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Touching Owls in Akihabara

Chill out at an owl café in Akihabara, take photos with the owls!


An interesting experience and definitely something a bit different to do in Tokyo. The cafe has been open since August 2014 and is popular with Japanese and foreign tourists equally for its friendly vibe, high interactivity quotient and calming, relaxing mood.
After a brief introduction in Japanese – no flash photography, no sudden movements, don’t squeeze the birds – you then have an hour to spend with the owls. There are about thirty owls in the cafe, perched on bars throughout the room. Each has a name and with that, presumably, comes a personality. Some are small and sweet, others bigger and evil-looking with vibrant eyes that are constantly watching their surroundings. There are owls that seem sleepy and owls that seem more alert, owls that barely move and others with heads constantly bobbing. At the end, you can get a laminated photo of you posing with an your favorite owl on your arm. Let the staff know if it's your birthday and you'll receive a special gift. Enjoy your relaxing time with cute owls!


・Touching cute owls
・Taking pictures of owls
・Try having owls rest on your arm
・Feel relaxed & happy by owls & healing music & calm atmosphere
・Making a post card with your favorite owl


Owl Cafe accepts reservations via their homepage no more than three days in advance, but with OMAKASE, you are able to book any number of days in advance.
・Tickets are not available at the cafe and must be booked in advance.

  Price ¥2,500 / person
  Duration 1 hour
  Hours of availability

Monday - Friday:12:00-18:00
Saturday & Sunday:11:00-20:00
※ Tuesday is the shop day off.
※ Opening times are subject to change in cases where the owls are not able to interact with visitors.


・Laminated picture of you & owls on a postcard


・Food & drinks
・Hotel pick up & drop off

  Participants 1-6 people

Meeting Point

<Akiba Fukurou>
67 , Kandaneribeicho , Chiyoda-ku , Tokyo
※ 2 minutes walk from JR "Akihabara" station(Central Gate).

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