Customers are flocking to a specialty café in Shanghai for its forward-thinking business model that provides employment to disabled employees.
Community members of Tarzana, Los Angeles have chipped in to help the struggling VIP’s Cafe, the favorite cafe of the late legendary UCLA coach John Wooden, during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The mom and pop cafe, owned by Paul and Lucy Ma, is struggling to pay their staff and rent since it reopened on May 11 after shutting their doors in March due to the COVID-19 lockdown orders, LA Weekly reported.
A cafe inspired by Hayao Miyazaki’s classic anime film “My Neighbor Totoro” is set to enchant customers in Vancouver, Canada.
Called the “Catoro Cafe,” the Totoro-themed cat cafe will reportedly be similar to the “Temari No Ouchi Cat Cafe” in Japan when it opens sometime this spring.
A cafe with an all-robot staff controlled by paralyzed people has opened in Tokyo.
The cafe, called Dawn ver.β, held its ribbon cutting ceremony on Nov. 26.
An Instagram-worthy cafe in South Korea, which lets customers feel like they are inside a cartoon, has impressed a lot of netizens after images of the coffee shop went viral recently.
Kid Mai Death Cafe, near the Bangkok Mass Transit System on Aree Soi 1 in Thailand, is a great place for people who want to check out morbid themes that center mostly around death and funerals.
The establishment offers a very unique experience to its customers.
Themed cafes are becoming a trend in many countries, and in South Korea, there is apparently one that is super random – it features real live sheep!
Yes, you read that right. The place, which is located in Hongdae, Seoul, South Korea, is called Thanks Nature Cafe.
Naturalia Café has made headlines for its unique rules for its staff members’ appearance, demanding a natural aesthetic for each employee.
The owners of the cafe were inspired to create their brand after becoming disillusioned with the cabaret and cafe scene in Sapporo. “Although there are beautiful girls [in these establishments] indeed, [they have] blonde hair, [their] nails are gaudy, [and they’re always] smoking cigarettes,” said their crowdfunding page. They desired to see a more natural beauty in the cafe scene, but instead of looking tirelessly for such an establishment, they decided to form their own.
The Sailor Moon Café will once again open its doors in Japan this year as opening dates and venues have just been unveiled, and it usually doesn’t stay for long since these are limited-time offerings.
Fortunately for fans of the series, they will finally get a chance to visit the Sailor Moon café starting on September 22 to October 29 in Tokyo. Fans in Osaka and Nagoya also get their share of Sailor Moon goodies on September 28 to November 5, and September 29 to November 5, respectively.
A Singaporean man has set up a cafe business where everything — coffee, snacks, Wi-Fi and more — but time is free of charge.
Jonathan Ye founded Coffeemin, which combines “coffee” and “minutes,” soon after being shooed by a waitress while he watched a video on his phone in a New Zealand cafe.