Legend Blows $4000 on Epic Tokyo Maid Cafe Binge

A Japanese Twitter user couldn’t help but share a receipt he found with a staggering bill of $4,000 on what looks like a maid café binge.

If this is the first time you’ve heard of maid cafés, it is basically cosplay restaurants where waitresses are dressed in maid costumes – hence, the name – and a place where customers are treated as “masters.”

It is considered a more relaxed version of a hostess bar, plus, there’s not much pressure to order. However, based on the photo of the receipt Twitter user @URATAKAO found, it seemed like one customer did some massive splurging.

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The receipt was from a place called “Afilia” which is located in Shinjuku, Tokyo. Waitresses in the café are dressed as “students at the royal academy of magic,” RocketNews24 said. Because of their elaborate fantasy kingdom, it’s safe to assume that their services come at a high price.

Here’s are the items listed on the receipt translated by RocketNews24:

  • Male customer charge: ¥1,100
  • Male customer 30-minute time extension (8 times): ¥4,400
  • Ueei: ¥1,200
  • Photograph: ¥1,200
  • Tsu-chan highball: ¥1,200
  • The One Everyone Likes: ¥1,500
  • Tsu-chan highball: ¥1,200
  • Dom Perignon P2: ¥160,000
  • Nina-chan: ¥1,000
  • Dom Perignon Rose: ¥84,000
  • Cocoa: ¥1,000
  • Dom Perignon: ¥44,000
  • Ame-chan: ¥1,200
  • Strong Wind: ¥1,200
  • Dom Perignon: ¥44,000
  • Ame-chan: ¥1,200
  • Meno-chan: ¥1,200
  • Dom Perignon Rose: ¥84,000
  • Dom Perignon: ¥44,000

While this big spender remains anonymous, it looks like the customer had a ton of fun on this expensive maid café-champagne spree.

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