The café culture of Japan is limitless! Enjoy a futuristic teatime with robots in the Robi Café, open for a limited time!

2017-05-15 Yuri Suzuki   Travel Destinations, Tokyo,



The charming robot Robi’s café

There are actually various types of cafés in Japan. From maid cafés to cats and owls cafés, and many more. Open since January 15th for a limited time, the Robi Café is a place where you can enjoy playing with robots. The “Robi” robot was conceived by Mr. Tomotaka Takahashi, a world famous robot creator. It became popular as a series in which you can build a robot that can talk and move charmingly by assembling parts from a supplement to the weekly “Robi” magazine.



Time limited! Take a rest in Robi’s room

The Robi Café was created imagining customers casually coming to play in Robi’s room. You can enjoy Robi themed latte art and special menu in the spacious café. When Robi is in a good mood, the five members of the “Robi Lucky 5” band will gather and dance for you. This is a time limited store, open from January 16th to February 8th. Don’t miss this opportunity!




Afternoon Robi or evening Robi, which one would you like to meet?

The café operates with two time slots, a café time (Weekdays from noon to 5:00 p.m. (last order: 4:30 p.m.), Weekends from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (last order: 4:30 p.m.)) and a bar time (6:00 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. (last order: 11:00, cover charge: ¥800)). Of course, you can also order Robi themed rich desserts and meals in the evening. Blue illuminations give the café a mature atmosphere. It is a great place to have fun with your friends at lunch time, and we also recommend it if you want to have a unique date.

*The Weekly Robi website:



NOCO 7F 5-6-5 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo

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