Mipig Cafe, in Tokyo's trendy central Meguro neighbourhood, is the newest addition to Japan's ever-growing list of animal-themed cafes that includes cats, owls and hedgehogs.
Opened in March this year, the cafe lets visitors spend 30 minutes getting acquainted with its oinking occupants for about $8 (€7.15), plus the cost of a drink.
Visitors can pet and play with the tiny trotters on three different floors, while sipping a tea or coffee.
The cafe is a new expansion for Mipig, whose main business lies in Japan's Yamanashi prefecture, where they run a micro pig farm.
The ting piglets are imported from the United Kingdom and bred as pets for Japanese families.
While a trip to the cafe might be in your budget, micro pigs themselves can cost around $3,000 (€2,684).
Shiho Kitagawa from Mipig says demand for micro pigs is increasing, their waiting list has over 100 names.