We want to engage each other in cultural dialogue and understanding. Anime is the gateway but we don't stop there. We enjoy exchanging ideas about our local culture with the world and we want to learn about your culture.
koheegyuunyuu: ;__: HOW I WISH YOU WERE IN SOCAL /le cry/ I've been wanting to work at a maid cafe for a few years now (I'm 17) , but all they have out here are people who go to cons and do little events. (And you have to be 18 for them). You guys are awesome <3
You should save up the best that you can. Manage your money well. And get as much support business wise. You should be good in SoCal. Best wishes.
kasumagic: It hurts me so much to hear that CAC is closing its doors on such short notice. If only I hadn't been so far away! I wish I could have done something to help. Please stay together and support each other, and don't give up on the Chou Anime name. I hope you can organize future events and regroup yourselves as a business. I'm trying to wipe my tears away, but it's hard. The international maid cafe community is feeling this loss. Wishing you all the best, Maid Kasumi, Moe Moe Honey Cafe, NYC.
Oh. Thank you so much Maid Kasumi. We tried the best we could to keep it going but I just don’t think Detroit was up to the challenge of accepting a cool concept like this. We were struggling to keep it going and it was draining us personally to continue. We may hope to try something again in the future and the Maids may possibly continue to do events but unfortunately we will be saying goodbye.