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More than just owls, this 'cafe' hosts hedgehogs and various other animals. The space was relatively small, (although it's Japan, what do you expect) and theres not that many places to sit, if you're thinking of a traditional 'cafe' setting. The girls who worked there seemed to be very caring with the animals, but that didn't stop my own internal crisis. I went back and forth between being excited to see owls up and close, and also perturbed that I was in an owl cafe itself, but that's for you to debate yourself. You get a free drink once inside - a fancy vending machine that shows how your drink is being made in the machine via small cameras. Yes, you are allowed to pet certain owls, if that's what you came for. There's no signs against waking them up, but it's polite if you don't pet them while they're sleeping! Do be cautious, as some owls have "don't touch" signs.
フクロウカフェと言ったところです。 後々になってミミズクの事を知ったのでまだまだ勉強を理由に通いたいところです。 看板犬もいるし触る事もできます。 【↑ルール厳守】 夜に生きているせいか時々、疲れた顔(？)をしてる子もいます(^^;) 近所に３号店もできたそうで今度はそちらも見たいです。