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Stop At: Kawaii Monster Cafe Harajuku, 4-31-10 Jingumae YM Square Bldg. 4F, Shibuya 150-0001 Tokyo Prefecture
Is it too individualistic?
The KAWAII MONSTER CAFE was opened in 2015 in Harajuku, where girls dress up like a doll and famous for fashionable Japanese young people.
This place is designed by famous producer of Kawaii culture with a concept of Kawaii culture in Harajuku.
Unique looking meals such as blue colored hamburger, and rainbow pasta will be served to your table.
Don't miss this chance to feel Kawaii culture of Japan.
Please choose the dinner plan below.
- Assorted fried foods
- Meat dish
- Rainbow color pasta
Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
Stop At: Robot Restaurant, 1-7-1 Kabukicho B2f, Kabukicho, Shinjuku 160-0021 Tokyo Prefecture
10 billion yen construction cost. An extraordinary live show where robot walk around.
A fusion of Japanese culture and robots. A new sensory experience that no one has ever seen before.
Music, dance, and technology fused into one show. One-of-a-kind entertainment.
Travelers from all over the world visit Robot Restaurant. Voted as the 16th most popular tourist attraction in Japan on trip advisor.
A Japanese attraction which leaves tourists impressed.
Duration: 2 hours
Kabukicho, Shinjuku City, Tokyo 160-0021, Japan
Traveler pickup is offered
Departure Point: KAWAII MONSTER CAFE in Harajuku (address on voucher)
Address: Address of KAWAII MONSTER CAFE: 4F, YM Square, 4-31-10, Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
Address of Robot Restaurant: 1-7-1 Kabukicho, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
Directions: To KAWAII MONSTER CAFE:
• If you take subway Chiyoda Line or Fukutoshin Line: Get off at Meiji-jingumae Station (C-3 or F-15) and take Exit 5. Approx. 5 mins walk to KAWAII MONSTER CAFE
• If you take JR Yamanote Line, get off at Harajuku Station. Take Omotesando Exit and go down the street in font of the Jingubashi Bridge. Keep walking straight until you see the intersection where the stairs with mirror locates. Cross this intersection and turn left at this intersection. After walking for 1 min, you should be able to see KAWAII MONSTER CAFE on your right hand side. Please go up to 4F (approx. 10 min. walk)From KAWAII MONSTER CAFE to Robot Restaurant:
• Go to subway Meiji-Jingu Station and take Fukutoshin Line towards Shinjuku-Sanchome Station
• Get off the train at Shinjuku-Sanchome Station and take Exit E5
• Turn right after you exit and then go straight until you see a big intersection with Yasukumidori Street. Turn left at that the intersection
• Keep going and, after passing Burger King, you should be able to see a convenience store called Family Mart. Turn right at Family Mart.
• Keep walking ahead and Robot Restaurant is located on your right hand side
If you cancel at least 7 day(s) in advance of the scheduled departure, there is no cancellation fee.
If you cancel between 3 and 6 day(s) in advance of the scheduled departure, there is a 50 percent cancellation fee.
If you cancel within 2 day(s) of the scheduled departure, there is a 100 percent cancellation fee.
This package was fantastic. Getting this beforehand was a great idea, because not only did us save us a couple yen, but it also secured our reservations at both spots. Especially at the Robot Cabaret show, which had a tendency to fill up pretty fast at night. The instructions on the tickets were easy-peasy to understand, and we had the time of our lives at the Kawaii monster cafe. Also the timing between the two events was perfect, and we were able to commute, and grab a drink after the Kawaii Monster cafe, before our Robot Cabaret show began. The staff at both places were friendly and prompt and like everyone else in Japan, so so so so soooo nice! If you're interested in a wild and wacky evening that's non-stop neon, costumes, and food that isn't even close to the color its supposed to be, get this package! You won't regret it!
This tour was amazing!
The Kawaii Monster Cafe looks amazing on the inside, even the toilets are amazing! There's a giant birthday cake in the middle of the cafe and the hostesses get up and dance on top of it. The food is amazing too, but there was too much for us to eat it all we got dinner plan B.
The Robot Restaurant is something to behold! First you line up at the desk with your coupon and then they give you a ticket with your seat number. Then you go to a waiting room where you can buy meals and have drinks, while a lady sings and robots play the instruments. Then you go to a mini stadium where you watch the show! It's a cross between cabaret, robot rumble, storytelling, pop, lasers, and monsters! The only problem is they stop regularly to get you to buy merch and alcohol, we still recommend it though
This tour was fun! We enjoyed the experience at the Kawaii Monster Cafe the food was better than we'd expected based on reviews, although there were hardly any other people in the restaurant at 6pm so it was a little bit awkward, although we wished we'd gotten a little more food. Getting from the cafe to the robot show was not difficult, but I would advise people to book this tour toward the later part of your stay in Tokyo so you're familiar with the public transit and have no issues getting from place to place. The robot show was very tourist-oriented and VERY loud bring earplugs, plus the attempts to sell drinks, popcorn, and souvenirs to the audience were really annoying it was a barrage of constant signs like only 10 minutes left to buy drinks, followed by people going around with carts of drinks, followed by an announcement to go buy drinks, etc and that was frustrating. The seats are very tight and uncomfortable-- if you're tall, prepare to feel squeezed I'm 6'4 and it was not pleasant. I'm glad we did it once, and we did have fun it's definitely unique!, but the overall hey this show is for tourists, hello tourists, look at this show for tourists, please buy drinks vibe got old really fast. Still, this whole experience is a very uniquely Tokyo thing and you should try it if it's your first time in Tokyo.
Not sure why the Monster Cafe is a must see, but all I can say don’t go out if you eat to see it. Although the decor, crazy and eccentric the food was terrible and the service not much better. The Robot show....welll, you have to see to understand it. It’s weird, it’s impressive and all together entertaining enough.
This was a complete waste. We were not able to see the show at the monster cafe because of the time to get to the robot cafe show. I’m not sure if they have changed show times or what but the show would not start until 8:20 and then went for 20 minutes. The night we went was either going to be a burlesque show or drag show I’m not sure which because we had to leave to make it to the robot cafe show by 9pm. The food was beyond horrible, and was inedible. I am only giving this tour package 2 stars because the robot show was interesting and worth seeing, otherwise 0 stars for the Kawaii cafe. Be aware that this is not a tour of any kind, it is only pre reserved tickets. You will have to find your way to each venue on your own. We used a combination of apple maps and what was in the description on viator. If you know exactly where you are going you may be able to make it with the tight time schedule, but if not...well you can get disoriented from the subway system and where to exit the stations and good luck at that point!
Package deal of admission to Robot show and lunch/dinner at KAWAII MONSTER CAFE! Enjoy an uniquely designed meal at colorful and gorgeous KAWAII MONSTER CAFE and then experience the one-of-the-kind robot cabaret show at the famous Robot Restaurant.