Ginza Cats

Ginza Cats

Welcome to Ginza.

Time out in the busy city.

Time out in the busy city.

Everyone crowded around to get a snap.

Everyone crowded around to get a snap.

Just taking it easy on a busy weekend.

Just taking it easy on a busy weekend.

The King of Ginza.

The King of Ginza.

Looking down at the fans.

Looking down at the fans.

Cute.

Cute.

Who's down there?

Who's down there?

Tiger.

Tiger.

Plenty of fans taking photos for these cats.

Plenty of fans taking photos for these cats.

Enough rest, time to play now.

Enough rest, time to play now.

Hey, we want to go back up on the sign again.

Hey, we want to go back up on the sign again.

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  1. These cats are so cute! There are cats everywhere in Japan – in the parks, in alleys, on windowsills… And they’re all friendly and seem happy and well-fed. Though I’m sure lots of them are street cats.

    We saw some cats near the Metropolitan Building in Shinjuku. They were near some homeless guys, but they had little bowls of water and food, and were very curious about us. There were some in Ueno Park, some near Bentendo, about five different ones in an alley near our hotel in Himeji… there were heaps more, I can’t remember right now.

    Who owns these cats?