This is Japan catering for foreigners who come to Japan disappointed that it doesn’t resemble something they saw in a manga comic. Despite the name, it is not actually a restaurant (the menu consists of three bento boxes, each of which would cost about ¥800 at a convenience store); rather it is an hour-long show of lights, lasers, props, noise, more lights, scantily-clad women (senjo or “war girls”—a term apparently coined by the establishment), and more lasers.

Information
Location
Robot Restaurant, Shinjuku Robot Building B2F, 1 Chome−7−7 Kabukicho, Shinjuku, Tokyo 160-0021
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Getting there
10 minutes from the East Exit of JR Shinjuku Station in the middle of Kabukicho
Details
¥8,000 (an additional ¥1,000 for a bento box). Bookings can be made through the website
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