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What’s the quirkiest place you’ve ever been to? Take that, multiply it by 1,000 and you’ll get Tokyo’s Robot Restaurant, a whimsical dinner theater where you can watch bikini-clad warriors save the world from invading alien robots — plus performances by Japanese singers, go-go dancers, Taiko drummers and Samurai along with a few other characters. Note that while it’s technically a restaurant, the food wasn’t that great, so I’d recommend eating at one of these restaurants instead — the bar upstairs was fun though and it’s more about the entertainment here anyway. Check out the video below for an inside look at one of Tokyo’s most memorable shows.

 

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