Finally, a cafe for those who like their maids curvy.
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12 Nov 2015 - 9:05 PM  UPDATED 12 Nov 2015 - 9:09 PM

Japan is a land full of “interesting” cafes. From maids to animals and the like, if it exists, there probably is a café for it. In some ways, this should come as no surprise, but now there is a café that caters to those with a fondness for full-figured maids. But wait, there’s more to this than meets the eye. 

 

Shangrila is a café that promotes the ideas of being “body positive” (or bositive) and the café exemplifies that you don’t need to be skinny to be cute. 
Recently opened up in Akihabara, the staff consists of curvy girls dressed as maids. They are also big on fresh, organic food and meals are cooked using a brick oven. You can check out the café’s website here.

Source: Rocket News

 

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