Japan Pop: Fussy paws with Tea: Cat Café in Japan
Need to add a little love to your day? In Japan, you can order that from the bar. Cat Café has become more popular where patrons can come in sip some coffee and enjoy cuddling dozens of cat. From the outside, it seems like a normal café with tables, chairs, bookcases, and sofas. However on closer inspections you will see a variety of cats walking, sleeping, or playing. With so many cat café in Japan, some owners started to specialized in particular cats like calico, black, strays, pure breed and one even got a goat. Believe it or not but the first Cat Café was in Taipei, Taiwan in 1998. It was extremely popular with the tourist. So in 2004, Japan opened its very first Cat Café in Osaka called Neko no Mise (猫の店, Cat’s Store). Since then, more stores opened up all over the nation counting over 70 stores. Since then, other countries also joined the Cat Café family like Austria, South Korea, Hungary, Germany, Spain, France, and the UK. If you ever in Japan wanting to grab a small snack stop by a Cat Café guarantee your purrrfection.