Japan is probably the most industrious , hardworking country that has been built up brick by brick in the face of every adversity , so they definitely need to take a break once in a while. Alongside the numerous, weirdly delightful themed cafes situated in Tokyo is the Nescafe Harajuku which has been renovated it’s space to transport all those stressful souls to a peaceful slumber after a hearty meal.
Nescafe Harajuku has temporarily been transformed into a cozy respite for anyone in need of a quick snooze. From now through March 26, the coffee shop will serve as a sleep zone outfitted with 10 electronic reclining beds that otherwise might cost you 9000$.
Customers must order at least one food item in order to score a two-hour naptime They are promised a cup of complimentary decaf before settling into one of the beds, each of which are outfitted with customizable lighting and Sony Walkmans loaded with “romantic sax” music and headphones to help them drift off. Upon emerging from their slumber, they’ll be served a cup of regular coffee before venturing back into hectic city life. What a nice way to recharge and rejuvenate yourself to keep you going ? Tokyo is doing it right!