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Cat cafe Hapineko, Shibuya
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最初に若い店員さんから「ワンドリンク制30分540円」という説明を受けました 入って，猫さんも大変だろうなと眺めていると，デブのおばさんが「窓に触れるな」「ソファーに触れるな」「スリッパ脱ぐな」と煩いです。 自分もスリッパ履いてないのに。 取り敢えずワンドリンクの飲み物を飲んだし，居心地も良くなかったので出ようとすると「1620円になります」 ？540円じゃないの？ なんでも，ドリンク540円，3... read more »Received from the first young clerk explained that "one drink-30 540 Yen very cat, there would be looking, aunt Deb's"Windows touch ","touches on the sofa, ""slippers off,"inspiration is. Even though your not putting on slippers. Leaving 取ri敢ezu drank the drink one drink, because it is not nice to "makes 1620 Yen?" 540 Yen isn't? It becomes 1 hour from anything else, drink 540 yen, 30 minutes a little bit over? eh? And did not receive such instructions, say "call the police. Keep without running off! "Sounds terrible. Wait WTF and lives still hysterical, but paid the amount you would like pig, because it is too good, and not even the police waited when says "it is running away! Not enough! "Too much greediness. Was tired of city greed. 近yorimasenn and 2.show original
Premettendo che nel complesso l'esperienza è stata divertente, non andate in questo neko "café". Da grande amante degli animali quale sono, mi aspettavo qualcosa di molto diverso. Invece questo caffé ... read more »Assuming that overall the experience was fun, don't go to this neko "café". From great animal lover that I am, I expected something very different. Instead this coffee can be summed up in three points: 1. There is an endless list of rules to follow, that make you study before entering. In summary: you have to take off your shoes on a dedicated area of the floor out from coffee; leave all personal items in a bag; wash and sanitize your hands in a certain order; you have to sit where they say; You cannot touch certain cats; you have to keep the lid on the cup of tea. In return for compliance with these rules and 10000 yen you get a cup of tea and what they describe as "treats" and that I call a cookie mix. 2. The staff is extremely rude. They never smile, the place would seem to be run by the military police. The ladies were watching us guests with extreme distrust and seemed to look forward to recover if you violate any of the rules. 3. Cats are very snob, don't you come closer and they caress. I am very spoiled and we understand very well why: the ladies running the place treat terrible visitors, but the cats as they were Princes! I mean, I wish I had read the reviews on trip Advisor before you go there. But at least it will be something I will remember. Go to a neko coffee is definitely an experience to do in Japan, but don't choose this one! Waste of time and money.show original
I can understand all the rules for protecting the cats, but when i had a drink in my hand and walked over to another part of the room with it, the lady yelled at me from across the room because you ca... read more »
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