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08/26/2011 11:56 AM ID: 90653 Permalink   

Baby Cafe in Tokyo Allows Only Customers With Children

 

In the Omotesando neighborhood of Tokyo, there is a cafe in which customers are only allowed in if they have a child with them. The Baby Cafe gives children the freedom they need.

They are allowed to run and play while their parents can chat and have a look at their toddlers via monitors.

The design concept features everything in a children and a parent version: small and big chairs and windows, and even lightbulbs in two different sizes. The cafe was designed by Oki Sato of the Nendo design studio.

 
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  pretty cool  
 
except alot of babys probably not going to be born in japan since the fukushima radiation is gonna be deforming/killing unborn kids..1oo times worse than Chernobyl...
 
  by: EPICREPORTER   08/27/2011 06:25 AM     
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Gotta commend the Japanese for their bravery in attempting new and sometimes ´out there´ business concepts.
 
  by: velger   08/27/2011 07:07 PM     
  there is something similar here  
 
there is a Cafe here that is similar, part Cafe part kids jungle gym. Don´t know if you have to have a kid to go in, but cant see why you would if you didn´t. Very Noisy as you´d imagine, maybe Japanese kids are quieter?
 
  by: veya_victaous     08/29/2011 12:30 AM     
  @epic  
 
http://www.timesonline.co.uk/...

Actually Chernobyl was exaggerated, Now I normally support Greenpeace but I disagree with them trying to keep the death toll at the predicted since it is 25 years on and the toll has not reached anything near what was predicted. that 1 million deaths predicted has actually never occurred, the toll has really only been 4000 to 5000. The Human body is far more resilient than was feared. And the levels of deformation in babies are nothing compared to those Vietnamese communities affected by Agent Orange.
 
  by: veya_victaous     08/29/2011 12:37 AM     
 
 
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