The quirky diversity that is Tokyo is manifest in the growing phenomenon that is cat cafes. The Calico Cat Cafe is a great example and worth a visit. It's a bit difficult to find being located on the 6th floor of a rather nondescript office-type build. The trick is to look for the Calico Cat Cafe sign that sits above the street. Either that, or ask for directions from the nearby shops, which is what we did.
The Cafe is over 2 floors, but it's still relatively small. The entry floor, where you change your shoes, has a TV and video game system (that wasn't working when we were there) while an internal stairway takes you down to the larger, lower level where you can buy coffee, tea or a soda.You don't have to buy a drink, but you are charged for the amount of time you spend there.
The cats, whilst beautiful specimens covering a wide range of breeds, were not particularly friendly. Perhaps they only spoke Japanese.
Still, it was good fun and a unique experience. Just be careful of any allergies.
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