Reptile Café Opens in Shinjuku’s Kabukicho District

18.May.2018 | FOOD / SPOT

You’ve seen cat cafés and owl cafés―now introducing the newly opened reptile café Raputoru (‘reptile’) in Kabukicho, Shinjuku.

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Roll up to see over 100 snakes, as well as the giant tortoise, friendly monitor lizards, and a host of reptiles you’ve probably never seen before.

 

Here’s a small glimpse at some of the reptiles you can expect to see at the café.

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Ball Python

The café has around 70 ball pythons on display which customers are able to touch.

 

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Asian Water Monitor

The Asian water monitor inhabits locations across Asia. It’s a gentle and extremely smart lizard. You’ll be able to touch its head and body to feel the texture of its skin as well as feed it chicken.

 

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Green Iguana (Albino)

The albino green iguana―a very rare species.

 

 

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Aldabra Giant Tortoise

This splendid giant tortoise turns 33-years-old this year. He weighs 90kg and is undaunted by people riding him.

 

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This is a must-see for reptile lovers. Enjoy your time there with family and friends!

 

■Information

Reptile Café – Raputoru

Address: 2-17-10 Kabukicho, Shinjuku, Tokyo

Opening Hours:

[Monday/Wednesday/Friday] 4pm-9pm (Last Orders 8:30pm)

[Weekends] 2pm-9pm (Last Orders 8:30pm)

Closed: Tuesdays & Thursdays (except during national holidays))

TEL: 03-6912-9445

Website: https://reptiles-cafe.com/

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