Hedgehog café in Tokyo
This news is from Tokyo. People have animal cafés there. They have cat, rabbit, owl, snake, and even hedgehog cafés. One hedgehog café is called “Harry”. This is a play on words. “Hari” means “needle” in Japanese.
In the café, there are 30 hedgehogs. Every hedgehog is of a different kind. You can play with them. One hour costs 9 dollars.
Difficult words: hedgehog (a small animal that has spikes—needles—on its back), needle (a very thin piece of metal with a point at one end), kind (a type).
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