Owl Cafe Osaka | Fukuro no Mise – The Ultimate Cafe Experience

As you know, animal cafes are quite popular and “normal” in Japan. You can have coffee with cats, bunnies, owls and – the latest trend – with hedgehogs. The first time I have been to an owl cafe was during my language stay in Fukuoka in 2014. I still have contact to my dearest friend and ex-schoolmate Shimmin and was lucky to meet him in Osaka. We meet up in front of the hotel (he accidentally booked the same hotel as me – and we didn’t talked about it before lol). We went to the owl cafe fist to book a seat for us. I would recommend you to book in advance or go as early as possible, because the owl cafes are quickly fully booked. We had to wait until the next time frame, so we had a walk along the river near the Osaka castle. The cherry trees are blooming pretty and there was also a small Matsuri (Japanese festival), where we had some snacks. We went back later to the cafe, where we could enjoy the afternoon with the lovely owls. There are rules that you must respect before touching the owls. Some can be put on the head, the bigger one just on your arm. The one in the “green corner” need to rest and you can’t touch them, but pictures are allowed. If you need any assistance, do not hesitate to ask the staff at the owl cafe.

Owl Cafe | Fukurou no Mise Osaka
Kita Ward, Tenjinbashi, 1-chōme−3−4 清州中之島プラザ 703
530-0041 Osaka, Japan
+81 6-6232-8560

Opening Hours:
Saturday, Sunday, Tuesday, Thursday: 12:00 – 17:00
Monday, Wednesday, Friday: Closed

Check the timetable early enough! Meeting up with Shimmin-san Matsuri Takoyaki!! It is sooo good! And Taiyaki for dessert Back to the owl cafe Follow the rules Happy owl Hello my friend :) The owls in the “green corner” are having a rest,
so you can’t touch them!More happy owls You can put the big ones on your arm And the small ones on your head Happy me lol


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