Japan, a country that seems be obsessed with tiny adorable animals, is now home to Harry, the world's first hedgehog cafe. (To be clear, Harry is the name of the cafe, not a hedgehog.) That's right, if you are in Japan, you can chose from cat cafes, owl cafes, dog cafes, reptile cafes—and now, hedgehog cafes. You should probably make your decision based on what kind of allergens you like floating around in the air. Located in the Roppongi district of Tokyo, Harry allows guests to pet, hug, cuddle and play with these spiky little creatures at the rate of 1,000 yen (about nine bucks) an hour.
So far, Harry has been a huge hit. People are coming from all over the world to meet the hedgehogs. Even though their exterior may be prickly, it would seem that their personalities are not. Harry employee Mizuki Murata told the South China Morning Post: