3 Unique Restaurants in Tokyo

Japan, one of the most open countries to creativity, offers the most unique restaurants that you don’t usually see in the rest of the world. Here are the 5 recommendations to tick off your bucket list.

Robot restaurant, Tokyo

If you ever come to Tokyo and you are a massive fan of robots, this is the restaurant that you surely don’t want to miss. Situated in the basement of Shinjuku district, you can drink whilst watching a 90 minute robot show with bikini girls dancing around. Tickets are ¥6000, £43 approximately. Check out http://www.shinjuku-robot.com/pc/?lng=en for more information.

Address: Shinjuku Robot Bldg. B2F, 1-7-1 Kabuki-cho, Shinjuku-ku (Postal code:160-0021)
Opening times: 3.30pm to 11.30pm


Mayonnaise cafe, Tokyo

Mayo fan? Now you can indulge yourself with the finest Japanese mayo here in Tokyo. Opening from 1st March to 31st March only, Kewpie mayonnaise restaurant combines the freshest in season ingredients like asparagus with their special mayo formula. Their special edition menu also offers something out of your imaginations, mayo infused pudding.

Just a 10 minute walk from the Shibuya station, better snap it before it all goes.

Not around Tokyo in March? They will open in Nagoya Honshu, Nagoya from 3rd April to 30th April.

Check out their website https://www.kewpie.co.jp/mayo_cafe2017/tokyo/index.html for more info!!

Address: 4-3 Udagawachō, Shibuya-ku, Tōkyō-to 150-0042

Opening times: 11 am to 11pm

The locked up, Tokyo

Ever into the creepiest dining experience? The Locked Up, the prison restaurant will make a mark in your life. Dining in cell whilst being handcuffed, you will never know what is going to happen…

Convicted of some crime? Check their website out http://www.lock-up.jp/shop/ to pay for your sin!!

Address:〒150-0042 Tōkyō-to, Shibuya-ku, Udagawachō, 33−1, 渋谷 グラント 東京 ビル B2

Opening times: 5pm to 11.30pm Monday to Friday, 4pm to 4am Saturday and 4pm to 11.30 Sunday

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