R.a.a.g.f. Rabbit Café is a specialty shop in Harajuku where you can play with the rabbits and even adopt one.
Although located in Shibuya, the nearest station to R.a.a.g.f. Rabbit Café is Meijijingumae or Harajuku Station. Reservation is not strictly required but it is strongly recommended because the place is really small and can only accommodate 5 to 6 guests at a time.
My friend and I just walked in and were lucky that it wasn’t full. We took our shoes off and took seats on the floor. The staff oriented us about the house rules. Basically, you can touch the rabbit but you cannot carry or cuddle them.
Only one rabbit is allowed to roam around the shop because if there’s too many of them, they would attempt to mate. It’s also recommended that you wash your hand before and after the interaction. After the rules explanation, we paid the entrance fee of 700 yen for 30 minutes with free drink.
You can buy food for the rabbit and feed them for an additional 150 yen. Rabbits only come to you when you have food. Such brats right?! You can also request to change rabbit after 15 minutes.
Each has its own personality. The first rabbit was excessively active and it was really difficult to take picture. The second rabbit was a bit scared at first but later got used to the guests.
There’s really nothing more you could do other than watching and feeding the rabbits. I enjoyed my time here though as they were all entertaining.
If you love bunnies, rabbits, usagi, or whatever you call them, I would recommend visiting this interesting place. And if you’re interested in adopting one, talk to one of the staffs. I believe it’s 25,000 yen each.
The shop is difficult to find without a map as it’s hidden away in a quiet street in Harajuku.
So, to get there, you can put this address to your Google Maps:
6 Chome-14-15 Jingūmae
Shibuya-ku, Tōkyō-to 150-0001
Or click this Map: R.a.a.g.f. Rabbit Café in Harajuku.