“Everyone Cafeteria with Children’s Restaurant” is scheduled to open next month in Niigata-shi Chuo-ku

Aim for a place where I can exchange not only for children but for various generations

Ageless Link opens “everyone’s cafeteria” in the Chuo-ku, Niigata City where elderly people and children can eat while interacting. The location is “Cafe LINK” which AGELESLINK operates on “Nishibori 6th Building (1st Floor)”.

The Niigata City Citizen Activity Support Center (Nicot), which will be in the same building, will be pre-opened on 10th February according to “Kids Festa 2019in Nicotto” to be held on February 9th and 10th. It will be opened on the second Saturday of every month since March. “I’d like to do a lot of summer vacation,” She said.

Open time of everyone’s cafeteria is from 11:30 to 14:30. The fee is 300 yen for adults, 100 yen for children (less than elementary school students), reasonably baby toddler and reasonably priced.
the menu at the time of pre-opening can be joined even if you are not a senior citizen or a child, with a hot curry (potato salad, apricot tofu, one drink too). Currently, we are recruiting companies and organizations that will cooperate on the supply of foodstuffs.

Ageles link originally advocated “a convenience store for female staff” and is providing support for in-room cleaning, shopping, accompanying hospitals, etc. (fee is 800 yen / h). In that circumstance, he noticed that there were no places where cheerful elderly people could gather and exchange.

So 4 years ago, I opened a cafe link (Tuesday to Saturday from 11 to 15). Again, it is said that daily lunch is cheap as 500 yen, elderly people seeking an exchange place, and even company employees who eat lunch come to visit. In addition, on Monday we are organizing a “Fun Singing Association”, we are also lending space, and “hula dance” “yoga” etc. are held regularly.

cafe link


cafe link’s food menu(January 10)

In addition to hosting a fun singing party every Monday, we are also lending space, and it seems that “hula dance”, “yoga”, etc. are regularly held.