Japan’s Robot Restaurant Becoming a Hit
August 2, 2012 | by Renz Baxa

A new restaurant in Kabuchiko, Shinjuku offers its customers a unique form of entertainment. The “Robot Restaurant,” as its name suggests, features dancing female robots to lure and entertain its customers.

The giant life-like robots are made of plastic, with robotic lower halves.

Female staff members operate them to perform “cabaret” dances. Customers are also permitted to operate the robots themselves.

The restaurant cost around 10 billion yen to open. Customers need to pay a flat fee of 3,000 yen, which includes entrance and a drink.

“Truly the main reason to visit Robot Restaurant is the performance, which goes on twice a night from Monday to Saturday,” reported Japan Today.

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Renz Baxa

Renz Baxa

Lawrence Baxa, or Renz as his friends call him, is a writer living in the Philippines. He admits that even though he is new to the writing industry, he is very willing to learn and improve as a writer. Renz loves to play basketball, and spends most of his time in front of the computer; surfing the net and playing online games. He dreams to be a well – known chef someday. He also serves their parish by holding youth camps and helping in events that help other children become closer to God.
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