Source: PR Times Social distancing cafe opens up in Tokyo 2020-05-18 Mon 2020-05-19 Tue Just recently, a Japanese cheerleaders bar announced that it would stay open despite encouraged stay-at-home protocol as a countermeasure to the spread of the coronavirus, employing a strict hygienic screening process. A newly opened cafe in Tokyo is embracing social distancing not just as a policy, but the establishment's entire theme. Fittingly, it's called Social Distancing Cafe Tokyo. Visitors to the cafe must wear a mask (except for when drinking) and must use hand sanitizer upon entering the cafe or leaving the rest room. The cafe says they are especially well-ventilated, and has all tables separated by a distance of two meters. Customers are also only allowed to speak when using the Zoom Room (which has free WiFi and electrical outlets). Despite being branded as a cafe, no food is served, and the Social Distancing Cafe is intended to be used a relaxing place to conduct work and hold Zoom meetings. The Social Distancing Cafe is located a minute's walk from Ikebukuro station, and offers plans of one hour (500 yen), five hours (1,000 yen), and one full day (2,000 yen). By - Big Neko. Tags: Cafe / coronavirus / Ikebukuro / Japan / social distancing / Tokyo grape Japan Latest Social distancing cafe opens up in Tokyo Related Article Shared kitchen space project in Japan gives restaurant entrepreneurs relief during pandemic Japanese Hot Spring Resort Now Offers Protein Shake Baths And Meat-Heavy Menu Japanese store Muji announces switch from PET bottles to aluminum cans Japanese Illustrator Turns Dogs And Cats Into The Most Adorable Noble Warriors Keep Track Of Your Schedule With The Neko Atsume Stackable Calendar Japanese High School Students Made An Awesome Theme Park Ride For Their School Festival!