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Cat Cafe MoCHA, Shibuya, Shibuya

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  • Note. You can not bring kids under 14 years old here. We weren't aware and a few kids were very disappointed. If you have never been to something like this, try it? Some people say it's relaxing and t...  more »
  • I've read some negative reviews on TripAdvisor but my experience was the complete opposite- I surprisingly enjoyed my visit! We went to the Harajuku branch. The cats aren't super cuddly but they were ...  more »
  • After a big night out in Tokyo, I dragged myself to Shibuya to run some errands. Exhausted and grumpy, I decided the best thing for me would be the company of some kittens. When I couldn't imagine wal...  more »
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  • Lots of cats, cute and week looked after and with a place for them to escape if they don't want any attention. 100yen/10 mins.. minimum 30 mins. Hi near the end of the day to see them being fed.
  • As a cat cafe it's great, well decorated and the cats are healthy. It's quite expensive though, 200 yen per 10 minutes, also very crowded and the cats are obviously quite tired of humans and seem like they don't really want to be there. I personally think that cat cafe's are probably quite stressful for cats and will not go to more ever again.
  • More cats than most other cat cafes. Lots of space for humans to wander and sit. It's ok to bring a laptop for working, too.
  • You go here and it's a bunch of Pussys. Worth going to if you have never been to a cat cafe. Like everywhere in Japan the people are super friendly and inviting. The cats were everywhere and is was a unique experience.
  • My wife and I went to Japan for two weeks for our honeymoon and visited several cat cafes and this was BY FAR the best for many reasons. Most importantly the cats were all very healthy and obvisouly very well taken care of. The space was huge, multiple floors at the top of an unassuming office building, and very clean and modern. We really enjoyed our time here between the playful healthy cats to great views and relaxing atmosphere. Highly recommend visiting this place as it made all other cat cafes seem inferior.