The concept of ‘Maid’ cafe is from “otaku culture” of the manga and PC game industry in Japan. The target customers were initially “otakus”, but there are actually no such limits. In fact, maid cafes are also welcomed by the females. Some of them even dream of being a maid in the cafe themselves. There are more than 100 maid cafes in Japan, while around 20 of them are situated in Osaka.
Maidolce is located in Nipponbasi, Osaka, as one of the most famous maid cafes. The name “Maidolce” is derived from 2 Italian words, which mean “maids” and “part-time job”, indicating the range in age from 15 to early 20s of the maids.
The main philosophy of Maidolce is to give its customers a feeling of coming back home. Besides being adorable and good-looking, maids there are well-trained and polite. The decors of Maldolce also give people a warm and nice image. Today, the cafe has seen its 10th anniversary, and striving to targeting at tourists like you. Thus, they also provide both English and Chinese menus, trying to impress you with the best of their service.
Apart from common garments of typical maids, some maids wear fluffy rabbit or cat ears and so on.
Though they have been striving to showing their best quality of service, there are still some regulations that might need your co-operation, in order to protect the maids or maintain orders of the cafe.
It is not allowed to take photos, record videos and audios with any electronic rocorders, and not allowed to privately have a talk with the maids.
The maids are also forbidden to give their personal details to any clients.
In rush-hours, co-operation of chinging tables could be required by the cafe.
Maidolce / めいどるちぇ
5-1-15 Nipponbashi, Naniwa-ku, Osaka-shi
9mins walk from Nankai Namba Sta.
Nankai Namba (南海難波)
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