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Japanese Maid Cafes in London Day - Sunday 27th March 2011

Date: 2011 March 22 18:01

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Looking for something to do in London this weekend? Well Sunday 27th March 2011 seems to be London Maids day, with not one, but two separate Maid Cafes running on the same day. Both events will have Japanese Maids.

We have Oh My Lord! set to run from 2.00pm to 7.00pm. We've covered them before. Cosplay is actively encouraged, but not compulsory.

They'll be at Jetlag
125 Cleveland Street
You can book tickets here.

The nearest Tube is Great Portland Street.

Then at Sofra in Covent Garden we have Japanese Maid's Cafe London. They'll have 4 sittings, 12pm, 2pm, 4pm or 6pm. WOTA London VJ namimo will be there to provide some simulation to the eyes and ears. The new comers claim to be the first of it's kind in London, even though Oh My Lord started 4 months before.

36 Tavistock Street
Covent Garden

The nearest Tube is Covent Garden.

Both events promise to donate proceeds to Japan's Earthquake and Tsunami relief.

Correction - Since posting this article, the people behind the Japanese Maids Cafe have confirmed the reasoning behind being called the first of it's kind in London. They'd like to emphasise that they are the first Japanese Maid Cafe in London. They highlight that all their maids, VJ namimo and the owner of the event are all Japanese. While in comparison Oh My Lord! has maids of different nationalities.

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Press release for Japanese Maid's Cafe London as follows:

Japanese Maid's Cafe London
Experience Japanese Maids Café, the first of its kind in London!
Sunday 27th March 2011 at Sofra, 36 Tavistock Street, Covent Garden, London, WC2E 7PB

Due to the recent events in Japan, Sofra Restaurant (Hüseyin Özer - Owner) and Japanese Maids Café will donate proceeds to Japan's Earthquake and Tsunami relief.

Book a reservation at 12pm, 2pm, 4pm or 6pm, relax and enjoy being served by real Japanese Maids serving a fusion of Japanese and European gourmet food. Watch their dance routines and listen to them play traditional Japanese instruments. Plus VJ namimo will be there stimulating your senses.

£6 in advance or £10 on the door (Subject to availability)
then choose from our menu when you arrive.

Further details and tickets are available here:

Source: Japanese Maid\'s Cafe London
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