For tourists, an animal cafe could be the perfect chill out time during a hectic sightseeing schedule. This cafe recently opened so prepare for a wait, especially given the location on the tourist-heavy Takeshita Street, Harajuku. Shiba inu have only become more and more popular in this age of the internet, since their hilarious antics often go viral. Seeing shiba inu in Japan is high on any dog lovers list, so go for a frolic with these mini meme dogs. Mameshiba Cafe Website. They take it one step further to, get this, hedgehogs in dollhouses.
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Cat cafes can be found in most major cities , but they are often not located at street level but on higher floors in multi-story buildings and not always easily found. Cat cafes have taken off in Japan in the last few years. With pet ownership in the city difficult due to small living quarters, strict rental agreements and busy lifestyles, such cafes are popular with locals as well as overseas visitors who love the company of cats. Reservations are not typically required, although it may be prudent to call in advance at the more popular ones.
Mipig is a cafe where you can hang out with cute baby pigs. They're friendly and curious, and they wag their tails just like puppies. You can pet them when they sit in your lap and they make cute snorting noises.