The very first thigh-themed restaurant just opened in Tokyo, Japan, and no, we’re not talking about chicken legs or thighs.
Inspired by the works of renowned Japanese photographer, Yuria, customers can now enjoy eating their meal while staring at women’s thighs.
“The entire cafe will be colored by the world of thighs,” as promised by the organizers of World of Thighs Photography Cafe, according to SoraNews24.
The thighs featured on the restaurant’s menu will come from Yuria’s existing portfolio, which can often be seen in exhibitions that the Japanese photographer has organized in the past. But there are reportedly never-before-seen pictures posted in the cafe taken from the artist’s most recent shoot in Guam.
It is still unclear how much the food will cost, but the advance illustrations of the menu seem to suggest the prices may be reasonable. As posted on the official website and translated by SoraNews24, its loco moco, spaghetti and curry are all priced at 1,000 yen (around $9).
Not all walk-in customers can be accommodated, unfortunately. It is reported that only one-third of the seating in the cafe are available for walk-in diners. But for guaranteed seating, it’s highly advised to book an online reservation at Hot Pepper.
Besides food, the cafe also has a gift shop where other female thigh-related merchandise from Yuria are sold.
Here are the full details of the cafe:
World of Thighs Photography Cafe Tokyo / ふともも写真カフェTokyo
Address: Tokyo-to, Shibuya-ku, Ebisu Minami 1-7-8, New Life Ebisu 2nd floor
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