The inside of this cafe is made in the image of the Sengoku (Warring States) period. Maids in Japanese kimono enliven the customers. For first time visitors we recommend the First Battle Set Meal. You can enjoy decorated omelette rice, Russian wasabi takoyaki (octopus balls), and more. An all-you-can-drink course with over 100 drinks to choose from is also available. Try chanting the good luck charm, "oishiku nare, moegiri! (Let's make it more delicious with the Moe sword!)" with the maids!
Pinafore Maid Cafe opened in 2003. It is a veteran cafe among those in Akihabara, and people say that it was the first one to be called a maid cafe. It is also well known as one of the locations seen in the Japanese TV drama Densha Otoko and the movie L: Change the World. The maid costumes and decorations were designed by the maids of this cafe, so you can enjoy chatting with these maids who are not just cute but are also extremely talented. This cafe has a bright, cheerful atmosphere, making it easy for you to go in even by yourself.
Schatz Kiste is German for treasure box. This cafe is popular for its private library that offers exciting and thrilling things. The maid costumes in this cafe are set apart from those in other cafes by their long black skirts and white aprons that make up a classical look. While immersing yourself in this classical, European environment, enjoy eating fresh-baked sweets, and chatting with the maids about your interests. You will no doubt feel refreshed from the experience.
The waitresses of Cafe Mai:lish wear cute, frilly costumes, and always greet you with a smile. Every Wednesday, they wait on you in classical maid outfits. Every Tuesday is hobby day, and mini model car races are held. Meals and drinks are also very satisfying. You will be happy with their great menu whether you're using it at lunchtime, teatime, or dinnertime. Enjoy Cafe Mai:lish's unique menu, which has triple-sized drinks, and cocktails inspired by the waitresses on staff.
*This information is from the time of this article's publication.