A unique cafe in Japan offers a one-of-a-kind service designed for procrastinators where staff check in on your to make sure you're getting your work done
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Inside the ‘anti-procrastination’ café where staff check on you every HOUR to make sure you get work done (and you can’t leave until you do)

  • A cafe in Japan is going viral online for its unique concept for procrastinators
  • Manuscript Writing Cafe only lets people in if they have a task to complete
  • Staff check in on patrons hourly and only let them leave when their work is done
  • The cafe provides guests with unlimited snacks, coffee, tea and high speed wifi

A quirky cafe in Japan is offering a unique service designed for procrastinating patrons on a deadline where staff check on you hourly and won’t let you leave until you’ve finished your work. 

Manuscript Writing Cafe in Tokyo has ten separate work stations and only lets people leave when they’ve finished their work. 

Staff check on guests multiple times an hour with free snacks to make sure they’re still working and provide unlimited tea, coffee, water and high-speed wifi. 

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A unique cafe in Japan offers a one-of-a-kind service designed for procrastinators where staff check in on your to make sure you're getting your work done

A unique cafe in Japan offers a one-of-a-kind service designed for procrastinators where staff check in on your to make sure you’re getting your work done

Manuscript Writing Cafe in Tokyo has ten separate work stations and only lets people leave when they've finished their work

Manuscript Writing Cafe in Tokyo has ten separate work stations and only lets people leave when they’ve finished their work

Staff check on guests multiple times an hour with free snacks to make sure they're still working and provide unlimited tea, coffee, water and high-speed wifi

Staff check on guests multiple times an hour with free snacks to make sure they’re still working and provide unlimited tea, coffee, water and high-speed wifi

The one-of-a-kind cafe is in the city’s Koenji neighborhood and has become a hot spot for local writers, editors, artists, proofreaders and video producers. 

It only allows people in if they have work to do and charges 150 Japanese yen which is equivalent to $1.15AU for the first half an hour then 300 an hour after that. 

Upon entering the venue, guests are given a card to fill out detailing what they aim to get done and receive a stamp once they’ve completed their tasks allowing them to leave. 

It only allows people in if they have work to do and charges 150 Japanese yen which is equivalent to $1.15AU for the first half an hour then 300 an hour after that

It only allows people in if they have work to do and charges 150 Japanese yen which is equivalent to $1.15AU for the first half an hour then 300 an hour after that

Upon entering the venue, guests are given a card to fill out detailing what they aim to get done and receive a stamp once they've completed their tasks allowing them to leave

Upon entering the venue, guests are given a card to fill out detailing what they aim to get done and receive a stamp once they’ve completed their tasks allowing them to leave

The one-of-a-kind cafe is in the city's Koenji neighborhood and has become a hot spot for local writers, editors, artists, proofreaders and video producers

The one-of-a-kind cafe is in the city’s Koenji neighborhood and has become a hot spot for local writers, editors, artists, proofreaders and video producers

A travel blogger known as Leanne in Japan recently went viral after posting a video of her visit. 

‘You have to tell them what you’ll be working on then they’ll check on you up to six times an hour to make sure you’re not slacking off and each time they stop by they’ll bring you unlimited free snacks,’ she said in the now-viral clip. 

‘When you’re done your work, they’ll give you an orange stamp, letting you know you’re now free to go.’ 

Her video has more than 618,900 with hundreds of comments from viewers intrigued by the unconventional concept. 

A travel blogger known as Leanne in Japan recently went viral on TikTok after posting a video of her visit

'You have to tell them what you'll be working on then they'll check on you up to six times an hour to make sure you're not slacking off,' she said in the clip

A travel blogger known as Leanne in Japan recently went viral on TikTok after posting a video of her visit 

‘I actually really need this because my procrastination is severe,’ one person said. 

‘I’ll go later,’ a second joked while another wrote: ‘I guess I’m bringing a sleeping bag’. 

‘Kindness and torture at the same time,’ laughed a fourth.  

In the comments Leanne said only go to Manuscript Cafe if ‘you’re prepared to work’ and the staff are ‘super kind and motivating’. 

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