In Tokyo You Can Pay $263 For A Model To Deliver Your Lunch
A Tokyo-based service called Platinum Lunch thinks you would after finding that people didn't love receiving lunch deliveries from men, complaining about the lack of manners and politeness.
The service, intended for lunches at meetings, seminars, and events, is only available for corporate customers, and each order must be at least ¥30,000 ($263). The delivery women are models or actresses signed to Platinum Production, one of the major talent agencies in Japan, and they are trained to provide polite and attentive service.
In addition to the delivery minimum, you must place your lunch order three days in advance. The company says this is so "the delivery women can study the ingredients and details" in order to explain the menu to the clients.
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