The Robot Restaurant in Toyko's Red Light District Has a Giant Robotic Girl

By: Cody Turner - Published: Sep 5, 2012 • References: vancouversun &
Japan has done it again with this Japanese Robot Restaurant that just opened up in Tokyo's famous red light district. The restaurant features a 3.6 meter custom-made pink-haired female robot that is operated by Japanese waitresses in skimpy bikinis. Customers can also jump aboard the giant robot and take her for a spin.

Located in Kabukicho, one of the best-known red light districts of Toyko, the Robot Restaurant is the latest in cabaret entertainment. The restaurant cost ten billion yen to build and comes equipped with a giant tank filled with neon lights. Customers can choose to ride the giant robot themselves or they can pay 3,000 yen to get a private hour long show with these robotic girls.

It is rumored that the robots are inspired from the character Valkyrie in Soul Calibur. What will Japan think of next? Stats for Japanese Fembot Diners Trending: Older & Buzzing
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