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Published on 06.07.2016
A cat café is a theme café whose attraction is cats that can be watched and played with. Patrons pay a cover fee on hourly basis. Tokyo is home to 57 cat cafes as of 2015. The popularity of cat café in Japan in attributed to many apartments forbidding pets, and to cats providing relaxing companionship.
For cat lovers, this is the place to be. Situated, close to the main railway station in a large modern block on the opposite side of the street to Muji shop and net to Don Wuijote. 1000 Yen to hang out with cats for an hour, stress free experience in a busy city. The best way to attract cats instantly is to buy chicken the café sells. The locker for shoes and bags is available and foods are available for sale. Entrance is allowed up to 9 pm and at 10 it is closed.
This place is good in the sense that the cats decide when you can pet them or not, you are not allowed to pick them up. You can only pet them if they come to you otherwise they want to be left alone. Many people visit this café to hang out with cats, it is an unique experience to visitors.