As many probably know by now we have done some extensive cat spotting in Japan on our holiday! 😉
One of our highlights was the visit to the Cat Cafe てまりのおうち (Temarinoouchi). Their Japanese website can be found here.
I loved the entrance! It feels like you are stepping into a world from Studio Ghibli. As with most cat cafes you have to wash your hands prior to entering btw.
This was certainly the largest cat cafe that we have visitted. There is plenty of space for the cats and human visitors alike.
They even painted the ceiling to make it appear like a magical forest. 🙂
Of course the cats weren’t missing! I just happen to have focussed on the place itself first haha. 😉 Here is the first of the local residents resting on a cute cat scratcher 😀
Here is a little video of the first 2 cats we met in the cafe!
And another picture of me! I couldn’t resist taking this. It was such a cute little dwarf house and shows how mad Japan is over Halloween. LOL
Oli and nubia are demanding wall platforms on our wall at home after seeing this one haha. 🙂
Isn’t this little fella just too cute on it’s little perch? 😀
I had never met a Munchkin before!!! But all I can say is that they are just too cute. <3
Not that scottish fold are any less cute but when again aren’t all cats cute?
Cat Cafe てまりのおうち (Cat Cafe – temarinoouchi)
吉祥寺本町2-13-14 武蔵フォーラムⅢ 3F
Musashino, Tokyo 180-0004
Opening Hr: 10am to 9pm
Admission fee: ¥1,200 for week days,¥1,600 for weekends,¥700 for evenings (no restriction on duration of your visit)
Direction to the cafe:-
1. Take the JR Chuo Line (中央線) to Kichijoji (吉祥寺)
2. Go to North Exit, cross the street, follow the shop with a huge yellow sign says “P.S FA”, turn left and walk straight into the shopping street. (Refer to right picture)
3. Walk all the way to the end of the shopping street and cross the road, you will see Tokyu Department Store (東急百貨店) – [Should be on your right side]
4. walk along the Tokyu Department store, turn right when you see the shop “Tomorrowland”, the cat cafe is on your left side once you turn right. Spot for the cat cafe signage and viola! Enjoy ur stay in the cat cafe 🙂
Japanese Map below:
(The directions were taken from a fellow Blogger whom you can visit here. This really helped us on our visit!)
More of our top picks of the cat cafe will follow soon! 🙂
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