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きゃりこ 新宿店
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1-16-2 Kabukicho Shinjuku, Tokyo 160-0021 Japan
1−16−2 KabukichoJPTokyoShinjuku160-0021
CafeToday 10:00 am – 9:15 pm
Monday 10:00 am – 9:15 pmTuesday 10:00 am – 9:15 pmWednesday 10:00 am – 9:15 pmThursday 10:00 am – 9:15 pmFriday 10:00 am – 9:15 pmSaturday 10:00 am – 9:15 pmSunday 10:00 am – 9:15 pm
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Rei Fujiwara
a year ago
I was asked to recommend a cat cafe over on Tumblr and this, it is! This particular cafe at Shinjuku has 2 floors. They have about 50 beautiful cats. You can feed them some snacks & have them hoard around you. If not, they’d just be chilling on their own. ;) Food & beverages - afforadable / reasonable. Entry: ¥1000 (1hr with the cats / Your beverages not inclusive though) Every 10-min thereafter: ¥150 Fairly accessible from Shinjuku station. Lots of eateries around to boot!
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Sheridan Kates
2 years ago
This is a cat cafe (English translation of the name is Calico). Basically you hang out and can read books or play Xbox while a whole bunch of cats roam around, and you can pet them (but no picking them up!) They serve drinks and some snacks (which you have to eat and drink in a separate room, otherwise you'll get mobbed by cats). They'll also sell you a little box of chicken which you can use to bribe the cats to love you. Some very friendly ones though even with chicken ;) Totally recommended if you visit Tokyo - you couldn't get another experience like this in many other places in the world!
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Morgan Lai
2 years ago
An impressively large cat cafe, though compared to others I've visited in other Asian countries, the environment isn't quite as nice. I really like the giant Maine coons, and they had a good variety of different kinds of cats.
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2 years ago
They had instructions written in English and plenty of cats. It was a great time.
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Annie Lin
a year ago
If you're in Japan looking to get your cat fix then Calico is definitely the place to go! It's a little hard to find if you're not looking for it, but they have a little poster hanging off the front of the building so once you spot that you're all good. I like this location a lot better than Nekobukuro in Ikebukuro because, although Calico doesn't have the coffee shop/library vibe as Nekobukuro, you feel like it's a lot easier to play and coo at the cats which is essentially why I went in the first place. The second location was very quiet and made me feel like if I was too loud I'd be scolded haha. Plus Calico has 2 floors full of fluffy kitties! If you pay a little more (300 yen I believe?) you get a small container of food to feed the cats and let me tell you they LOVE that. If you want be swarmed by cats that's the way to go. It's a little pricey but if it's been awhile since you've been around a cat it's well worth the trip and cost! Finally the staff is super nice and even if you can't speak Japanese very well they're really patient and willing to help you out.
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Tomi Juntunen
9 months ago
Ah, so relaxing and much *purr*! Can only recommend this cat cafe for visiting.
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Mike Lundy
4 years ago
I speak no Japanese, and they spoke no English. They went out of their way to help the crazy foreigners. Also: CATS. OMG.
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Shintaro Takahashi
3 years ago
1時間1,000円が目安 延長しても、自動的にパック料金にしてくれるので親切 ドリンクは200円くらい 喫煙室があるのは◎


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