At the entrance of an offices building in Shinjuku I found this:
In the sixth floor of the building there is a company named “Siesta”, like the traditional Spanish nap. I’ve been investigating on the Internet and it turns out that it is a small company of 22 employees that does web development and consulting. I wonder if they have a small room to take “siestas” at the office.
“Siesta” is surely one of the first words of the Spanish language that Japanese people learn, and to most people that I’ve asked to, siesta seems like a fabulous habit. In fact, Japanese people are experts at taking siestas in any place 😉