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Japanese Hotel Offers 'Crying Rooms' For Women

| by Michael Allen

The Mitsui Garden Yotsuya hotel in Tokyo now has "crying rooms" where women can watch tear-jerker movies and cry as much as they want.

A representative for the hotel said the crying rooms include soft tissues that are as "soft as cashmere," warm sheets, makeup remover and warm eye masks, reported online Japanese magazine, Excite, noted The Telegraph.

Some of the films available to drive women to tears include: "A Moment to Remember" (a Korean movie about Alzheimer's disease), "A Tale Of Mari And Three Puppies" (a Japanese film about a dog and puppies surviving an earthquake) and "Forrest Gump."

Guests can also read manga comic books that are also supposed to turn on the tears.

With a special promotion that runs until the end of August, the crying rooms cost 10,000 yen per day, reported Daily Mail.

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The Mitsui Garden Yotsuya hotel has offered female-only rooms for some time. The "crying rooms" are the same as the "ladies moderate room" size.

Sources: The Telegraph, Daily Mail
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