We know due to the Covid-19 pandemic, all our travel plans have been put on hold. BUT, hey, you can always dream and plan ahead. Now, follow me on an imaginary trip. The Covid-19 threat is finally over and travel bans have been lifted. In this situation, we’re not saying you can go to this inn in Japan, we’re saying YOU MUST visit this inn in Japan.
Why you ask?
ONE WORD. CATS!
Auberge HASEBE is an inn located in Shizuoka Prefecture of Japan. What’s special about this inn is that it’s a heaven for catto lovers. Twitter user @matsujun13 shared her experience and unsurprisingly, she loved it. You can play with the cats while you’re enjoying your dinner and you can even stay the night there. If you’re lucky, the cats would even come to your bed and sleep with you.
“The cats have been raised lovingly and live peacefully in the inn. A former French chef is in charge of the food so the food was certainly delicious!”
Imagine her delight when she woke up to a cute cat curled up sleeping soundly beside her!
The customer also revealed that the cats even guided her to her room and bathroom. She shared pictures of her meal there and we’d daresay the meal looks delicious.
The standard rate for a one-night stay and 2 meal courses costs 15,000 JPY (RM611).
If you are so tempted to travel to this inn right away to cuddle with these adorable cats, you know what to do. Stay home and obey all necessary SOPs so that this pandemic can be battled.
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