Yes, as you know, there are so many animal cafes in Tokyo where all animal lovers make attracted. However some of people don’t like to drink or eat during touching animals or simply want to enjoy animals, there is nice place in Ikebukuro (especially for cat lovers)!
Cat’s House Nekobukuro on the eighth floor of Tokyu Hands in Ikebukuro is the oldest cat petting zoo in town. It’s been open since 2000 and draws a crowd of tourists and regulars with its reasonable price, Peewee’s Playhouse design and plentiful cats. Here is not a cat café, so simply you can enjoy with cats.
The theme seems to be a surreal mix of cats, trains and kindergarten. You enter through the left-hand door into a fake train station with a parked train carriage full of sleeping cats. There are two other rooms decorated with overhead walkways for cats, toy cases mounted perpendicularly on walls, and a few wooden chairs for tired visitors.
There are about 50 different cats and normally about 12 to 16 cats on duty at any particular time. After you’ve paid your entry fee there’s no time limit other than your own bladder and watch out, there’s no bathroom inside the facility, and no reentry either. You will be relaxed with super cute cats! Interesting? Please check it out!
700yen(adults) 500yen(kids) 300yen (between 2years to 6years old)