Nakano is mostly famous because of Nakano Broadway (i.e. Otaku's heaven). There you can find a multitude of otaku goods, from vintage to rare. Nakano is also a nice place for students to hang out since there are nice parks and cafes and it has a laid-back atmosphere compared to some posh areas of Tokyo.
You've probably heard of cat cafes if you live in Tokyo but have you heard of dog cafes? They do exist although there are not as common. Here are a few places you might want to check out if you're a dog lover!
Cartoon character Gudetama has a new Cafe in his honor in Ikebukuro neighborhood of Tokyo. Make sure to go while it lasts! Gudetama will only honor us of his presence until January 21st, 2018.
Many Hello Kitty fans come to Japan to get a taste of the culture that has brought them their beloved cat idol. Kitty fans can rejoice because their craving for cuteness doesn't have to stop with buying stuffed toys of Kitty, they can also indulge in the cuteness at Cafe de Miki in Odaiba, Tokyo.
Everyone has already heard of the incredibly famous "neko cafes" (cat cafes) in Japan, and these are undoubtedly unique and interesting things to try during your visit. If you're an animal lover, you'll be happy to know there are tons of other animal cafes to try, such as rabbit cafes, dog cafes, porcupine cafes, you name it! How about trying a bird cafe, they often have very delicious bird-themed desserts as well! Yum!
Anime is an important part of Japanese culture. Nowadays, there are Anime cafes in Tokyo, where you can enjoy the collaboration of different drinks and dishes with your favorite Anime!
Takeshita street (Takeshita dori) in Harajuku is famous for its cute (kawaii) fashion and many visitors enjoy shopping there. When you come to Takeshita street, don't forget to try their food too. Here are 5 recommended places to have desserts and snacks while taking a break.