ASAPA presents

A Taste of Animethon 2018

Jan 19 & 20 / 2018 Shaw Conference Centre Edmonton Alberta Canada
/ Events / Maid Cafe

Maid Café (Gothica ver.)

We are excited to bring the popular Maid Café to A Taste of Animethon 2018! The Maid Cafe will be happening on SATURDAY ONLY (Jan 20)! This event’s theme will be “Gothica”! Our Maids will do their best to offer you an enchanting experience of popular Maid Cafes like the ones in Japan! Our Maids will graciously await to serve you at the cafe when you arrive, serving you snacks and drinks along with interactive activities and performances for you to enjoy. There is also a choice of instant photos for you to capture your time with us that you can take home. Relax and enjoy your stay here~ Okaerinasai Goshujin-sama, Ojou-sama! お帰りなさいませ、ご主人様 , お嬢様!

Maid Café Details

  • Maid Cafe will be held in sessions on SATURDAY Jan 20 ONLY.
  • Session times are: 10AM, 12PM, 2PM, 4PM, 6PM
  • Each session will last approximately one hour and will include a choice of a food (Dessert) item and a drink.
  • Ticket price: $15 (No Refund, must also have purchased an Event Pass or X-Pass to attend)
  • Online Tickets Available

Food and Drink

Food and drinks will be included with the ticket. The menu includes...
Choice of one food item (Specific items will have limited quantities): 
  • Dark Chocolate Mousse Cake with Salted Caramel Ganache Truffle Tart
  • Vanilla Bavarios with Raspeberry Confit Gateau
  • Fruit Cup (For Gluten Free Only)
Served with a Selection of Tea (Earl Grey, Calm Chamomile, Refresh Mint)

Ticket Purchase

Limited online tickets are available below. You can also purchase the tickets on site from the "Panel Sign in/Maid Café Ticket Sales Table" in the bottom floor of shaw. You will be required to purchase a ticket to attend this event, and are expected to arrive 10 minute before the session starts. There are limited seats available so get them early! No refunds can be made after purchase.

What is a Maid Café?

Maid cafés (メイドカフェ Meido kafe) are a subcategory of cosplay restaurants found predominantly in Japan. In these cafés, waitresses dressed in maid costumes act as servants, and treat customers as masters (and mistresses) in a private home, rather than as café patrons. The first permanent maid café, Cure Maid Café, was established in Akihabara, Tokyo, Japan in March 2001, but maid cafés are becoming increasingly popular.

Please email if you have any questions regarding this event.