just foreigners . Fun for everyone under 10 but not adults.
Response from mabei0123 | Reviewed this property |
I'm sorry I've never bought a ticket online, so can't answer what is the best way to do, but all I can say is that the restaurant would not rip off and you will probably get your tickets. Why don't your send them a mail... More
I'm sorry I've never bought a ticket online, so can't answer what is the best way to do, but all I can say is that the restaurant would not rip off and you will probably get your tickets. Why don't your send them a mail that you payed but you haven't received a mail from them?