Updated: November 21, 2018
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Dog Friendly Cafes in Tokyo

If you can't get enough of your furry friend's company, you can bring them with you to these cafes in Tokyo! Woof woof!

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Japan is notoriously known for their love of pets. Just think of Hachiko's story - I'm not crying, you're crying!
Scattered all over Tokyo are some great cafes where you can hang out with your best friend.
Check them out!

Asian.d

Asian.d was created out of the owner's need to have a place where her father could come with his service dog and enjoy a nice meal.
After some changes over the past few years, Asian.d now serves delicious hamburgers!
Though they have limited hours, you can still bring your furry friend during Sundays and Holidays.
They are also wheelchair friendly, a rarity in Japan!

Cafe Trois Chiens

Open since 2003, this cafe has a distinct Mexican-style exterior that's easy to spot, and it has enough space for bigger canines.
Menu items include sandwiches, salads, and ramen for you and Wanko (doggy) cakes for your best friend. They can even organize a birthday party for your pup’s special day!

Rabelais

Feeling fancy? Then try Rabelais, in Ebisu.
This French cuisine restaurant is beautifully decorated and allows you to bring up to two pups, if small sized. They can even sit on a chair by your side! For bigger breeds please inquire with the staff.

Cafe Russ-Kich

Located about 10 minutes’ walk from the Komazawa Park dog run, this stylish cafe offers a variety of beverages and light sandwiches for the humans, and a changing menu of treats for your doggo.

Cafe+Bar A+

Want to have a drink while hanging out with your best friend? Cafe+Bar A+ has a great selection of whiskey and sake, accompanied by pasta, tapas, and even waffles.
American retro decor with English speaking staff. Cheers!

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