The rabbits seem friendlier and more outgoing than average at this small cafe. Perhaps it's a result of the cafe's policy of providing all visitors with a complimentary packet of rabbit snacks upon arrival. There are two small playrooms, with two or three rabbits running loose and room for two or three customers in each.
There's also a separate cafe area, furnished with three tables where you can drink coffee and unwind between rabbit-feeding sessions and recharge your batteries. A bouncy soundtrack of smooth jazz plays in the background.
Upon arrival you'll be asked to choose a plan (thirty or sixty minutes), then read and sign a rather long consent form in English or Japanese. After that you'll be issued a waterproof apron and you can place your drink order. Coffee or soft drinks and rabbit food are included with admission, and you can purchase extra rabbit food for Y200.
See more photos and details at Animal Cafes.com.
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