Tokyo is known for its eclectic personality. People fly to Japan from all over the world to enjoy some of the most fun and unique experiences that the world has to offer. Whether intentionally or unintentionally, Tokyo has become a place for personal freedom, with many activities that you simply will not find anywhere else.
If you’ve been considering a trip to Tokyo and want to enjoy some of the strangest experiences available anywhere in the world, consider the following attractions.
The Tokyo Robot Cabaret
Jump into a room filled with women and robots, as you’re surrounded by laser lights, giant mechanical tanks, and more. All around you are performers dressed in futuristic outfits and out of this world machinery that looks like it comes straight out of a video game. The Tokyo Robot Cabaret cost nearly 10 million dollars to complete, but it is now one of the more famous unusual locations in Japan.
The French Maid is alive and well in Japan, and now there are several spots all over Tokyo where you can be served all sorts of treats and goodies by young women in French Maid uniforms, and boss them around as though they are your own personal servants.
Ramen is more than a food for college students, and Japan likes to honor that with its Ramen Museum – a semi-museum that allows you to purchase Ramen from all over Japan, and as well as engage in a variety of other activities, like slot car racing. They also offer free Wifi.
Though you’re not going to be wowed by the size or scope of the Parasite Museum, you are going to be able to say “I once went to a Museum about Parasites,” and that’s something. The Meguro Parasitological Museum is an unusual, fun little activity that attracts tourists looking for the weird and unique.
Cosplay Ear Cleaning
Ear cleaning is very popular in many Asian countries, and Japan is no exception. In Tokyo, you can have your ear cleaned by a young lady in a Cosplay outfit, that provides a relaxing and comfortable atmosphere that foreigners enjoy.
Visiting Japan for the “Weirdness”
Tokyo has some of the most unusual attractions and businesses in the world. From fetish clubs to fashion, there isn’t much of a limit on what you can find to do in Tokyo, in addition to their traditional attractions like Tokyo Disneyland and Harajuku Street. If you haven’t yet visited Tokyo, it should be very high on your priority list.