Harajuku: Rabbit cafe
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Harajuku / Rabbit cafe
Open noon-7:30pm (last entry 7pm; weekends 11am-8pm). Closed Fridays.
Y700 for first thirty minutes or Y1100 for first hour
Average visit time: 30-60 minutes

Visitors are encouraged to pet, play with and feed the dozen or so rabbits "on staff" at this small backstreet cafe. Several different breeds are represented, and most of them seem to be quite lively (especially compared to typical residents of a cat cafe).

The cafe's interior space is relatively small - just three tiny tables, with floor seating for visitors. The rabbits take turns scampering about and spending time in their cages, with only a few running loose at any given time, although you can play with the ones in their cages too.

A dish of greens and shredded carrots for feeding the rabbits is Y150, and coffee and soft drinks are included in the cover charge, which is Y700 for the first thirty minutes or Y1100 for the first hour, plus Y550 for each additional thirty minutes.

See more photos and details at Animal Cafes.com.

Shibuya-ku, Jingumae 6-14-15, Maison Harajuku 3F.
3 minutes from Meiji-Jingumae station (Fukutoshin, Chiyoda lines)
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