Updated: February 18, 2019
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For A Unique Experience in Tokyo, Try a Bird Cafe!

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!

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Kotori Cafe

Kotori cafe has three branches in Tokyo: Omotesando, Kichijoji & Shinsaibashi.
When entering, you can see a variety of colorful birds flapping around behind glass.
If you want a one-on-one petting session, you need to pay an extra ¥500 for 5 minutes.
There isn't a cover charge, but you are expected to order one drink (¥800).
They also serve delicious and cute looking bird cakes. You can also buy some stuffed animals to bring back as a souvenir.

Falconer's Cafe

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This cafe is about a 20 minute walk from either Kichijoji or Mitaka station. It is located near the Ghibli museum, so you will have to walk passed it and by the park. The walk in itself is quite relaxing and you can spend time at Inokashira park afterwards. At the Falconer's cafe, birds are kept within a glass enclosed room. And patrons are even are allowed to bring in their own predatory birds.
You can also order different dishes, such as curry, and drinks.
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Tori no Iru Cafe

Torinoiru Cafe has two branches: one in Roppongi and one in Asakusa.
The cafe system: The first hour is ¥1,500, an extension is ¥300, and a 30-minute trial period is ¥1,000. You have to order a drink and then you can pay ¥500 to enter the owl enclosure. You will get a glove to have the birds perch on your arms. It's really a fun experience.You can also order coffee and a variety of sweets (named after the birds).

Owl Village

The owl village has two branches: one in Kichijoji and one in Harajuku (the price and opening hours differs). In this rather small cafe, the welcoming staff leads you to the owls and lets you pet the friendly owls. It was a great experience.

Pakuchi Bar 8889

Located a few minutes away from Takadonbaba station, this place is rather unique in the sense that it is an owl cafe on Saturdays, Sundays and holidays from 13:00-17:00. The restaurant normally operates as a coriander-specialized restaurant otherwise.
The cover charge is ¥1,000 and includes one drink.
All the owls are named after famous rock stars. Wouldnt you like to meet Lou (Reed) the Tawny owl?
The cafe offers (coriander) dishes, such a coriander garlic steak.

Ikefukurou Cafe

Ikefukurou cafe, located just a minute walk from the east exit of Ikebukuro station, is one of the hottest spots in Tokyo. The name of the cafe came from a Japanese play on words; "fukurou" (means owl in Japanese) and Ike"bukuro". They have over 30 owls welcoming you! Some are Japanese species and the others are from all over the world.

Weekdays - 1500 yen/hour
Weekends - 1600 yen/hour
The price includes a bottle of drink.

Akiba Fukurou

Akiba Fukurou is an owl cafe located 2 minutes away from Akihabara, the electric district of Tokyo. There are around 20 owls in the cafe that are of different breeds and size. You can pat and hold the owls for an hour, and the price is ¥1500.

This store only accept customers who reserved online, so make sure to reserve in advance!

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    Lili Wanderlust
    I love travelling and discovering new cuisines. Japan has a panoply of local dishes to try. I also love yoga, coffee, reading, and cycling.

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