These Dining Capsules Are Perfect If You're Single Or Not In The Mood For Humans

No need to worry about awkward eye contact with strangers!

Dining by yourself just got a whole less awkward in this family chain restaurant in Japan

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Popular Japanese restaurant Gusto introduced single-person semi-private dining boxes after noticing so many students and young adults eating alone in their outlets, Next Shark reported.

Designed to look like office cubicles rather than traditional restaurant tables, the 'dining capsules' are ideal for customers who want alone time... and absolutely no eye contact with strangers

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With high wooden barriers that face customers, there's no need to worry about feeling self-conscious while eating alone!

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Diners who aren't in the mood for any human interaction will be pleased to find that they won't even need to speak to waitstaff

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All they need to do to order is point at pictures on the menu, and the waiters won't say a word.

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The single-person box seat is also perfect for people who want to enjoy a meal while also getting some work done in peace

On top of the privacy that comes with having your own space, the booths are complete with everything a modern working space needs - lots of space, free WiFi, and multiple charging outlets.

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Family restaurants are some of the only eateries in Japan that offer unlimited refills for their entire soft drink menu, so those who want to spend hours working without overspending on drinks can rest easy!

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According to Soranews24, the solo seats can be found at Gusto's Tokyo branches in Akasaka Mitsuke, Azabujuban, Hatagaya, Higashi Ikebukuro, Kameari Station North Exit, Kichijoji, Medai-mae, Mito Keio Daigaku-mae, and Shinbashi.

Introverts all over the Internet have praised Gusto for having a comfortable space for solo diners

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However, some don't see the point of going out to eat if you want to avoid all human interaction.

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Restaurants in Japan aren't only next-level, some of them even have some pretty cool visitors from time to time:

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