Tokyo cheerleader cafe adds male cheerleader service

Japan has a soft spot for themed restaurants, and one in every of the more unique is Cheers One, a restaurant with a classy but relaxed interior design, and where the wait staff are cheerleaders.

Photo: PR Times

To be clear, it’s not only that they wear cheerleader outfits. The staff, on request, will perform cheer and dance routines, lifting customers’ spirits and filling them with energy and confidence ahead of a crucial presentation, project deadline, or whatever their personal version of “the large game” happens to be.

The Cheers One chain got began in 2019, but at the top of April the Tokyo Ginza branch added a brand new aspect to their service with the addition of their first male cheerleader.

Takahiro-kun (photo at top), Cheers One’s first “cheer boy,” is an experienced stage musical dancer, and the cafe says that all of its male cheerleaders can have a background in skilled dance, having worked with theme parks, theater productions, or live live shows.

As with its female cheerleaders, Cheers One’s male cheerleaders might be serving and acting at the Ginza cafe, but can be booked for 45-minute online cheer sessions via Zoom, for many who could use some pep provision but are unable to make the trip to Tokyo or are frightened about in-restaurant dining in the present health climate.

Related: Cheers One

Source: Newscast

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