Hedgehog cafes are the new craze in Japan

Forget cat cafés, dog cafés or any other critter. Hedgehogs are the new favourite café companion in Tokyo.
The Tokyo café based in the Roppongi district is called Harry, which, according to Reuters is a play on the Japanese word for hedgehog.
For 1,000 yen, you can spend an hour with the 20 to 30 hedgehogs that reside in the café, where you can touch, carry and play with the hedgehogs.
According to the owner, Mizuki Murata, one of the best moments of snuggling with the animal is when it unfurls.
"The cutest thing about hedgehogs is getting them to finally open up and show you their face."
Tokyo already has a wide-variety of animal cafés, including cafés for rabbits, snakes, goats, dogs and owls.
Watch the hedgehog café in action in the video above.