Feather Tea: Japanese Cafe Full Of Domesticated Owls

January 5, 2015

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Fukuro no Mise is a cafe in Tsukishima, Japan, with a bunch of domesticated owls that patrons can interact with (have sit on own hand/shoulder, take pictures with). It's extremely popular though, so you have to get in line before they open, pay 2,000 (~$17), then come back at your call time and you get to hang out with the owls for an hour. Will one choose you to accompany you to Hogwarts?! No, you are not a wizard. And definitely not a Gryffindor like you pretend to be. Be honest -- how many times did you have to change your answers on that Buzzfeed quiz before you finally got something other than Hufflepuff? I'm a Ravenclaw. Jk jk, I'm coleslaw.

Keep going for several more pictures of one of my dream worlds.

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Thanks to Stephanie A, who has never interacted with an owl before but was forced to play pink flamingo mallet croquet with the Queen of Hearts once.

  • Drae

    but ... but mahalo isn't hawaiien ?

  • linda lombardi

    Hey guys, how about linking to the original source of all of these images?
    http://www.tofugu.com/trave...

  • MustacheHam

    ,__,
    [*v*] <(Just don't allow us to drink the coffee)
    /)_)
    -"--"-

  • shashi
  • Meh

    This is awesome xD

  • Jenness

    They call it a Cafe - as in people eat in a place where flying creatures drop excrement everywhere. Hmm. Yum?

  • disqus_k2QxOV9H7Z

    Would you want some milk with that? http://www.deviantart.com/a...

  • ODwanKenObi

    "Please be generous when they potty on you." like spread it around to the other patrons?

  • shashi

    "Enjoy only by touching and taking pictures" So no licking?

  • Brent Turcotte

    pretty sure it means dont be an ass and backhand the bird, be generous , complement it . what a good owl, did you take a good shit. pets the owl. then hands it to a nemisis. here he has a gift for you too.

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