Owl cafes and bird cafes in Tokyo

Everybody has heard about the famous cat cafes in Japan, but thanks to the popularity of cat cafes there has started to pop up all kinds of different animal café’s in Japan. One very interesting and a bit more unique is the bird café’s in which you can find birds from canaries to hawks. From these the most famous maybe being the owl coffee, after all who doesn’t want to pet an owl specially after you have seen few of those cute owl videos from youtube. Though as said there are all kinds of animal cafes in Japan, but with this article we are going to concentrate on the different bird cafes you can find form Tokyo.

Few things you should also take in consideration if you want to go to one of the cafes:

Some of the places do not allow young children in to them.

You need to remember birds are animals and do not really go to any specific place to poop so you better wear something that does not matter much if it gets dirty, just in case.

Specially owls are birds of prey so their claws are sharp.

Most of the Cafes only accept cash so be prepared for that.

Some of the places do not serve food or drinks.

Akiba Fukurou  (Akihabara)

This lovely little owl café in middle of Akibas sea of people, flashing lights, sound and busy streets there sits a little owl café, that might just be the right place to stop at relax and enjoy the cute owls. Though because it is a little piece of nature middle of the electrical city, it is very busy and it is good to reserve seats beforehand you can reserve it from there site, there will be a link below.

Address: 67 Kanda Neribeicho | Akiba Fukurou Bldg. 1F, Chiyoda 101-0022

Business hours: 12:00 – 19:00 all days except Tuesdays.

Cost: 2000yen for one hour with a souvenir photo, orders do not include to the price

Age limit: 7



Falconers café (Kichijoji)

The Falconers café is a bit of a different than the other café’s, you are not allowed to touch the birds unless you are a certified falconer yourself. You can watch and take pictures of the birds (no flash). It is more just a place where you can watch and admire the beautiful birds of prey, or if you are a falconer it is a place to talk about your hobby, the place sells falconers gear as well.

Address: 11-8, Shimorenjyaku 1, Mitaka-Ci, Tokyo

Business hours: 12:00 - 19:00 (LO18:30) They ask that you check the times from there site for possible changes

Phone number: +81 (0)422-57-7762

Cost: No entrance or time fee

Age limit: No info



Forest of Owl (Multiple locations)

The Forest of owl is a chain of café’s, what is special about this place is that they do not only have birds in their café’s but all kinds of animals, the first Asakusa location even has a monkey in it! So, this place is worth the trip, also with unlimited time you can stay as long as you want with the lovely animals. This is one of the locations with no food or drink services, there is a vending machine you can use though.

Cost: 890-yen entrance fee (you can stay as long as you want) + what you buy there. (children up to age 12 only 540 yen

Age limit: No


Address: 4 Chome-5 Sotokanda, Chiyoda-ku, Tōkyō-to 101-0021

Business hours: Weekdays 12:00 – 22:00 Weekends and holidays: 11:00 – 22:00

Phone number: +81 (0)332-54-6366

Asakusa 1:

Address: 1 Chome-39-11 Asakusa, Taitō-ku, Tōkyō-to 111-0032 (Second floor)

Business hours: 10:00 – 20:00

Phone number: +81 (0)902-530-2960

Asakusa 2:

 Address: 1 Chome-22 Asakusa, Taitō-ku, Tōkyō-to 111-0032 (Second floor)

Business hours: 10:00 – 21:00

Phone number: +81 (0)902-244-2960

Website (only in Japanese)


Ginza Owl Café (Ginza)

Cost: 1200yen for 25 minutes. 2000yen for 60 minutes.

Address: 104-0061 Tōkyō-to, Chūō-ku, Ginza, 1 Chome−8−21

Business Hours: Weekdays: 13:00-16:00 and 18:00-20:00 ( Wednesday closed), Weekend: 12:00 – 19:00

Phone Number: +81 (0)80-4934-4983

Age limit: No info

Website (mostly in Japanese)


Kotori café (Multiple locations)

This café has parrots and smaller birds that chirp around while you enjoy your drink. You can watch them while relaxing maybe buy some bird feed and feed the cute little birds, you can also get to pet some of the birds in a special room at the café.

Cost: Only on weekends and holidays 3000 for private room.

Age limit: No info

Omotesando info

Address: Minato-ku, Tokyo 107-0062 Minami-Aoyama 6-3-7

Business hours: 11:00 to 19:00 (LO 18:00)

Phone Number: +81 (0)364-275-115

Sugaru info

Address: 3-18-13 Sugamo, Toshima-ku, Tokyo 170-0002

Phone number: +81 (0)369-035-084

Business Hours: 11: 00 - 19: 00 (LO 18:00)


Address: Yubinbango181-0013 Mitaka City, Tokyo Shimorenjaku 1-14-7 Byuno Mitaka 1F

Business Hours: 10:30 to 18:00 (LO 17:00)

Phone number: +81 (0)422-290-9224

Website (only in Japanese)


Ikefukurou Café (Multiple locations)

There are two café’s the ikebukuro one has only owls but the more interesting one is the Kichijoji café which has meerkats and hedgehogs in it as well. Unfortunately, in these cafes you are not able to get anything to eat, only drinks.

Cost:  1500yen – 1600yen

Age limit: No info


address: 1-17-1-6F Minami Ikebukuro Toshima-ku, Tokyo

Business hours: 11:00 – 20:00 Weeknds and holidays 12:00 – 19:00


Address: 1-3-1-4F Kichijoji Namamachi, Musashino-shi, Tokyo

Business hours: Tuesday – Friday 11:00 – 20:00 Weeknds and holidays 12:00 – 19:00

Phone number: +81 (0)800-4332-2960

website (only part of the information in English)


Owl park (Ikebukuro)

This is another Owl café in Ikebukuro, this owl café has also hedge hogs in it, so you get to experience hedgehog café feel as well as owl café. This Ikebukuro location also does not have any food to offer and you can get drinks from a vending machine, it is more of a “meet owls” kind of place and not a café.

Cost: Adults - 1200 yen, Under 17 years old - 1000 yen, Under 5 years old -free

Age limit: No

Address: 2nd Floor 3-30-11 Nishi-Ikebukuro Toshima-ku Tokyo Japan

Business hours: Open 11:00 to 20:00 Thursdays closed

Phone Number: +81 (0)339-841-097



Owl café Village (multiple locations)

In this owl café you should reserve the seats beforehand, because it is 1 hour of time there. That time will have some of the time to play, feed, pet or take picture of the owls in the “owl room” and after that you can sit and drink or eat something.

Age limit: No limit but preschool children are not allowed to go to the owl room and Elementary school and junior high school kids only with a guardian.


Address: 201 JK - Kichijoji Building, 26-1, Kichijojihoncho 1 Chome, Musashino City, Tokyo

Business hours: Week days 12:00 – 19:00 (LO18:00) Weekends 11:00 – 19:00 (LO18:00)

Cost: 2000yen if you reserve through internet 2500if you reserve a seat at the location.


Address: 4F HARAJUKU-ATM Building, 21-15, Jingumae 1 Chome, Shibuya-ku

Business hours: 10:00 – 19:00

Cost: 1500yen if you reserve through internet 2500if you reserve a seat at the location.



Tori no iru Café (multiple locations)

Tori no Iru cafes differ from each other surprisingly lot even tho they are the same chain, for example in Asakusa you cannot take your own food in to and in Roppongi location you can bring your own food also. Also in the Roppongi location there are hedgehogs as well. And yes, in both of the cafes they have all kind of birds not just owls.



Address: B1F, Ooyama Bld., 1-12-8, Asakusa, Taito-ku, Tokyo, 111-0032

Business times: Weekdays 13:00-20:00, weekend & holidays 11:00-20:00

Phone number.: +81 (0)3-6802-8572

Cost: 1500 yen 1 hour, then 300 yen per 15 extra minutes. Free under 3 years olds, half price for 3 - 6 year old’s

Age limit: No but middle school kids need a guardian with them



Address: 6F, Francais-Building, 4-11-8, Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo, 106-0032

Business time: 13:00 – 20:00

Phone Number: +81 (0)3-6721-0220

Cost: 2000yen to stay as long as you want. Free under 3 years olds, half price for 3 - 6 year old’s

Age limit: No but middle school kids need a guardian with them


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