A Rabbit A Day At The Bunny Cafe

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Hello there, bunnies! Wow, you are cute and friendly. Please don’t poop on me.

Fortunately, lap diapers are dispensed at the door, so you can enjoy the lovely bunnies without any dry cleaning anxiety. At the Ohisama rabbit café, a 30-minute lapful of long-eared fluffiness will set you back about ten bucks, including the coffee/tea of your choice (served in the room next door, to avoid the dreaded fur garnish).

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Do you have food? Are you food? If you were food, we wouldn’t have to order pizza for a week!

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Food! Food! Oh. Not food.

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The hardworking rabbitoids of Ohisama, battling it out to be #1 Bunzilla.

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Then suddenly…the bunny from another dimension.

If you’d like to visit the Ohisama rabbit café the next time you’re in Tokyo, it’s in Shimokitazawa at 2-28-5 Kitazawa 2F. They’re open every day from noon to 8:00 p.m. Tel 03-3410-5299 (Japanese only). A map is on my website, The Tokyo Guide I Wish I’d Had.

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