Like its sister shop in Omiya, Nekoya is a spacious cafe with an ample supply of cats and a proactive staff who keep them stimulated. For the benefit of visitors who like to take pictures, a few of the cats may be dressed in cute outfits, and the playroom is set up with amusing domestic tableaux.
Vistors can browse through the manga collection, use tablet computers with wireless internet, and stretch out on comfortable reclining sofas; we even noticed one customer taking a nap. Soft drinks are priced at Y100.
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