Hello everyone. I'm back!
Yesterday, I was talking with my Maid-cafe friend in one of the older maid cafes, Mai:lish. We were talking about how maid cafes are misunderstood among general population. Most people think moe-moe style cafes are the only maid cafes that are out there, or some people even think it is some weird perverted thing... X-<
In my opinion, maid cafes, or in a broader term "concept cafes", are one of the most interesting Japanese sub-culture now out there. While more than a decade has passed since the first maid cafe was born in Akihabara, the culture is still filled with a frontier spirit! Each cafe is very unique: if you go to one of the cafes and you don't like it, try another one. There is a high chance that you will find another one very different, and you might LOVE it!
My maid-cafe friend told me that there are many people outside Japan who are also interested in maid cafes, but the information in English is very limited and people don't know where to go. He said I should create a web site in English about maid cafes. I remembered I already had one :-p
I will change the style a bit from my previous posts. I will take "diary" style instead of "review" style. I will not be a reporter but one of the customers, and write whatever I felt in free-style. This way, I think I have a better chance not killing this blog, and continue posting new and fresh information to English-speaker people out there. If you have any specific questions, feel free to leave a comment to my posts. I will try to answer to them as much as possible.
Anyways, I am about to go to Akihabara now! See ya!