A piglet cafe just opened in Tokyo and it's adorable

May 3 2019, 6:02 pm

One activity unique to Asian culture and Japan is the number of animal cafes where you can meet, touch, and play with adorable animals.

Some of the most popular in Tokyo include the Owl Cafe where you can touch and take photographs with owls and the Hedgehog Cafe where you can watch, touch, and play with the little creatures.

Most animal cafes either charge a small entrance fee or require all visitors to purchase a drink. It is definitely a unique experience for tourists.

Tokyo’s newest addition to its bourgeoning animal cafe scene is a piglet cafe.

Because who hasn’t dreamed of eating like a pig, with actual pigs!?

 

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Located at 4-11-3, Meguro-ku in Tokyo, Mipig Café is Japan’s first micro pig cafe.

 

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The four-storey space will include a café where you can order drinks and sweets, a playroom to play with your new friends, and an office space and terrace. All interspersed with cute little piggies, who are welcome to enjoy your snacks with you if you so choose.

 

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The micro pigs at Mipig are not a breed of pigs, but are baby pigs who will grow up and get bigger.

 

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Visitors to Mipig Café will be charged 800 yen for the first 30 minutes, and every 30 minutes following will cost 500 yen.

 

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So who’s ready to go get a #pigletselfie!? Share your best animal selfies with us using #dailyhivemapped

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