This small specialty bar offers the biggest selection of rums in Tokyo, with more than 400 varieties. They also stock 100 kinds of bourbon.
Located just down the block from the Ghibli Museum, this cafe features a large glassed-in aviary space housing the owner's falcons, hawks and owls. The shop attracts a community of Tokyo bird-lovers, and some customers bring their own birds along. The cafe's small food menu features curry rice and stir-fried ginger pork.
Mitaka-shi, Shimorenjaku 1-11-8. Open 1-7pm. Closed Mondays, Tuesdays.
Some two dozen finches, parakeets and other small birds are in residence at this second, smaller branch of Omotesando's Kotori Cafe, located right across the street from the Ghibli Museum. The birds occupy several glassed-in areas looking out onto the cafe, and provide a lively backdrop for a post-Ghibli coffee break. A coffee and cake set runs Y1620.
Mitaka-shi, Shimorenjaku 1-14-7. Open 10:30am-6pm. Closed 3rd Tuesday.