Oshiage: Bird cafe
Hawkeye (Oshiage: Bird cafe)
Open 1-7pm. Closed Mon, Thu.
Sun: Open Sundays

Billed as a "raptorial photo and snack bar," Hawkeye offers a dozen raptors, both hawks and owls, for visitor photo sessions (including pictures with the nearby Tokyo Skytree in the background). You can also pet some of the birds - but be sure to ask the staff which ones are safe to touch. The owner first became interested in these birds after encountering them through his hobby of paragliding.

The shop is divided into a cafe area - where you can order coffee and tea, beer and snacks - and a glassed-in bird room. The cover charge of Y1000 per hour includes cold drinks (all you can drink), or one hot drink (Y300 for each additional drink), or you can order alcoholic beverages for Y1200 for the first one and Y500 for each additional drink, again with a one-hour limit.

Please see our sister site Animal Cafes.com for details and more photos.

Sumida-ku, Narihira 1-8-9.
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