A restaurant in Tokyo, Japan recently launched a new service, plush toy Moomin for your company
Japanese restaurant placed huge plush toy 'Moomin' opposite single diners According to a report by the British 'Daily Mail' on April 29, a restaurant in Tokyo, Japan recently launched a new service, placing a huge single customer across the table Stuffed plush toys Moomin (Moomin) to reduce their embarrassment. The restaurant is called 'Moomin Coffee House'. In order to reduce the embarrassment of single customers, the restaurant staff will place huge plush toys on the opposite side of the table. The restaurant said that by providing the opportunity to dine with Moomin toys, it can alleviate the uncomfortable feeling of single customers. Moomin was created by the famous Finnish illustrator Tove Jansson, and the copyright was bought by Japan. Janssen’s Moomin books have been translated into 44 languages, and 15 million copies have been sold worldwide. Janssen’s first book was published in 1945 and was called Moomin and Food. Janssen died in the summer of 2001 at the age of 87. These books have been adapted into TV series, TV series, and even have theme parks. Many dishes in 'Moomin Coffee House' are inspired by Moomin. 'Moomin Coffee House' has recently opened a branch in New York, and it is still unclear whether it will settle in the UK.