8 Best Animal Cafes in Tokyo

From Owls to Hedgehog, Here are Tokyo’s top animal cafes!

Popular animal cafes in Tokyo

Have you heard of “Animal Cafe”?? It might sound a bit crazy but it’s literally the place you can enjoy drink and playing with/watching animals at the same time! Animal Cafe industry has become huge on market in last couple of years in Tokyo and now it’s even one of the most popular attractions for foreign visitors! The selection of animal cafes are really various in Tokyo! Find the cafe with your favourite animal and spend the most precious time with them!

1. Owl Cafe & Bar Owl Village

Adorable owls at a owl cafe in Tokyo

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Owl Cafe & Bar Owl Village is where you can play, watch and be relaxed with super adorable owls. There are currently two stores in Tokyo: Harajuku and Kichijoji.

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Fee: 1,500 yen~/1 hour

Hours: Check schedule from their website

Link: https://www.owlvillage.jp/

2. Hedgehog Cafe HARRY

A little hedgehog eating food

Holding a super cute hedgehog in hands

At the hedgehog cafe HARRY, you can touch and play with cute little hedgehogs! It’s extremely popular so don’t forget to book in advance! There are currently two stores in Tokyo: Roppongi and Harajuk.

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Fee: 1400 yen~/30 min

Hours: 12:00~20:00 (last entry 19:30)

Link: https://www.harinezumi-cafe.com/en/


Cuteness Overload!! Hedgehog Cafe HARRY in Roppongi Tokyo

3. Penguin Bar Ikebukuro

3 Penguins at Penguin Bar in Tokyo


The unique venue you can enjoy your drink watching cute little penguins, and also offers a variety of food and drinks on the menu. The feeding time is available 4 times a day.

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Address: COSMY1 1st Floor, 2–38–2 Ikebukuro, Toshima-ward, Tokyo

Hours: 18:00~04:00 am next day

Link: http://www.penginbar.jp/en/

4. Tokyo Snake Center

Drinking a cup of coffee with a beautiful snake

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One and only snake cafe in Japan! Snakes are considered to be a scary kind of animal, but many people find them cute and adorable after visiting the cafe! It’s located at the Kawaii paradise, Harajuku!

<<Make your reservation at Snake Cafe!!>>

Address: Sampou Sogo building 8F,6–5–6 Jingumae, Shibuya-ward, Tokyo

Fee: 1,000 yen (including entrance with one drink)

Hours: 11:00~20:00 (close on Tuesdays)

Link: http://snakecenter.jp/ (Japanese)

5. Temari no Ouchi

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Temari no ouchi is an uniquely designed cafe which feels like being in a fairy tale world. There are approx 30 cats sit and run in this tale space. How many of them can you find??

Address: 3F, 2–13–14 Kichijoji Honcho, Musashino-city, Tokyo

Fee: 1,200 yen(weekdays),1,600 yen (weekends&holidays), 700 yen (after 7pm)

Hours: 10:00~21:00

Link: http://www.temarinoouchi.com/

6. Ms.Bunny

Fluffy bunnies eating their food at Mr Bunny

Adorable bunny at a bunny cafe in Tokyo

The cafe where you can enjoy relaxing with bunnies! There are 6 different types of rabbits in the cafe and they are all fluffy and extremely adorable! It’s situated in the same building as the hedgehog cafe HARRY.

Address: Iwahori Building 3F, Roppongi,Minato-ward, Tokyo

Fee: 1,400 yen/30 min

Hours: 12:00~20:00

Link: https://www.harinezumi-cafe.com/en/msbunny/

7. mipig cafe

© mipig cafe

Japan’s very first and only micro pig cafe, mipig cafe is where you can meet cute little micro pigs from baby to adult ones. There are currently two stores in Tokyo: Meguro and Harajuku


Hours: 12:00~20:00

Link: https://mipig.cafe/en/

8. Kotori Cafe Ueno

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Sit back and relax with nice coffee and cute little and colourful birds! They serve cute bird motifed sweets and snacks too!

Address: 1–8–6 Ueno Sakuragi, Taito Ward, Tokyo

Hours: 11:00~19:00

Link: http://ueno.kotoricafe.jp/ (Japanese)

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