Weird Cafes Around The World


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  1. SEVA CAFÉ in Ahmedabad, India

Indian Cafe has the slogan ‘’Living is Giving’’, therefore the strange fact is that there are no prices and you pay how much your heart desires.

               http://www.movedbylove.org/projects/sevacafe/

 

  1. WASH COFFE in Munchen, Germany

What is bizarre but ingenious at this café is that while you drink your coffee, you can wash also your laundry. In addition to this service, the owner made available wireless internet and a few TVs where you can watch movies.

http://wash-coffee.com/

 

  1. Café by Masamichi Katayama, 100% CHOCOLATE COFFEE, in Tokyo, Japan

This café is the chocolate lover’s heaven. With a unique design and hundreds of types of chocolate, the Japanese call it The Chocolate Library. It is very hard to get out of here, the temptation is very tempting, believe me!

            http://www.meiji.co.jp/sweets/choco-cafe/

 

  1. CALICO CAT CAFÉ SHINJYUKU, in Tokyo, Japan

At Cat Cafe Calico, visitors who either aren't allowed to have cats in their apartments or just love cats pay the equivalent of $7US/hour to pet and play with cats at this cafe. They get about 70 visitors a day during the week and as many as 150 on weekend days.

           http://www.catcafe.jp/

 

  1. BABOCHKI ANTICAFE, Moscow, Russia

The main idea is that people instead of paying for what they order, pay for the time they spend at the café. One minute at Babochki Anticafé costs only 1.5 Rubbles and an hour – 90 Rubbles, which is around 2 Euros, while the rest is free. A pretty cool concept!

          http://www.anticafebabochki.ru/

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