New sleep cafe opens in Japan, offers free coffee and luxurious naps to visitors

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Now you can nap in a $9,000 bed and enjoy mood lighting and soothing music with your coffee for a limited time in Tokyo.

Japan is never short of ideas when it comes to new themes for restaurants and cafes. So far, we’ve seen amazing eateries styled as elementary school classrooms, fairytale Disney settings, and historic inns loved by samurai, but now there’s a new place that promises to take visitors away to another world, and this time the destination is the world of sleep.

It’s all part of a new collaboration between Nescafe and France Bed to help mark World Sleep Day, which is held on the Friday before the March Equinox every year. The limited-time cafe has opened up at Nescafe Harajuku, which has transformed its premises into a dimly lit wonderland for the event, with a total of ten electronic reclining beds from France Bed for customers to try.