With Bunny

Restaurants & Cafés


With an impressive five floors and an additional rooftop terrace, With Bunny is one of the largest animal cafes in town. Rather than just being your average rabbit cafe, it bills itself as a theme park and museum for educational experience, and wants you to engage and bond with the bunnies. You can choose one bunny per person, but if you’re a die-hard bunny-lover, you can ask to switch after a while. There is a range of different courses, from 30 minutes to 2 hours (from ¥2,480, one drink incl). Be warned though: the various add-ons can make it quite a pricey endeavour, and if you're after a more full-on experience (including taking them out for a walk on the rooftop), expect your bill to rack up - quickly.

So yes, the prices are a bit steep, we know. But instead of going to cramped and cheap animal cafes, why not go to a place which actually takes good care of them? Happy rabbits make happy customers, too. And with 26 bunnies hopping around, you're sure to get the most out of your bunny quality time.



1-7-1 Hanakawado, Taito-ku

Transport Asakusa Station (Tobu Skytree, Toei Asakusa, Tokyo Metro Ginza lines)

Telephone 03-5827-8229

Open 12pm-7pm daily


Please note: All information is correct at the time of writing but is subject to change without notice.

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