Dinner Theaters in Japan

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Dinner Theaters in Japan

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  • Tjebbe B
    2 contributions
    The place to go if you want to experience a vibrant night in the Tokyo area. We didn't know what to expect at first, but having experienced their show I can definitely say that these guys are great and deserve a crowded audience every night.
    There is a nice surprise at the end for the people that show up early. (Nice surprise might be an understatement, as it made us cry with laughter.)
    The food is great and ordering everything is probably worth the cost and they deserve the support, even though you might feel reserved to do so at first (orders can only be made before the start of the show)

    Wondering what to do afterwards in Yokohama: visit China Town.
    It's really close and about half of the restaurants stay open till at least 11 pm.
    Written November 27, 2019
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  • Sue T
    Croydon, Australia285 contributions
    Can highly recommend this dinner and opportunity to meet and interact with a ‘real’ Maiko. Everything from the confirmation email & ability to request small chairs for our not so flexible husbands to sit on, to all of the staff and to the evening itself, was just fabulous. We were all totally enthralled with our Maiko - we honestly could not stop watching her with everything that she did from the interaction with everyone, to her dance & when we played Ozashiki....the highlight being our ‘chat’....thank you Fukuya - an experience we will never forget.
    Written March 28, 2020
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  • Lynn Yap
    2 contributions
    Have been to the show twice. The dancers will make an effort to interact with the guests before & after their performances. Free-flow of drinks were an added bonus.
    Written October 25, 2019
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  • 勇二 菱
    4 contributions
    I went to this show last Friday, and it was my first time. To be honest, I was not interested in visiting it before. But now, I strongly recommend the show!!!

    The venue is located near Sendai Station.
    The food was so delicious!! I ordered Japanese lunch box, from two dinner options. The lunch box was served with soup. It contains eighteen seafood and meat dishes so that you can enjoy various kind of Japanese food from Miyagi!

    What I was most impressed was their showmanship!!!
    Before the show, I had no idea how they would introduce Samurai and the projection mapping into the performance. Since I don’t want to give any spoilers, I can’t tell you the details. But they did entertain us so much!!!! The show was fantastic and really really really fun!!!!

    Be sure to arrive at opening time so that you can finish eating before the show as the lights get dark when it starts!

    Amazing multi-media cultural experience. Total fun!
    Written August 24, 2021
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  • LewisH
    Zimbabwe452 contributions
    Great experience and well worth the money. We purchased tickets online about a week or two before we visited which I would recommend to do and then to collect them when you arrive on the evening. The show was really well thought out and actually was a good duration. The Bento box was really nice.
    Written September 2, 2020
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  • mabei0123
    Tsukuba, Japan16,684 contributions
    I've been watching their new half shows here for more than 10 years. New half performers represent one third of the performers, one third are women and one third are men, but they are all great performers !! The stage is small, but the stage equipments and the music are great. You wonder how much these performers have prepared before they could beautifully harmonize their moves with the music and the dynamically moving stages. Foreigners can enjoy this live show !!
    Written July 20, 2015
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  • lauramtorino
    Turin, Italy605 contributions
    Very special place where they organise shows in the ancient japanese theatre style and you can have dinner before or after. There is a stage like in old times and some tables around plus a counter. I had read about this kind of art and I was very curious about it. The show was interesting even for someone not speaking Japanese (they provide you with the written story and the rest is easy to figure out). I arrived late because my train was late and then I couldn’t find the place or anybody around, including nearby restaurants, who had the least idea of where it could be..... Anyway they let me in, sat me in a better place than the one I had booked (reservation is mandatory) and then they also offered a nice geisha dance after I finished dinner. Food is authentic Japanese, wonderfully presented and very tasty. The staff is very kind and helpful. A place to recommend.
    Written April 6, 2019
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  • taityo2009
    290 contributions
    At 1500 yen you can see the wonderful stage of the Masked Girls “KAMEN JOSHI. It is with a hood and a drink.

    1500円で仮面女子の素晴らしいステージを見ることができます。
    入場券は1500円分のフード、ドリンクチケットになっているので、実質無料のステージです。
    Written September 1, 2018
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  • Traveler831643
    Reading, UK26 contributions
    Good service, great cocktails. Defo recommend ...some bottomless brunch are really bad with service but not here as they come and constantly offer.
    Written March 5, 2022
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  • YacchanAmarone
    Bangkok, Thailand27,541 contributions
    I visited here with my family. The shows continued for about one hour without stops and 20 to 30 mimicking shows were performed.
    The shows were funny, and a few of them were rather funny because they were too far away from the real singers.
    The show charge was 8000 JPY (USD 70) p.p., and one drink and one food must have been ordered per person (We were requested to order 4 foods and 4 drinks in total).
    Nonetheless, joining this show is highly recommended if you are familiar with Japanese celebrities.
    Written April 2, 2016
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  • David B
    Sydney, Australia6 contributions
    This was our second visit to Japan and we realised that on our previous visit we had missed a number of interesting looking places such as the Kawaii Monster Cafe.
    After previously visiting places such as the Robot Restaurant we had high hopes. Admittedly, we went during the day when there were no shows, so it was going to be a different experience to the frenetic Robot Restaurant and we weren’t expecting a crazy performance. However, our disappointment was with the level of service more than anything. We had already been in-country for about 14 days and had become accustomed to the extremely high level of service and friendliness of the Japanese people.
    Unfortunately this cafe did not live up to that expectation: our introduction was the girl at reception who clearly did not want to be there, she perfunctorily pointed at a sign and said “please read”. The sign listed the cover charge, minimum order per person and maximum time allowed. We were then shown to our table in quite literally the most boring part of the cafe, despite it being mostly empty. The table service was similarly uninterested and perfunctory.
    On the positive side, the cafe is amazingly decorated and a sight to behold and some of the waiters’ costumes are spectacular. The food was also creative and tasted good enough for this type of location.
    With the right management thIs place could be as good as any of the other unusual theme cafes/restaurants in Tokyo, they just need to motivate their staff.
    Written November 26, 2019
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