Women-Only Nap Bar Opens Doors In Tokyo

Nap Cafe Corne, Tokyo

Everything seems to be possible in Tokyo, especially when it involves taking a nap. The most peculiar initiatives have been set up in the Japanese capital to help the Tokyoites to get some rest. We all know the capsule hotels that offer ultra-tiny sleeping cabins, but this is the first time we see a nap bar. Located in Tokyo’s Chiyoda-ku neighborhood, the recently opened Nap Cafe Corne is a women-only bar where busy women can rent a place to take a power nap.

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  • Life Is So Much Better Without A Washing Machine

    Hello by Fagor

    There are not many options when you have no washing machine at home. You either have this special someone who kindly lets you do your laundry at his or her place. Or, as most other people are doomed to put up with, you have to use a laundromat and pop in some coins you would rather spend on a beer or two. A less expensive and much more convenient alternative that will get you through the washing nightmare is the peer-to-peer laundry service Hello by Fagor.

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  • Grocery Store Pops Up On Seoul Metro Train

    Seoul metro grocery store

    In Seoul, commuters can buy their daily groceries while traveling from work to home. A full-service grocery store has popped up in one of the metro trains in the South Korean capital. The metro grocery store is an interesting effort to make life more comfortable for those who have to spend too much time in public transport.

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    Your Neighbor’s Living Room Is Your New Office!


    In april a new way of working was introduced in Amsterdam. Huiskamerkantoor (Living Room Office) is a new marketplace that enables users to turn their living rooms into co-working spots. The platform offers a great alternative to expensive office spaces or stylish macchiatos in the coffee bar, but above all Huiskamerkantoor introduces a new perspective on working together, meeting people, creating networks and sharing space. The living room is the new office! We spoke to Misha Velthuis, the man behind the new co-working platform.

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