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Mia Cafe ミア・カフェ Maid Cafes / Akihabara

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Mia Cafe is very popular, often crowded with a waiting list to get in. If you are on the waiting list, the Cafe will call your cell phone when you're next. Usually the waitresses dress as maids, but special events with different costumes are periodically scheduled. Food is generally around 800 yen, with drinks at 500 yen. English menus are available. On the third floor, there is a maid massage lounge, where you can be massaged by women in costume.

Categories Maid Cafes
Nearest Station Suehirocho
Address Meiji Bldg.1F, 3-1-2 Soto-kanda, Chiyoda-ku , Tokyo
Home Page (Available in English)
Business Hours Mon-Fri 12:00am-10:00pm; Sat-Sun 11:00am-10:00pm

2 Reviews for Mia Cafe

  • Mia Cafe
  • (2007-10-01)
  • Mia is a "maid cafe," although it's not as maid-y as most others you will find in Akihabara. but its quiet and cozy-it's nice as a normal cafe. You're greeted at the door by a typical maid, although the maids at Mia are not as hardcore with the formal language and role-playing. You're escorted to a small table (smoking or non-smoking, they're about 3 feet apart) and given an English menu. You can ... Read More

  • Mia Cafe
  • (2007-10-01)
  • The maid cafe is a concept unique to Japan where the waitresses dress up like maids straight from the comic pages of Japanese cartoons, Manga. The idea of the maid cafe is not supposed to be sexual but of Moe (pronounced Mo-eh, not like the name Moe). Moe is a difficult term to translate into English because it can have so many different meanings but essentially it is a warm feeling you get or a c... Read More
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