Time Out says
Unlike some animal cafés, where the focus is more on the café aspect than the animals, Ms Bunny really puts the spotlight on the rabbits. The tiny café houses about 12 bunnies, along with a handful of hedgehogs. Although the bunnies are in cages, they all have 'off' times to ensure they don't get too stressed out, and you're only allowed to have one rabbit for 10 minutes at a time – staff carefully monitor this. There's quite the variety, both in breed and in character. Our bunny, which was described as very genki (energetic and cheerful), was hyperactive and preferred to roam around than quietly sit, unlike some of the others. Good on him, though. The rabbit treats (¥540) are a good investment, as it calms down even the feistiest ones down (for a second, that is). The ¥1,400 cover charge includes holding two different rabbits within 30 minutes. There’s even the possibility to take their superstar bunny Karumen out for a walk in Roppongi; ask staff for options. If you can’t get enough of the bunnies and would rather take care of one at home, don't worry: most of them are for sale as well.
Iwahori Bldg 3F, 6-7-2 Roppongi, Minato-ku
|Transport:||Roppongi Station (Hibiya, Oedo lines)|
|Opening hours:||11am-7pm daily (last entry 6pm)|