Updated: August 15, 2019
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maidreamin Shibuya: kawaii maid cafe near Shibuya station


Maidreamin in Shibuya features a unique colourful decor, adorable animal parfaits, and maids doing wotagei performances!

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Maidreamin Shibuya location

Maidreamin is a popular maid cafe chain that has 16 locations across Japan and even one cafe in Thailand.

This is the one in Shibuya, one of the most popular and most spacious locations. It has the particularity of having multicoloured ceiling lights which create the perfect dreamy atmosphere.

How it works

Enter the cafe and you'll be greeted by some super kind maids! Some of them speak English and they also have menus in English so if you can't speak Japanese, it shouldn't be a problem.

The pricing system is ¥500 per hour, and you must also order at least one item per hour. Children 12 and under enter for free and receive free ice cream! The place is very family-friendly indeed.

Order a combo set for the full maid cafe experience

You can order à la carte but to get the full experience, which includes food and/or drinks, a souvenir photo with the maids and a small gift, you might want to try one of these combos priced between ¥1,900 to ¥3,400.

Note that you cannot take pictures of the maids. If you want a picture, you have to have one of the above combo sets or pay ¥800 extra for it.

Some cute animal parfaits

If you have a soft spot for sweets, then the gorgeous animal parfaits shouldn't disappoint. They come in strawberry, chocolate, vanilla, black tea, or matcha-flavoured ice cream. All are ¥780.

Savoury foods

If you walk in with an appetite, you can try their Japanese curry, omurice (omelette on rice), pasta dishes, etc. The thick Hamburg steak pictured above is particularly filling! Prices for main dishes are around ¥1,000.

Special performances every two hours

Every two hours, the maids perform some otaku songs onstage! The performance is called 'wotagei' and it refers to the kind of dancing, gesturing and singing done by some die-hard fans at Japanese idol concerts.

Have some drinks too!

You can have all kinds of drinks, including sake, Japanese plum wine, cocktails, beer and more for about ¥500 to ¥1,000 a drink. They even offer some affordable all-you-can-drink options. The maids might join you for a kampai!
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