animal cafe

Follow the Rabbit Trail to the Cutest r.a.a.g.f. Bunny Cafe in Harajuku

As many may know, animal cafes in Japan are one of the hottest locations for tourists. Cat Cafes are perhaps one of the most popular. With an ever increasing number of customers, some clever soul decided to expand this idea of coffee with animals to include other animals. And on par with cat cafes in…

Brave Enough for a Snake Date in Tokyo?

Many people enjoy visiting cafes in Japan with the animal theme concepts that cafes are now embracing. Whether it be cats, dogs, rabbits or even owls, anyone coming to visit will surely have fun with these cute little animals. There is one cafe, though, that stays within the animal theme concept but showcases a very…

Enjoy the ’Fukuro no Mise’ Owl Cafe Experience, it’s a Real Hoot!

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 popular. Fukuro no Mise Author’s photo…

Hukulou Coffee Owl Cafe: Can a Cat and an Owl be Friends?

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 a bit similar too! They are…

Top 5 Incredible Animal Attractions in Japan!

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 the most famous…

Want to Experience an Original way of Relaxing in Japan? Try Animal Cafes!

When you come in Japan, you will be very busy as there are so many things to visit. You might be exhausted. How about going to a cafe? That’s actually a great way to relax however we highly recommend you to visit Japan’s special cafes! In these unusual cafes you can have beverages, sweets, snacks…