PHOTO: Feeling sleepy? Japan has your back. (Photo via Flickr/wamde)
We normally go to the café to get rejuvenated, but Japan has an answer for those who want a boost of energy the most natural way possible.
RocketNews 24 (h/t Eater) reports Nescafe Harajuku is being turned into a napping café—the mere sound of which has us dozing off rather quickly. As noted, this is all thanks to World Sleep Day and takes place from now until March 26.
So if you’re in the area and could use more than a simple shot of espresso, head over to the Nescafe Harajuku and catch some sleep.
Look at how relaxed this lady looks.
There, you will have the opportunity to recline and enjoy one of 10 available beds. (The most expensive runs $9,000 in case you are absolutely smitten with your sleeping session.)
Now, the last time we napped around a bunch of people our own age during the day was back in kindergarten, but we can get behind an idea as amazing as this one.
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Now you aren’t just getting somewhere to flop. The report adds some fudge to this sundae: “Each bed will come with a smartphone-controlled Phillips ‘Hue’ light, set to ‘relax’ mode, and a Sony Hi-Res corresponding walkman and headphone set.”
Your nap will also get a coffee bookend of sorts. The entire experience, up to two hours, starts with some decaf. And then, when you wake up, you get a jolt of real java.
There doesn’t seem to be any information as to how you sign up or reserve a spot. But we like this idea so much, we will be at the nearest Starbucks, reclined on the floor.