The cafe is located near Canal City at Nakatsukawabata. To get there, you have to get out at Nakatsukawabata (中津川端) station, take the exit towards canal city and walk down this path:
|The decorations change according the the seasons.|
|The sign of the shop. It just says "Owl shop" in Japanese|
|For alcoholic drinks, it's 1200 yen.|
Make sure you get to the shop five minutes before the appointed time.
When you go in, you will be guided to the second floor where your order will be taken.
|I think this table is so cute! There are plants growing in the middle!|
|Again, cute cup *squeal*|
Before anything happens, your have to sanitise your hands with the hand-sanitiser on the table.
By the way, the sheet on which the hand-sanitiser is resting is a guide on how to approach the owls. If you don't speak Japanese, an English guide is available upon request. However, the briefing is done only in Japanese.
|The wall, decorated with these cute owls *more squealing*|
And as you can expect, I have many many photographs of the owls (and with the owls too). They are just too adorable!
|This owl disagrees. He's giving me the =.= face. I guess he isn't amused.|
|Owls that you can play with are on this ledge|
|WHAT DID YOU SAY? I WOULD NEVER|
|I may be tiny, but I rule this human!|
What? I didn't know that different breeds have different sizes. Before I came here, I assumed that most owls looked alike and had the same size.
|My pretty cousin and the bird|
By the way, you can buy an owl at this shop. However, whether you can afford the owl, and whether you can bring the owl back home is another matter.
|Are you going to buy me?|
Osaka and Hakata Owl Cafe Blog (Japanese only)
Hakata Owl Cafe Facebook Page
I previously mentioned the owl cafe in this post, although it doesn't have as many photos as this one.