5 Popular Mameshiba Cafe in Japan – The lovely figure makes you happy 💗

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In Japan, there are various cafes such as cat cafes, hedgehog cafes, small animal cafes and reptile cafes.

Among them, Mameshiba cafe is popular!

It’s scattered all over the country, but there are 5 popular cafes. Let me introduce you!



Azukishiba-no-Sato @Akihabara

This cafe opened in Akihabara, Tokyo in 2019.

This is a cafe where you can meet the world’s smallest Shiba-inu “Azukishiba" and “Mameshiba" “Minimal mameshiba".

So, what kind of Mameshiba can we see?

There are more than 10 Mameshiba in the cafe. They come running to us, take a nap, and enjoy themselves freely.

Please read the shop instructions carefully, follow the rules and interact with Mameshiba.

Admission is 1,100 yen for adults (13 years or older), 880 yen for children (4 to 12 years old), and free for children under 3.

It comes with one drink, so choose your favorite from the menu of the vending machine and have a relaxing time with a drink in hand.

You can’t enter and make a reservation when the tickets are sold out, so let’s go when you have time. You can check the congestion and waiting time on SNS.

 

For more information

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Mameshiba Cafe @Harajyuku

This is a cafe located in Tokyo Harajuku that is popular among young people.

As an affiliated shop, this cafe also runs a cafe called “owl forest" where you can touch owls.

Inside the cafe, you take off your shoes and enter the tatami mat.

There are some brown and black Mameshiba. You can’t hold them in your arms, so please stroke them gently. You will be healed by a cute fluffy dogs.(●ˇ∀ˇ●)

You can play with Mameshiba for 30 minutes. Time will pass quickly, but you will be healed by a special experience even for a short time.

Admission is 880 yen for adults (13 years or older) and 680 yen for children (6 to 12 years old) per 30 minutes. Children 0 ~ 5 years old cannot enter. One drink is included.

 

For more information

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Mameshiba Cafe @Kamakura

It is a cafe on Komachi-dori Street in Kamakura, which is in the same group as the one in Harajuku.

The difference from Harajuku shop is that the floor is wooden. There is a traditional Japanese chabudai in the cafe.

Mameshiba hiding under the TV stand, one chasing the staff, one lying on the cushion…Just looking at it heals you.

If you touch the fluffy Mameshiba, you will forget the time.♡

The fee is 880 yen for adults (13 years or older) and 680 yen for children (6 to 12 years old) per 30 minutes. One drink is included.

 

For more information

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Mameshiba Cafe @Kyoto

There is Mameshiba Cafe in the historical sightseeing city Kyoto.

This cafe belongs to the same group as the Harajuku and Kamakura shops, and the system and price are almost the same.

At the entrance, many Mameshiba goods such as stuffed animals and key chains are sold. It is good not to get bored while waiting. You must be excited before you enter.

There are always 5 ~ 6 Mameshiba in the cafe.

They are familiar with the staff but may be shy with strangers. When they approach, stroke them little by little. Once they get used to you, they will sit on your knees.♪

The location of the cafe is close to Kawaramachi Station of Hankyu Railway, so you can get there without getting lost.

 

For more information

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Mameshiba Cafe @Fukuoka

There is also a Mameshiba Cafe in Fukuoka, a big city in the south of Japan.

When you finish the reception and open the door, energetic Mameshiba will welcome you. There are many Mameshiba in the back, and your excitement will not stop.

After taking off your shoes, let’s go over the fence and go inside. Don’t forget to disinfect your hands before entering.

They are all very cute.♥ There are different personalities, some are naughty and others are quiet.

The price is 880 yen for adults and 680 yen for children with one drink. You can enjoy it for 30 minutes.

 

For more information

Website



How was it?

In fact, Mameshiba is not a breed of dog, but a small-sized Shiba-inu is called Mameshiba. It is the same as calling a small poodle a tea cup poodle.

The color of the hair is black, brown, white and red.

Shiba-inu is called by different names depending on the size of an adult. In order of size, Shiba-inu > Mameshiba > Minimal mameshiba > Azukishiba.

Before meeting Mameshiba, you should learn a lot and you will enjoy it more!

#mameshiba  #shibainu  #animals  #cute

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