I know the other guy's being stuck up about it but I hope you had a good time there. Such a tourist trap but I still had an awesome time at the restaurant. Super cheesey and campy and I wouldn't have had it any other way. Love the picture, it brings me back to when I went
It was truly an amazing experience. It helped me put my life into perspective and recentered myself. Now that I have a taste of Japan, I want to go back and experience so much more that the country has to offer. I was really surprised by the robot restaurant. It was totally off the walls crazy, but that is how I imagine Japan anyways. Now when I watch my anime I recognize some of the places the characters go to and the products they purchase. Japan is amazing country!
I know the feeling. I thought my first trip might have been my only experience for a long time but I went back for a second as soon as I could less than 2 years later. Trying to figure out how to get a third trip together which is hard now that I've started college and can't exactly save up as easy.
If you didn't go in your first trip, try visiting Kyoto and Osaka on your next trip. I went both times and it was an amazing experience both times. Way way different from hanging out in Tokyo
If I can find a great deal like I did for my airfare, I shall return in two years. I was able to get a round-trip, direct flight to Tokyo, for $432. I flew out of LAX.
Yeah they've done that every year for the past couple years I think. I'm going next spring if my financials fall into place, which is looking...decent for a full time student. As long as there's a deal on airfare like that again next spring me and the friends I've gone with the last 2 times are planning on going as a group for a 3rd trip
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Do you have any pictures of your robot restaurant experience?
Sadly I didn't take any pictures. I took a few videos of the show. The show is pure crazy, but enjoyable
Tourist trap but it’s one of those you’ve got to try once and that’s it
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