The era of chairs and tables has just become so passé but why do I say so? Tokyo has now brought about revolution-sorts by introducing hammocks in its first-of-a-kind Hammock Café. The café is called Mahika Mano and is known as a popular Tokyo venue which is called as the Hammock Café by its regular visitors. The whole outlook of this café is different as it does not have sofas and chairs as part of its seating arrangement. You can relax and lie down while sipping your coffee or tasting eclectic Japanese cuisine with your friends and relatives.
Have a look at the pictures that we have put up with you and you will see that the café looks very different from a general café that is found almost anywhere. It is located in the Kichijoji district of Tokyo that is known for its hip and chilled out atmosphere. If you look at the café from inside, you see that it has hammocks hanging from the ceiling which enable you to sit, relax or lie down. Hammocks installed in the café are very comfortable to sit in and are of different colours adding colour and glamour to the place.
Attracting people’s attention more than any other place, the Hammock café stays busy at all hours of the day. If you go there for the first time, you might even feel that there is some free service going on because of which so many people have come. There are times when you have to wait in a queue to grab hammocks. To ease out a little for fellow people who want to sit here, this café has implemented a time limit of 90 to 120 minutes so that you don’t stick around for a longer time and that other people also get a chance to literally hang-out in the hammocks. Whether the policy is implemented or not depends on how occupant the café is. The café also doubles up as a showroom for a company named Hammock 2000 where you can try, relax out and buy hammocks if you like them. Promotion and chill-out time, it’s a win situation from both ends.