A Japanese 'Sleeping' Café For Working Women
Japan has a cafe that is specifically catered to working women for them to take naps and rejuvenate themselves during breaks
Called ‘Qusca Sleeping Café’, the café charges customers about US$1.50 (¥150) every 10 minutes for using its facilities.
Customers can choose to take power naps, grab a free snack or charge their mobile phones during their stay.
Although napping stations are not new in Japan, the Qusca Sleeping Café is one of the few places that offer different aspects of rest and comfort to working women.
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