Need some healing and relaxing time? Go to a Cat Cafe in Tokyo.

Cat lovers, you definitely want to go to a Neko Cafe (Cat Cafe) when you'll visit Tokyo. It's certainly the most relaxing place in this big city!

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Cat cafés are quite popular in Japan, with Tokyo being home to at least 39 cat cafés. The first was Cat's Store (猫の店 Neko no Mise?), by Norimasa Hanada, which opened in 2005. The popularity of cat cafés in Japan is attributed to many apartments forbidding pets, and to cats providing relaxing companionship in what may otherwise be a stressful and lonesome urban life.

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Here's how a Cat Cafe looks like : a relaxing space with cats everywhere!

It's time for a nap for some of them.

Or lunch time for some others...

In general, there is about a dozen of cats in a Cat Cafe.

Some of them try to hide...

And some others want to play with the customers!

Enjoy good food at the Cat Cafe!

At a Cat Cafe, you can enjoy drinks, but sometimes also a hot dish, and sweets. They are most of the time cat related so it's yummy but also cute as well!

The Cat Omurice and Cat Curry rice are so cute!

 

Organic coffe and carrot cake at a Kichijoji's Cat cafe.

 

Cake with cat paw!

Here are some Cat Cafes in Tokyo.

Shibuya

Address : 28-3 Dogenzaka 2 Chome Shibuya-ku Tokyo Dogenzaka Kurasuto building 3F
Business hours : 11:00~23:00
Tel : 03-3770-1328

Price : 525 yens for 30 minutes

Kichijoji

Cat Cafe Calico

5-7 Kichijoji Minami-Cho 1 Chome Musashino-shi Tokyo Yuki building 4F
Business hours :10:00~22:00 (last order 21:15)
Tel - 0422-29-8353

Price : 1000 yens / hour

Setagaya

RIEN

Address : 10-17 Todoroki 7 Chome Setagaya-ku Tokyo
Business hours : 12:00~18:00 Saturday, Sunday and national holidays
Tel : 042-722-0544

Price : 1500 yens / hour

 
 

The information in this article is accurate at the time of publication.

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