- Titus Low, a Singapore-based influencer who sparked controversy for producing NSFW content on OnlyFans, opened a cafe business on Tuesday.
- Only Creamery, located in Singapore’s Chinatown, is currently serving 18 flavors of handcrafted gelato, along with pastries, coffee, tea and other beverages.
- Low, who co-founded the business with three other people, said he has been working on it for the past few months.
- The 22-year-old was arrested for his OnlyFans content in late December and is currently out on bail.
Singaporean influencer Titus Low, who has sparked controversy for producing NSFW content on OnlyFans, launched a cafe business called Only Creamery this week.
Low, 22, first made headlines in late December after being arrested for “transmitting obscene materials” in Singapore. The country’s penal code makes it illegal to transmit any obscene materials by electronic means or to take part in or receive profits from any business where such materials are transmitted.
Potterheads will get to sip on ‘Herbivicus’ cocktails at official Harry Potter cafe opening in Tokyo
- An official “Harry Potter” cafe is opening in Tokyo, and it will be offering fans a plethora of themed food menus, beverages and Hogwarts-inspired decor.
- Menu items will include sandwiches, fruit-flavored drinks and desserts with the choice of Gryffindor, Slytherin, Hufflepuff or Ravenclaw themes.
- The cafe is expected to have its soft opening from June 17 to July 7, and is located on the first floor of the Akasaka Biz Tower.
To celebrate the success of the Harry Potter IP in the Japanese market, an official Harry Potter cafe is opening in Tokyo featuring wizard-themed food menus and souvenirs.
Located on the first floor of the Akasaka Biz Tower, the cafe will be holding its soft opening from June 17 to July 7. The cafe’s website recommends that patrons arrive with advanced reservations to obtain priority entry.
- A dish offered at the official Kirby Cafés in Japan has elicited laughter online for its name’s unfortunate English translation, “Waddle Dee’s Fried Balls.”
- The dish is made of tiny pizza dough balls with cajun spices and maple syrup.
- The name is in reference to the story of Kirby and a group of Waddle Dees opening a restaurant without any cooking knowledge.
Internet users were left amused by the name of a dish on Japan’s official Kirby Cafés’ menus called “Waddle Dee’s Fried Balls.”
The dish was named after the story about the video game characters Kirby and a group of Waddle Dees that open a restaurant. Since they are unable to cook anything, the characters enlist Chef Kawasaki, and the Waddle Dees help to roll the pizza dough.
- Located in the district of Koenji in Tokyo, Manuscript Writing Cafe helps customers create goals so they can meet their deadlines.
- The cafe only takes in people who are focused on “manuscript writing,” which includes copywriting, translation work, paper writing, screenplay writing and manga drawing, among others.
- Customers can choose between “mild,” “normal” or “hard” progress checks to determine how often cafe employees or the cafe’s manager verbally hold them accountable.
- Writers are not allowed to leave the cafe until they have accomplished their goals.
A new writing cafe in Tokyo is using verbal pressure and progress checks to help its customers meet their deadlines before they’re allowed to leave.
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.