New sleep and cuddle cafe opens in Japan

Japan's new cuddle and sleep cafe 
By: Devansh Dutt 

For those people looking to cuddle with someone while sleeping, they can now just walk into a store to get what they want, according to reports.

There is a new snuggle store in Japan, where customers pay women to sleep with them, just sleeping.

Soineya from Tokyo, described it as a "co-sleeping shop," where customers who are tired, can drop by with some money to get some sleep with a pretty woman.

The workshop aims to offer its customers "simple comfort and definitive sleep next to someone" without having sex.

It turns out that customers are willing to pay a high price for a nap and a hug.

Prices start at 3,000 yen or about $38 for 20 minutes. One hour costs 6000 yen or about $77, and customers who need some serious sleep can get 10 hours for 50,000 yen, or a whopping $640.

Soineya charges an additional fee for customers who want to choose the woman to bed, according to reports.

Optional extras include a pat on the head, eye to eye contact and foot massages, and the price doubles if the client wants to give, not receive a massage.