* The information is correct as of [Jan 18, 2006].


The first maid cafe opened in Akihabara. Located on the sixth floor of a building, the cafe has a calm and soft atmosphere completely different from that of Akihabara electric town, which is noisy and messy.
Waitresses wear a Victorian-style maid uniform, and the cafe emphasizes relaxation rather than “Moe”.
The attraction here is the live music performance on every Saturday evening. You can enjoy the sound of violin or flute while tasting tea.
The cafe has a variety of cakes and teas. A maid pours the first cup of tea for you.
It is a bit difficult to find this store. On the first floor of the same building, there are a lot of Gacha-Gacha (capsuled toy) vending machines piled up in a limited space. Walk through the narrow way to find the elevator.

Unique menu:

- Cakes
You can choose from as many as 30 different kinds of cakes.

- Champion Curry
A large-size deep-fried meat on rice and curry.

Webpage: (Japanese)

Business hours:

Mon – Thu: 11:00pm – 20:00pm
Fri - Sat, the day before holiday: 11:00pm – 22:00pm
Sun, Holiday: 11:00pm – 19:00pm


6F G-store Akiba
3-15-5 Sotokanda Chiyoda-ward


Seven minutes walk from Electric Town exit of JR Akihabara station.
Two minutes walk from Suehiro-cho subway station of Ginza Line.

[4] on the map.

No smoking section:


Seat reservation:


Time restriction:

Yes. 90 minutes when crowded.