All over the world, cozy local bookstores double as places to eat, drink, and yes, get married. And soon, bibliophiles in Japan will even be able to sleep in one. 

BOOK AND BED TOKYO, a hostel slated to open this September in the Ikebukuro neighborhood, will feature beds tucked right into the bookshelves—meaning bookworms can fall asleep safely cocooned in literature. (As is the case with most hostels, there likely won't be private rooms available.)

The magnificent inn, which hopes to attract both foreign and domestic travelers, was designed by Makoto Tanijiri and Ai Yoshida of Suppose Design Office, with a book selection curated by Shibuya Publishing & Booksellers

You can follow the bookshop on Instagram for sneak peeks of the new establishment. 

[h/t: Spoon & Tamago]