Robot Restaurant Show Ticket

Tokyo, Japan
  • See the fusion of Japanese culture and technology at the Robot Restaurant Show
  • Watch a staged performance of costume-clad women battling using robots
  • Get your voucher via email after booking
Tokyo's Robot Restaurant is a popular attraction located in Tokyo's red-light district. Watch as attractive women battle enormous robots in this staged performance.

The robot show has become quite a phenomenon. In fact, several international personalities have visited, including Anthony Bourdain who featured the show in his programme Parts Unknown. Its 90-minute format centres primarily on giant robots and costume-clad women as they dance to invigorating music. The robots get bigger as the show goes on, and the women get a little less covered.
Drum performances, robot parades, robot dinosaurs, and other animatronic toys all make an appearance during the show.

Price Includes

  • Admission fee
  • Taxes
  • Live entertainment

Price Excludes

  • Lunch
  • Dinner
  • Transfer services
  • Personal expenses
  • Tips
Schedule Reminders:
- Please make sure to be there 40 minutes prior to the show time.
- Food cost is excluded in this activity

Door opening for the specific show schedule:
- Door opens at 15:20, Show starts at 16 (on weekends and busy season only)
- Door opens at 17:15, Show starts at 17:55
- Door opens at 19:15, Show starts at 19:50
- Door opens at 21:05, Show starts at 21:45

Warnings of the activity

Safety and insurance:
- Children must be accompanied by a paying adult at all times.

Product ID: 16871

  • from
  • USD
  • 62.70
  • / person
  • See the fusion of Japanese culture and technology at the Robot Restaurant Show
  • Watch a staged performance of costume-clad women battling using robots
  • Get your voucher via email after booking
Tokyo's Robot Restaurant is a popular attraction located in Tokyo's red-light district. Watch as attractive women battle enormous robots in this staged performance.

The robot show has become quite a phenomenon. In fact, several international personalities have visited, including Anthony Bourdain who featured the show in his programme Parts Unknown. Its 90-minute format centres primarily on giant robots and costume-clad women as they dance to invigorating music. The robots get bigger as the show goes on, and the women get a little less covered.
Drum performances, robot parades, robot dinosaurs, and other animatronic toys all make an appearance during the show.

Price Includes

  • Admission fee
  • Taxes
  • Live entertainment

Price Excludes

  • Lunch
  • Dinner
  • Transfer services
  • Personal expenses
  • Tips
Schedule Reminders:
- Please make sure to be there 40 minutes prior to the show time.
- Food cost is excluded in this activity

Door opening for the specific show schedule:
- Door opens at 15:20, Show starts at 16 (on weekends and busy season only)
- Door opens at 17:15, Show starts at 17:55
- Door opens at 19:15, Show starts at 19:50
- Door opens at 21:05, Show starts at 21:45
  • Activity Details

    1 hr 30 mins

  • Group Size:
    min - 1 pax | max - 9 pax

  • Operational Hours:
    17:00 to 23:00

Price Includes

  • Admission fee

Latest Review

Thomas Williams

Rated this activity: 4/5

Loud, bright and exciting. The place was slightly run-down but the performers were infectiously enthusiastic! Overall a really fun experience, especially after a drink or two.

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Robot Restaurant Show Ticket

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Reviews

    Loud, bright and exciting. The place was slightly run-down but the performers were infectiously enthusiastic! Overall a really fun experience, especially after a drink or two.

    A lot of intermissions, some necessary. But many breaks to sell you beer and popcorn. Unfortunately, it broke the entertainment pace and mood. This show is fine for a Japan beginner visitor but what it basically boils down to is, a live power ranger show (similar costumes) with some "robots" but mostly floats, pyrotechnics and loud music (even kids get earmuffs) so its a good idea to take your earplugs if you are sensitive to loud noise. I found the building itself and the waiting room to be more interesting (decoration) than the actual show itself. If this place was a dance club or something else, it would be awesome!!! The place was disorganized and appears to be a fire hazard as the show is conducted underground and there appears to be only one stairway to the exit. Took about 15 minutes when the show ended for everyone to exit the floor!!! The place is packed and considering they use fireworks, I was only praying nothing caught fire during the show. It would have been a tragedy for sure. Emergency exits poorly marked. To the entertainers/dancers' credit, they put a lot of energy into the show and smiled through out. Probably the only place in Tokyo you'll see someone smile so energetically. The plot of the show is irrelevant and goes nowhere, but with plenty of booze, cute Japanese chicks and the wackiness of the costumes, you'll have a decent time killer for 2 hrs in Tokyo.

    The show was great! I brought my uncles who were visiting from out of town and they said it was their favorite activity in Tokyo.

    Interesting show but not as good as shown as the review, the robots are cheap props, main focus are on the dancers.

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