This owl cafe in the center of Akihabara has a unique atmosphere - more like a theme-park attraction than an animal cafe. From the outside it looks like a re-purposed downtown office, but inside it's a fantasy world of sleepy owls, crystal chandeliers, uniformed staff and soft classical music. The cafe has been open since August 2014 and is popular with Japanese and tourists equally for its friendly vibe and calming, relaxing mood.
There are lots of unique cafes in Tokyo: maid cafe, cat cafe, and Gyaru cafe are the most well known ones. But there is another cafe that will really get your attention: Owl Cafe!Please follow the rules of the cafe and bear in mind that the owls are sensitive animals. Most owl cafes require you to queue up, perhaps for hours on end, in order to experience this "healing entertainment". So, if you'd like to step outside the bustle of Tokyo life and try a uniquely therapeutic experience but don't have hours to throw away, a Japanese concierge team will be happy to make an advance reservation for you at an owl cafe in Central Tokyo. Available every day for 1-hour visits. Admission is on an hourly basis and strictly follows the time of your reservation. You may enter partway through your reserved time slot, but the room will only be reserved for the hour that you have reserved.