Wednesday, February 24, 2016

★Japanese Cat Caffe★Cat Island★Cat-related information in Japan★

【Cat Day】【Japanese Cat Cafe】【New Café Culture in Japan】【Cat Island】
Mew! Meow! Myao!
Since cats’ mewing sounds ‘Nyan’ in Japan and ‘Nyan’ sounds similar to the sound of 2, 22nd February is the Cat Day in Japan. On 22nd February, although Japanese people do not celebrate that much, they do talk about this topic a lot and share many cute cat photos through SNS such as Twitter and Facebook etc.

By the way, 8th August is the World Cat Day. 29th October is the Cat Day in the United States. 1st March is the Cat Day in Russia.

Recently, the Cat Café has been becoming very popular in Japan, for both local Japanese and foreign tourists. If you would love to enjoy some drinks with some cute cats, why don’t you visit this kind of Cat Café during your trip in Japan.

If you are near the Kanto region such as Tokyo etc., you may visit the following cat café:
http://www.konekono-heya.com/cafe/#kantou
If you are near the Kansai region such as Osaka and Kyoto etc, you may visit the following cat café:
http://www.konekono-heya.com/cafe/#kinki
If you are near the Hokkaido region, you may visit the following cat café:
http://www.konekono-heya.com/cafe/#hokkaido
If you are near the Kyushu region and Okinawa, you may visit the following cat café:
http://www.konekono-heya.com/cafe/#kyuusyuu
The following Cat Café has been becoming a very hot topic for foreign tourists, please check it out(Cat Cafe 浅草ねこ園・Cat Cafe Asakusa Nekoen):
http://asakusanekoen.com/index_english.html
↑If you visit this Cat Cafe, you can meet these cats:
http://asakusanekoen.com/cats.html

Another Hot topic about Cat in Japan is the 'Cat Island'. In this island,  you can see that cats are having a lot of freedom and you may be surrounded by many cats at the same time. In the following article, you can see many cute photos.

If you want to read this post in Chinese (both Traditional Chinese/ Simplified Chinese), please read the following post as well.
http://funfunsharetime.blogspot.jp/2016/03/blog-post_15.html

Thanks for reading! See you~