See inside NYC’s craziest new restaurant Sushi Roxx

Head to the kitschy Japanese-style restaurant for excellent sushi, energetic singing and dancing servers
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After about five minutes in Sushi Roxx, it’s easy to forget that you’re in New York. The over-the-top new restaurant, located in Midtown East’s Tuscany Hotel, appears to have been airlifted directly from some back alley in Tokyo with Godzilla murals, geisha Pop Art and, strikingly, a giant sumo wrestler on the ceiling. And the restaurant’s entertainment value goes far beyond the decor. In addition to excellent sushi rolls and Japanese specialties, diners are treated to performances from the team of singing and dancing servers throughout their meals. Choreographed by Asia Nitollano, a former Pussycat Doll, the energetic numbers are complemented by flashing lights, Top 40 music, spinning disco balls and, occasionally, somewhat inebriated patrons getting up and joining in on the action. See photos of the craziness below, and check out the bonkers sushi club for yourself when the venue opens to the public on July 22, 2015.

Sushi Roxx
Photograph: Filip Wolak

Sushi Roxx
Photograph: Filip Wolak

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Sushi Roxx
Photograph: Filip Wolak

Sushi Roxx
Photograph: Filip Wolak

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Sushi Roxx
Photograph: Filip Wolak

Sushi Roxx
Photograph: Filip Wolak

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Sushi Roxx
Photograph: Filip Wolak

Sushi Roxx
Photograph: Filip Wolak

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Sushi Roxx
Photograph: Filip Wolak

Sushi Roxx
Photograph: Filip Wolak

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Sushi Roxx
Photograph: Filip Wolak

Sushi Roxx
Photograph: Filip Wolak

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Sushi Roxx
Photograph: Filip Wolak

Sushi Roxx
Photograph: Filip Wolak

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