There's no Sonic, but there's plenty of other spikey fiends involved here and we have a feeling the blue one has a lot to answer for.
The café, based in Tokyo, Japan, is called "Harry" (a play on the Japanese term for hedgehog - 'harinezumi') and lets visitors play with one of the 20 to 30 different breeds of hedgehogs there while chowing down on tea and other treats.
Hedgehogs are common housepets in japan, and according to Mashable one of the staff of Harry, Mizuki Murata, reportedly said: "We wanted to show people the charm of hedgehogs, which give the impression of being hard to handle. We wanted to get rid of that image by letting people touch them."
A café in Japan lets you pick up cute, prickly, fluffy hedgehogs. Hand them over! ðŸ¤—https://t.co/RUbMzj2aYl
— AJ+ (@ajplus) April 7, 2016