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Owl Cafe & Bar Owl Village, Harajuku, Shibuya
(4.1/5 based on 50+ reviews on the web)
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  • Even though it's a little cruel to keep these creatures captive, the staff do let them exercise and fly around during non-visiting hours! It was a great experience! 
  • It's an amazing thing to see an owl up close. They are beautiful and majestic creatures. Don't expect much interaction, although you can touch them. I felt a little guilty that the owls were captive, ...  more »
  • My 8 year old daughter and I went to the owl cafe at 7pm Although the room is small and the owls are tied most of the day, which is a welfare concern, the staff seemed to care about the owls are were ...  more »
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  • Sceptical at first as I wasn't sure how much fun it would be, but was pleasantly surprised and would definitely recommend! The place is in an apartment complex with the entrance just off the street, it's clearly signposted. You take a lift to the 4th floor where you'll see a chalkboard with the hourly timeslots that will show availability, it cost us 1,500 Yen for an appointment 2 hours in advance. This allowed us entrance to the cafe for an hour, 35 minutes of holding and petting owls, a free drink (beer has an additional charge) and a free gift (gifts were badges and keyrings). The staff were friendly and we were given an introduction to each owl, personality, breed and if we could hold or pet them. The room is quite small but there is just enough space to accommodate everyone.
  • Gotta hit the Owl Cafe fam! Super friendly, real dope owls. Especially Bob. He's the best. Caretakers seem to love those little owls (except for Bob, he's huge yo). Rather be here than a Cat Cafe. You can't actually drink tea with the Owls so, minus one star, even tho I understand why it's totally unhygienic. Gotta stay clean fam.
  • Fun experience! Great to interact with the different owls and to see their personalities. The owls are raised in the Cafe from birth. Staff are very good and kind. They are kept separate from the Cafe section for hygiene. We were able to pet the owls and, when given a thick glove, able to hold them.
  • Very nice experience, owls are well cared for and still able to fly. Petting them was awesome and a fun experience, though expensive for that amount of time. You still feel bad for them though, they constantly stare out the window and seem vacant and indifferent somehow. You get to pay out front and the owls are in a different room so it's not like a cat cafe in that sense. We payed for half an hour which was 1300 Yen and there was a package for 1 hour which was 2000 Yen that included feeding. Just holding and petting them for half an hour was nice though and we found a favorite one, the little transformation owl in the corner. One other owl was named wasabi :D. A friend who wasn't into owls could wait outside the room at some tables and watch from there and get some water to drink, too. The toilet was pretty clean too (but this is Japan, I expect no less). Yeah, if you're I to owls and want to pet one this is your kinda place. Little hard to find, it's on the 4th floor of some building. Look for the owl symbol on the side and follow your smartphone or ask one of the nice locals.
  • A must do when you go to Tokyo. Staff were friendly and experience was really good. Make sure you make an appointment or else you'll miss out.