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Welcome to the Japanese Restaurant Where Waiters are Monkeys!

by VR Sreeraman on June 29, 2009 at 2:43 PM
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Welcome to the Japanese Restaurant Where Waiters are Monkeys!

How about visiting a restaurant for dinner, and being greeted by monkey waiters!

Kayabuki restaurant in remote countryside of Japan is flocked with guests from all over Japan who come to see its "monkey" staff.

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The most popular monkey is six-year-old Fuku-chan who greets guests and brings them hot towels at the end of their meal.

"He has these airs and graces that make him look just like a French waiter at a posh restaurant," the Sun quoted a diner as saying.

Owner Kaoru Otsuka said: "It all started when I gave him a hot towel out of curiosity and he took it to the customer."

Source: ANI
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