The world’s first cat cafe train has opened in Japan, and it’s as amazing as it sounds

You’ve heard of Japan’s cat cafes? Try a cat cafe train. In Japan’s Gifu prefecture, the world’s first such mobile feline restaurant was unveiled, to the delight of the Internet and the world’s cat fans.

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Tickets were sold out in one day for the train ride on the Yoro Railway between Ogaki and Ikeno stations. A ticket, with all of the amenities, was about $27. Proceeds from the sales went to a local cat sanctuary.

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On the menu for the Sunday, Sept. 10 event included a bento box lunch and sweets. The internet made it very clear that they would all be up for flying to Japan if only to experience the train.

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