We are heading to Akihabara after our lunch meals at Shibuya. Akihabara is located in the central district of Tokyo, which is a popular place for Japan's otaku (male nerds) who are obsessive with anime, manga, video games and computer goods (as well computer parts too). I am not an otakus (the term for female otaku) but I am curious to explore some of the stores at Akihabara.
Beside that, there are many interesting Maid cafes or Cosplay restaurants at Akihabara district. Due to my limited time at Akihabara, I don't get the opportunity to experience at a maid cafe or cosplay restaurant. It is not difficult to search for a maid cafe as there are many pretty maids standing and distributing leaflets, to promote their maid cafes nearby Akihabara Station. As when you step into the maid cafe, the maids will bow and greet customers in friendly mode besides offering them towels and menus as well as exchanging some basic interactions. This is strictly clean service as customers have to obey the basic etiquette and rules when patronizing a maid cafe. Customers are forbidden to touch and take pictures of the maids, asking for their personal contacts and staking their privacy.
|Arriving Akihabara at the train station in Tokyo, Japan|
|Pretty maids promote maid cafes at Akihabara in Tokyo, Japan|
|Famous Labi and Sega stores at Akihabara in Tokyo, Japan|
|Akihabara is popular for video games, manga, anime and computer goods in Tokyo, Japan|
|One of the maid cafes can be seen nearby Akihabara Station in Tokyo, Japan|
|You can find anime, manga, video games and computer goods along Akihabara streets in Tokyo, Japan|
|A popular Sofmap is selling all kinds of anime, manga and video games at Akihabara in Tokyo, Japan|
|There are rows of anime, manga, video games and computer goods along Akihabara Electric Town in Tokyo, Japan|
|An interesting softdrink dispenser machine with co-sponsor by Sega at Akihabara in Tokyo, Japan|
|A shop sells anime and manga at Akihabara in Tokyo, Japan|
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