At-Home Cafe is opening its largest ever maid café in Akihabara

Japan’s biggest and hottest maid café chain At-Home Cafe is opening its recent flagship outlet in Tokyo’s otaku heaven, Akihabara. The chain’s ninth store will open in February 2022 on the fifth floor of the Akiba Cultures Zone shopping complex. Your complete café is decked out in pink, following the brand’s concept of moe, a Japanese otaku term that describes the nice and cozy, fuzzy feeling of meeting a cute maid or seeing an lovable anime character.

Photo: At-Home Cafe

The brand new café has a reception area – which looks more like a rococo-style lounge – to guide customers to their designated seats.

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Photo: At-Home Cafe

The brand new store may have around 100 seats, divided into two separate sections. Section A (see image above) boasts a big stage with an enormous LED screen, plus 4 rows of seats and a couple of coffee tables within the back.

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Photo: At-Home Cafe

As with other At Home Cafe branches, the seats are arranged theatre-style, so visitors can deal with the stage performances. That’s right – other than serving drinks and food, the maids also give song and dance performances.

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Photo: At-Home Cafe

Section B has an analogous design, with three rows of seats, plus some café tables within the back similar to section A.

At-Home Cafe
Photo: At-Home Cafe

Again, you’ll discover a stage arrange on the front, while large maid portraits adorn the partitions.

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Photo: At-Home Cafe

The souvenir shop currently situated on the second floor of the chain’s primary café in Akihabara will even be relocated to the brand new flagship store.

For more information, see at-home cafe’s official website.

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