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Harajuku (原宿) is often referred to as the crazy fashion capital of Tokyo (東京), home to the famous Takeshita Street (竹下通り) and the inspiration for Kyary Pamyu Pamyu (きゃりーぱみゅぱみゅ)'s style, and various subcultures like lolita (ロリータ) and gothloli (ゴスロリ). If you're interested in trying some unusual shops and cafes,...

If you’re an animal lover or if you are still waiting for your letter from Hogwarts, you have likely wanted to hold an owl. Fortunately, in Japan, this is possible! Japan is known for its wide array of animal cafes, and recently owl cafes have been gaining popularity. While...

In recent years, animal themed cafes in Japan became such a huge hit that there are now a large variety of these shops all across the country. These cafes do not only offer your regular cup of coffee for the day but also, a friendly companion to join you...

If you come to Tokyo, classic, must-see spots like Shibuya's scramble crossing, Harajuku's colorful shops and Shinjuku's busy streets will likely be high on your list of places to go. However, did you know that Ikebukuro is a less-known district that is just as bustling and exciting? There are...

Japan's newest trend in animal cafes keeps popping up all over Tokyo. What started as a couple cafes a few years ago has now led to dozens of cafes in various neighborhoods. Cafe Hoho in Shinjuku is a fairly new addition to the growing number of animal cafes and...

If you thought cafes are only for drinking coffee, here is something to get you thinking... I've always thought that if there is any place where weird inventions come to life in this world, it most certainly is Japan. As I mentioned in my previous article, marketers in Japan seem...

With cat cafes and bunny cafes growing more and more common both in Japan and around the world, it is only natural that a newer and more exotic animal cafe would emerge. In recent years bird cafes and especially owl cafes, have been becoming more and more common and...

At Hukulou Coffee, located in Nakazaki-cho, Osaka, there is a little owl named Fuku (who is named after the Japanese word for owl which is "fukurou") and a kitten named Marimo. Usually cats and birds don’t get along but these two make the most adorable pair. They actually look...

Location If you’re looking for a different kind of cafe experience why not head to Osaka for the chance to get up close and personal with some adorable owls! Just a short walk from Minami morimachi station, (just head south through the covered shopping arcade and it’s straight ahead as...

Before I came to Japan, I had no idea just how many of my day trips would be filled with amazing animal attractions! Whatever animals you love, you can find them here in Japan! So here are my top 5 (of many!) animal attractions in Japan! 1. Cat Cafes Author's photo Arguably...

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