Japan is known worldwide as a paradise for food, action-packed manga, and loyal samurai. This dining experience combines it all, with a heart-racing performance and an all-you-can-eat dining experience.
Venture to the underground Tokyo Robot Restaurant and prepare for an otherworldly experience. The show is led by skillful and energetic performers, including taiko drum players that create a rip-roaring atmosphere with upbeat Japanese festival music. To the sound of the drums, you’ll be bombarded by a mishmash of neon-lights, lasers, swords, panda costumes, feathers, and epic battles on gigantic lobster-shaped floats, dancing robots, and more. You’ll be dazzled as you struggle to wrap your head around this creative fantasy!
The show is combined with an all-you-can-eat sushi dining experience. So, before or after this carousel of Nipponese entertainment, fill your belly with some unforgettable sushi! If you are always looking for local curiosities while on vacation and you have an insatiable hunger for good food, this is the plan for you!
Roll up your sleeves and dig in with your chopsticks! You can choose from 60 different varieties of exquisite sushi. Among mild and unique flavors, bright and subtle colors, you’ll definitely find something that suits your taste. And if you are already a sushi-fan, explore the numerous options and find your new favorite!
Robot Restaurant admission fee
All-you-can-eat sushi menu
Meeting Point and Meeting Time
The robot show is held in Shinjuku Robot Bldg. B2F, 1 Chome−7−7, Kabukicho, Shinjuku City, 160-0021. The restaurant, Hinazushi, is located on the 8th floor of Shinjuku Marui Anex, 3 Chome-1-26 Shinjuku, Shinjuku City, 160-0022.
If you select 5:00 pm as your start time, you can choose the first location: either the robot show venue or the sushi restaurant. Please let us know in the additional notes section upon booking.
Please be advised that this experience is self-guided.
The legal minimum drinking age in Japan is 20 years old.
Please let us know about any dietary restrictions upon booking.
For groups with younger travelers, please be advised that the restaurant is located in Kabukicho, Tokyo’s red-light district.