Japanese Inn That Has Cats EVERYWHERE is ‘Neko Atsume’ in Real Life

Japanese Inn That Has Cats EVERYWHERE is ‘Neko Atsume’ in Real Life
Bryan Ke
By Bryan Ke
May 19, 2020
A Japanese inn, resembling the 2014 mobile game “Neko Atsume,” is gaining much attention online for giving its customers a chance to bond with cats.
Auberge HASEBE, located in Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan, allows its feline tenants to spend time with their guests whether by eating or staying for the night at the inn, according to 9gag.
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Japanese Twitter user @matsujun5213 shared her wonderful experience at the inn and said the cats there were raised lovingly and reside in the inn peacefully. She said the cats would sometimes come to bed with the customers and sleep with them.
Aside from cats, customers can also expect delicious food prepared by a former French chef.
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The cats would also guide the guests to their rooms or the bathroom.
Those who are curious about staying at Auberge HASEBE can place their booking on their reservation page.
Price at Auberge HASEBE starts at 15,000 Japanese yen ($140) for its standard plan that comes with a one-night stay and two meal courses. Its most premium service, the Izu Sanmai, costs 24,000 Japanese yen ($223).
Feature Image via @matsujun5213
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