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Soineya Cafe Lets You Cuddle with Women for a Fee

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Leave it to Japan to come up with something like Soineya. It’s the newest cafe in town and it’s probably the only of its kind in the world. That’s because instead of offering juice or coffee or sandwiches, Soineya serves up hugs and cuddles instead.

Soineya Cuddle CafeYep, you read that right. In Soineya, customers pay to hug, spoon, or sleep (in bed) with some random woman who they just met. Obviously it isn’t the same as getting hugged by someone you care for (and who cares for you, too) but if you’ve got no one, then at least the women at Soineya will be there for you.

Check out the offerings on their ‘menu’:

Admission fee: 3,000 yen

Standard Course

  • 20 min – 3,000 yen
  • 40 min – 5,000 yen (only 3,000 yen for first time visitors)
  • 60 min – 6,000 yen
  • “Shimei-ryo” (fee to pick the girl you want to sleep with) – 1,000 yen + 500 yen per hour

Optional Course

  • Customer sleeps in girl’s arm (3 min) – 1,000 yen
  • Girl pats customer on the back (3 min) – 1,000 yen
  • Customer pets girl on the head (3 min) – 1,000 yen
  • Customer and girl stare at each other (1 min) – 1,000 yen
  • Girl changes clothes (1 time) – 1,000 yen
  • Girl gives customer foot massage (3 min) – 1,000 yen
  • Customer gives girl foot massage (3 min) – 2,000 yen
  • Customer sleeps with head on girl’s lap (3 min) – 1,000 yen
  • Girl sleeps with head on customer’s lap (3 min) – 2,000 yen

[via Japan Today via Geekologie]



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