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Uobei is a sushi restaurant in the Shibuya district which offers a dining experience like no other. Most of the process here is mechanized and high tech with sushi distributed through a conveyor belt. Simply pick out the dish you want using their multi-lingual touch-screen monitors and watch it zoom on to the table in front of you. Although the drinks are served by the staff, the novelty of the restaurant as well as the extremely pocket-friendly prices keep people coming back for more.
Do not be fooled by the humble exterior upon arrival. Once inside Ninja Akasaka, wide-eyed visitors will be impressed with the creative and traditional interior that resembles an old Japanese village. Courteous ninja-clad restaurant staff await to escort patrons through a journey of secret trap doors and small passages before entering the main area. Gourmet food makes this establishment more than just casual dining, so bring a large appetite and a big wallet. Magic shows are also offered in the evening by friendly ninjas who are willing to entertain onlookers with their ancient secrets. The funky and quirky establishment is located about 3-5 minutes from Akasaka Mitsuke Station.
Featuring battling robots in bikinis, over-the-top decorations, crazy costumes, and colorful lights and lasers everywhere you look, Robot Restaurant is an experience you'll never forget. Dinner itself is a simple bento box, but the nightly shows are what draw crowds. Decorated with dazzling neon lights and manned by costumed women, the parades and dances are bound to leave you awestruck. Right from the bathrooms to the dance floor, everything is unique and reflects the eccentricity of Tokyo. There's never a dull moment at the Robot Restaurant, so come by and enjoy the show.
If you've committed the crime then you should do the time, but do see if you can do your time at Shibuya's The Lockup - the conditions may be questionable, but the grub is supposedly much better! With a sentence consisting of ghoulish decor, mini-labyrinths, handcuffs, strange menu items and drinks served in test tubes, beakers and syringes, this experience can be quite unsettling. Just another of Tokyo's famed themed restaurants, The Lockup has a great reputation for fear, fun, and good food. Great for groups or on a date, the Lockup always seems to be at full capacity, so make your reservations, mentally prepare yourself, and get ready for a jail term you'll most certainly remember! You've been warned!