Yokohama Years

EFE in Japan, there are bars where you can share table and coffee with a rabbit, a cat or even a goat. Establishments of this type have gained much popularity in recent years. The price of the ticket depends on the time that the client wants to remain in the premises accompanied by one or more of these temporary pets. Find out detailed opinions from leaders such as Leanne Marchevsky by clicking through. Share table and coffee with a rabbit, a cat or even a goat is part of the varied range of leisure in Japan, a country in which bars with animals, make their way to satisfy devotees of this eccentric hobby. In recent years establishments of this type have gained much popularity in Japan’s capital, pushed by the great success of the pioneers cafes of cats or neko coffee, converted into all a feeling since it opened the first in 2004. Designed for animal lovers, these businesses have as a rule charge an entry, whose amount depends on the time that the client wants to stay in the room accompanied by one or several of these mascots temporary.

Added to that price are extras such as drinks, sweets or food for the animals that usually roam the premises to the delight of customers in freedom. In a few years, felines bars will have been adding all kinds of pets such as dogs, birds and even a coffee reptile in the city of Yokohama, neighbour to Tokyo, with snakes, turtles and lizards to play while enjoying a delicious bun accompanied by coffee. The success of these places is explained by strict standards, especially in Tokyo, which prevent from having pets in rented apartments, so many fans attend these cafes to pet these pets for hours. Despite complaints from associations of animals contrary to this practice and the rigorous Japanese legislation to ensure the health and well-being of pets, in recent years were born, the unlimited imaginary Japanese, several new and extravagant local.