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Inside Robot Cabaret 'Robot Restaurant" In Tokyo
Dancers perform on large scale female robots during a show at The Robot Restaurant on June 29, 2014 in Tokyo.Chris McGrath—Getty Images
Inside Robot Cabaret 'Robot Restaurant" In Tokyo
Inside Robot Cabaret 'Robot Restaurant" In Tokyo
Inside Robot Cabaret 'Robot Restaurant" In Tokyo
Inside Robot Cabaret 'Robot Restaurant" In Tokyo
Inside Robot Cabaret 'Robot Restaurant" In Tokyo
Inside Robot Cabaret 'Robot Restaurant" In Tokyo
Inside Robot Cabaret 'Robot Restaurant" In Tokyo
Inside Robot Cabaret 'Robot Restaurant" In Tokyo
Inside Robot Cabaret 'Robot Restaurant" In Tokyo
Dancers perform on large scale female robots during a show at The Robot Restaurant on June 29, 2014 in Tokyo.
Chris McGrath—Getty Images
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Tokyo's Robot Restaurant Boasts Fembot Battles and Ninja Stage Hands

Jul 15, 2014

What more could you ask for in a restaurant than large female robots, ninja costumes and gold urinals? You'll find all of the above at Tokyo's Robot Restaurant.

The neon-flashing, techno-blasting eatery opened two years in Tokyo's Kabukicho district at a reported cost of about $10 million. And with a $35 entry fee as well as a dress code, admission can be selective.

But Japanese yuppies and college students find the cost worthwhile to watch bikini-clad women direct battles between large female robots while stage hands dressed as ninjas assist offstage. Everyone wins at the Robot Restaurant.

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