We recently wrote about the wide variety of pet cafés in Japan, but because these things are so popular, more and more shops seem to be popping up! It’s time for a part 2.

penguin3 Penguin Bar Ikebukuro, photo credit: entabe.jp

This place opened last week in Tokyo. They have a sizable pool (for cramped Tokyo) in the back for the four penguins to swim in, but apparently they have free rein to walk around the bar as well!

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Aqua Lounge Gran Ship

As you can see from the video, they have some GINORMOUS fishes in their water tank. I was honestly a little startled when I saw that haha. For fish fanatics, these are the fish that you can see at Gran Ship: arapaima, gars, freshwater stingray, Asian arowana, silver arowana, catfishes, and tambaqui.

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Cat Café Club

Since we skipped the cat and dog cafés last time, I thought I’d include them in part 2, because, let’s face it, no one can see too many pictures of cats and dogs. At this cat café in Jiyugaoka, there are a whopping thirty cats meowing around the place. For those of you who are allergic to cats, you’re gonna have a bad time. But they’re so darn cute, aren’t they?

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Dogs’ Time

This place is a perfect café for dog-less pup-lovers, but it’s extremely popular, and therefore requires reservations. That French bulldog has stolen my heart!

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  1. Hello there,
    Im visiting tokyo in a few days and would LOVE to visit a dog-petting café. Unfortunately i can’t read japanese. Could someone please tell me how to get to the mentioned Dogs Time in the blog??
    Much thanks,

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