Japan never stops (neither fails) to surprise the world with its customs and arts. Plus, it’s no big deal for them to overwhelm the human species anymore. Besides, they have moved on to the cats’ kinds to get some sympathy from nature (lol). Anyway, Catto adorers (probably you) should note to visit Japan and head over to Nyan Nyan Ji (literally meaning Meow Meow Cat Shrine when translated into English), which resides in Kyoto.
If your brain doesn’t think of a place full of cats after holding Meow Meow Shrine, then you should 100% criticized yourself for calling out cat’s fan. Because Meow Meow Cat Shrine is full of cats, and the place has a Catto monk with several cats’ assistants. Literally, how cool is that! It’s heaven and so blissful to tour such a tranquil area. Scroll down below to see it right now, right here!
If you ever decide to tour Kyoto, Japan, make sure you visit The Meow Meow Cat Shrine:
Meet Koyuki, the only sweetest monk of the cat shrine. According to her owner, Koyuki loves spending time with her ‘worshipers’ (yeah, you heard it right).
‘Toru Kaya’ is the person (and well-known painter of “shrines and temples”) behind The Meow Meow Shrine. Inside the shrine, you can also have food and drinks that are appropriate, and obviously, cat-themed.
As Koyuki is the cutest monk of the cat shrine, she believably is the most famous feline at the temple.
Though you may be wondering that, The Meow Meow Cat Shrine just came-out recently, but there have been three generations of feline monks already. In the year 2016, the first feline monk sat on the throne of the cat shrine to spread the message of peace and love among the cats and humans, and it’s working out pretty well!
Koyuki isn’t the cat ruling over the cat shrine. I admit that Koyuki is the only monk, but for the cats’ lovers, her assistants are also cute and worth your attention.
For those of you who’re booking a ticket to visit the Meow-Meow Cat Shrine right away, here’s the address – 520 Yasekonoecho, Sakyo-Ku, Kyoto 601-1253, Kyoto Prefecture, Japan. If you do visit the cat shrine, don’t forget to tag us on social media and comment on your experience beneath this post.
There is a store inside the cat temple, and you can also order food (perfectly cat-themed) at the cafe.
Here’s what people say about the cat shrine: