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I'm quite fond of photographing owls but have never been up close to an owl before! This is a delightful little place where you can really get to know the personalities of many types of owls. You will feel like you're at Hogwarts! The guide...More
What a unique experience!
This Owl Cafe allows you to reserve an hour with the approximately 20 owls. You have to reserve on the same-day and he room is big enough for maybe 8 or so people.
You get a choice of a drink included....More
I was excited to go to an owl cafe having never heard of this before. Over the years I have learned many animals appreciate human contact and are enjoyable to be around. Donkeys, camels, cows . . . the list goes on - I thought...More
Who knew that owl cafes were a thing? I had heard of cat (Neko) cafes but not owls. My Japanese sister-in-law suggested it as a very unique experience and I'm glad she did. I thought we would be viewing owls and didn't even think we...More
They have a large variety of owls, lots of different sizes and ages, and all of them are friendly. The room is very dark for the owls and you are not allowed to take videos sadly but you can take as many photos as you...More
Heard so much about this owl cafe and decided to make an appointment to see them myself. They charged ¥2000 when you arrive to make a reservation. Limited to 12 slots per hour from 2-6pm on a Wed. Different timings on weekends. You get to...More
We were able to get reservations to Fukuro No Mise own cafe after reading the excellent review, and noticing that some other owl cafes in Tokyo had commenters worried about the care of owls at other places. This was absolutely not the case at Fukuro...More
If you're looking for some different kind of fun in Tokyo----and you like owls---this is an activity for you!! Beautiful, docile owls are available to touch (with one finger) and hold on your arm or shoulder (with the help of an employee). It's a great...More
We were serendipitously booked into an airbnb close by this place so we walked by one morning and made reservations for the first slot available on a sunday - went at 1030am, booked for 12noon for 1 hour. Was 2000 yen per person. Entering in,...More
This place is great if you want to interact with a variety of owls of all shapes and sizes. Just make sure you give yourself time to book an appointment. Luckily this place is only two stops from Ginza on the metro so you can...More
Ginza is famous for being a trendy hotspot, but it's also a downtown area with shops that were founded over a hundred years ago. Department stores and luxury boutiques line the route from Nihonbashi to Ginza. It's a long established tradition to shop and stroll while the road is closed to traffic. Luxury hotels, world class cuisine from talented chefs, and a collection of glitzy clubs will make this area popular