Japan’s Infamous ‘Robot Restaurant’ Is Coming To Sydney!

Japan’s Infamous ‘Robot Restaurant’ Is Coming To Sydney!
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The Tokyo Robot Restaurant is one of the most OTT attractions that Japan has to offer (which is really saying something). The cabaret-style show includes bikini clad dancers, futuristic robots and enough neon lighting to make your head explode. Next month, the restaurant’s crazy entourage will be rolling into Sydney for two nights of sensory-savaging mayhem. Here are the details!

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To celebrate the launch of its 13-day Japan Unrivalled trip, youth travel brand Contiki will be bringing the Japanese Robot Restaurant to Sydney for two nights of fembot-themed insanity. According to the Contiki blurb, here’s what punters can expect:

For two nights only on Monday 23 February and Tuesday 24 February, Robots Unrivalled will deliver an eye-popping slice of Japanese culture and is certain to be one of the weirdest, wackiest and most wonderful dinners Sydney has ever seen. Patrons will marvel as they’re taken on a futuristic journey to the sheer edge of insanity, whilst feasting on delicious and authentic Japanese food and beverages.
 
This “take no prisoners” performance will include amazing dance routines set to thumping J-Pop beats, more fluorescent colours than should ever be allowed in one place, as many lasers as can possibly fit and of course, huge futuristic robots doing battle as they attempt to destroy mankind once and for all. Or at least give great entertainment for an hour.

This video gives a taste of the weirdness Sydneysiders will be subjected to:

The Robots Unrivalled show will take place on 23 and 24 February. You can head to Contiki.com to register your interest. Tickets will go on sale later in the month.

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