Harajuku: Rabbit cafe
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Open noon-7pm (LO; Sat, Sun 11-7:30). Closed Fridays, 3rd Thu.
Sun: Open Sundays

Pet, play with and feed the dozen staff rabbits at this small rabbit cafe. Entry is Y600 for the first 30 minutes, or Y1000 for the first hour, and Y500 for each additional 30 minutes. Coffee and soft drinks are free, and a dish of greens and carrots for feeding the rabbits is Y100. The initials stand for "rabbit and grow fat," in case you were wondering.

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

Shibuya-ku, Jingumae 6-14-15, Maison Harajuku 3F.
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