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Visiting Robot Restaurant Cabaret Shinjuku

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Japan, where the sun spreads its first ray, where everything comes to a standstill, where ancient rich culture is fused with modernity welcomes your delightful presence in its most cherishing town of Shinjuku. Shinjuku encapsulates beauty which lies beyond words could explain. On its surface, the town appears exceedingly modern and chic, but deep within its dark, narrow streets and clubs, you can find numerous opportunities to connect with its cultural heritage. Spend nights in the luxurious hotels, pain your neck a little more to mark the height of the towering skyscrapers, or treat yourself with the delicious Japanese cuisine –the district has it all. You can find an array of unusual attractions here, and one of the most famous of them is the Robot Restaurant Cabaret. Enjoy a wild evening in one of Tokyo’s most happening restaurants by paying a visit to the Robot Restaurant which lies close to the Shinjuku Station. People who have already visited the place once often say that no visit to Japan is complete without a visit to this magnificent restaurant where one can feel Japan at its very best. Experience fascinating dance of cabaret girls by enjoying your favorite drink and get lost in the enticing vicinity of the restaurant.

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A Fascinating Show of Robot Restaurant Cabaret

A Fascinating Show of Robot Restaurant Cabaret

The Cabaret Dance Tour

The Cabaret Dance Tour

Prepare yourself for an electrifying evening performance of a Japanese cabaret in Shinjuku’s Robot Restaurant. Visitors are advised to arrive forty minutes earlier before the set time. After checking in, wait for your turn. You will be respectfully escorted to your seat by the employees of the restaurant before the start of the famous evening show, the robot cabaret. It is one of the wildest and wackiest shows on Earth. High-pitch pop music fills the room along with the shooting neon lights which add-on to the excitement level. The most important and interesting part of the show is when the warrior princesses dressed in sequined bikinis come out on the stage to fight the ten feet tall transformer robots, ninjas, and of course the robots. All these performances though appear to be happy chaos at times but is a sheer work of utmost dedication of trained artists and dancers. This thrilling evening of some awesome entertainment is a blend of flashing lights, taiko drums, techno music, glitzy ladies, and samurais, ninjas, pandas, and robots. Dancing girls in revealing and colorful outfits join these giant animals and set the stage on fire. In the background of the stage, you can also cherish several video screens.

Yotsuya Fire Museum

Yotsuya Fire Museum

Yotsuya Fire Museum is an interesting place to visit when in Shinjuku. Kids and firefighter lovers will have a great time exploring the galleries of this unique museum which is solely dedicated to the world of firefighters. Through its exhibits, the museum tries to describe the past, present, and future of fire-fighting in Shinjuku. Located in the fort like building of Yotsuya Fire Station, the place offers a vivid display of the efforts which these real-life heroes make to save millions. Admission to this educational place is free of cost and also inside you can find English language explanations for most of the exhibits. Explore the basement gallery here where you can witness an ancient fire engine dating back to the period of the 1920s. On top of the building, you will come across a French helicopter which is quite famous among the visitors. The fifth floor showcases the advent of organized and systematic development of the firefighting industry in the 17th century Shinjuku. Here you will also find replicas of firefighters uniforms and plenty of pictorial sources describing that era.

Golden Gai and Kabukicho

Golden Gai and Kabukicho

Golden Gai lies close to the religious and auspicious Hanazono Shrine and welcomes thousands of visitors every year to its narrow, cozy streets. In these passages, you will find an array of hidden café’s, restaurants, and hotels who depict the period and culture of ancient Japan. Packed with over two hundred different themed bars, it is a hell of a place during night time when it is crowded with locals and tourists. Relish yourself with traditional Japanese customs of drinking and eating by exploring the dark streets of Golden Gai. Next to Golden Gai is the notoriously famous red light district of Kabukicho. Perhaps it is not like the usual red alert areas in different parts of the country but is quite safe to explore even during the night. In fact, it is during the evening only when the place turns out to be a shinning fireball adorned with neon-light shops, and bars. Kabukicho has a wide variety of shops offering everything which you can think of. Its love hotels are trendy among locals and tourists.

Robot Restaurant Cabaret Shinjuku Tips and Tricks

How to Get Tickets?

The Cabaret Show is quite popular, so prior bookings are a must. You can book tickets via this amazing website easily.

How To Get Around?

You can explore the place on foot easily.

What Should I Wear?

Robot Restaurant Cabaret Shinjuku Facts

Best Time to Visit

The show has different timings for each part of the day. First performance starts at 4 pm, second at 5:55 pm, third at 7:50 pm, and the last at 9:45 pm.


Currency is Japanese Yen.

Will I Need a Guide?

How To Get There?

Reaching Shinjuku is very easy through airways, roadways, and highways. The city is easily accessible via Narita International Airport.

Additional Info

Sunglasses, drunk visitors are strictly banned here.