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A cafe in Japan offer the tourist to dine with dangerous and poisonous snakes

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A cafe in Japan offer the tourist to dine with dangerous and poisonous snakes  A cafe in Japan offer the tourist to dine with dangerous and poisonous snakes

News24xx.com - Japan may be known for its futuristic culture, habits and technology. But this one is probably not be a favorite tourist spot for everyone.

After a cat cafe, dog, and owl, now a snake cafe becomes viral in Japan.


Snake lovers or those who try to conquer the fear of snakes can spend 1,000 Japanese yen (£ 6.53) to mix with the reptiles.

Tokyo Snake Central lets you enjoy a glass of juice while holding a snake, if you want.


The cafe at Shibuya has a snake decor and theme that suits the food because they offer sausage with a snake tongue (do not worry, his tongue just cut the tomato slice). Cafe pipe even covered with snake skin wallpaper.

Hisamitsukaneko opened the cafe because of his love for reptiles.

He wants to eliminate the reputation a snake as a dangerous reptile and hopes that poisonous and non-venomous snakes will let people to see them as fun and friendly creatures.

This cafe offers 35 snakes from 20 different species. Some of the popular ones include Trans-Pecos rat snakes, forest python jungle snakes, corn snakes, python balls, Brazilian rainbow boa, Honduran milk snakes, San Francisco garrison snakes and Baron green racers.


The snake is kept in a transparent box and at an additional cost you can snap a snake in your lap.

The latest animal cafe has become a favorite destination for tourists, one of them leaving a review on TripAdvisor saying: 'We have one super hyper and very entertaining snake to watch!


'Also for about $ 5 (£ 3.70) more you can hold a snake. I would highly recommend it. I've been hugging a snake on my shoulder, but this is much better. One of the most gracious snakes that surprised me. "

 

 

 

 

 

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