A 10-minute snooze costs about $1.50. 

Some pretty sketchy establishments have come out of Japan - there are "love hotels" where rooms can be rented hourly, and a "cuddle cafe" for sleeping next to women.

But Corne Nap Cafe in Tokyo is an entirely innocent operation with a strict females-only policy. The cafe, which charges 150 yen ($1.50) for ten minutes, provides a cozy hideout for women in need of some midday zzz’s. There's also WiFi,  a make-up and changing room, a kitchen and restroom, as well as food and beverages.


(h/t DesignTaxi

All images via Corne and its Facebook page

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