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Visit a Maid Cafe in Akihabara

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Japan's Otaku (geek) culture is booming. In the past, the geek culture in Japan was rather looked down upon by the mainstream as too geekish, but now with vast media coverage the "otaku" culture has become somewhat of a subculture and something fashionable. In particular, the Maid Cafe has been rising in popularity. With the soaring popularity of the word "moe" in Japan, which means something like "cute", the maid cafe has also gained rapid growth. These cafes are unique in that all customers are served by female workers who wear maid outfits usually designed to look like the ones seen on popular Japanese animations. What is more unique about the cafe, though, is that these maids will play various types of card games, board games and video games with you as you dine or simply talk with one of these adorable girls. Oh, and they will call you "goshujinsama" which means "master"! Trust me, it's pretty sweet. With this plan, we will go to an actual Cafe in Akihabara and order a drink while we talk to the maids. Maybe even play games or take pictures with the maids if you really feel up to it! Book it now for an experience you will never forget! (Includes one drink)

Japan's Otaku (geek) culture is booming. In the past, the geek culture in Japan was rather looked down upon by the mainstream as too geekish, but now with vast media coverage the "otaku" culture has become somewhat of a subculture and something fashionable. In particular, the Maid Cafe has been rising in popularity. With the soaring popularity of the word "moe" in Japan, which means something like "cute", the maid cafe has also gained rapid growth. These cafes are unique in that all customers are served by female workers who wear maid outfits usually designed to look like the ones seen on popular Japanese animations. What is more unique about the cafe, though, is that these maids will play various types of card games, board games and video games with you as you dine or simply talk with one of these adorable girls. Oh, and they will call you "goshujinsama" which means "master"! Trust me, it's pretty sweet. With this plan, we will go to an actual Cafe in Akihabara and order a drink while we talk to the maids. Maybe even play games or take pictures with the maids if you really feel up to it! Book it now for an experience you will never forget! (Includes one drink)

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