I also went to a bunny cafe for the first time. I'm not a big fan of cat cafes and such, as I always wonder if the animals are happy and well treated. The bunny cafe was very tiny and very relaxed- there's only room for about six people. The process is a bit different than a cat cafe. You can pick your rabbit from the cages (there's about twelve rabbits to choose from), and hold it for 30 minutes on your lap, on a blanket. The bunnies seem quite happy, even though they're a bit nervous at first they become really friendly after a bit. I held a baby rabbit with brownish, grey fur. He was so tiny. It's a very calm environment, the rabbits are well-taken care of and the staff very friendly. This particular cafe is located in Roppongi (of all places).
Speaking of which, daytime Roppongi is just as seedy as nighttime. I had the pleasure to be there around lunch time, and saw a woman being taken in a police car after stealing from Donki. Keeping it classy! However, I had the chance to eat a meal at the Tokyo American Club and ate the biggest piece of red velvet cake I had ever seen. America! Roppongi is like a different planet. I'm always relieved to come back to my little, local Setagaya area- although that red velvet cake was heavenly.
|This guy was adorable too|
|Rabbit close up|
|Red Velvet Cake|