Basically a rabbit pet shop and pet hotel, Floche has set up a tiny cafe area where you can enjoy a coffee break with rabbits in the background. If you want more interaction, there's a playroom area where you can feed and play with one rabbit at a time, and exchange rabbits whenever you like.
Our first rabbit, which resembled a fluffy grey mophead, was on the shy side, but the second one - a big brown English rabbit (so we were told) with long floppy ears was extremely sociable. And also quite demanding, as long as we had snacks in our possession. By the way the snack plate on offer here for Y150 is one of the more deluxe versions in town, with shiso leaves and parsley adding some variety to the usual carrots and lettuce.
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