Updated: March 12, 2019
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Cat Cafes In Fukuoka, Or Where To Make A Fluffy Friend

Fukuoka City

Here is the list of the places you should visit while in Fukuoka to have a truly relaxing time petting a fluffy cat and drinking coffee. If you miss your pet back home, or if you're need of some relaxing time, stop by one of these fun cat cafes!

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Neko Cafe Keurig (猫カフェ キューリグ)

Neko Cafe Keurig is a stylish cafe in the Daimyo area. There are plenty of cats to pet and play with and they're all cuter than the next. There are 25 playful cats to meet! They also serve elegant desserts and tasty and healthy food! There are different plans to choose from, 1H starts at ¥1,000 and comes with a drink, you can also choose 1.5H (¥1,300), or 3H (¥2,100). There is also a meal set, a sweets set and a french toast set.

There is also another branch in Fukuoka, Neko Cafe Keurig The Loft.

Cafe Cafe OBC (猫カフェOBC)

Cat Cafe OBC has about 20 fluffy residents you can come meet and play with. The plan is 1 hour, including 1 drink is 1,000 yen. And there is an automatic extension of 20 minutes for 300 yen. The shop is sparkling clean and doesn't smell at all. It is a great place to spend time with cats.

Cat Cafe Yoshineko (猫カフェ美猫)

Cat Cafe Yoshineko is a cafe with a really nice and beautiful decor. The cats are super fluffy and playful, you'll want to stay all day and sit with them and stare out the window together. It is 1,000 yen for 1 hour and it comes with one drink, every 20 minute extension is 300 yen.

SO-SE-KI (猫カフェ SO-SE-KI)

Cat Cafe SO-SE-KI is also a fun place to come play with cats. Unlike other cat cafes, this one has 40 min. plans as well: it is 700 yen, including a drink, and 1,100 yen with a cake set. 1 hour is 1,000 yen, including a drink, and 1,400 yen for a cake set. 2 hours is 1,800 yen with a drink and 2,200 yen for a cake set.

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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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