Digging through Akihabara’s hobby stores, we found a sweet Cowboy Bebop figurine (Vicious), and Japanese versions of Super Mario 64 and Zelda (which we purchased).
Then we made our way to a maid cafe, where they offer cheery pick-me-ups, both through sweets and happy-go-lucky chats with maids which are there to literally sing your praises. It’s a cafe full of young girls wearing French maid outfits who talk to you, sing and dance, and take pictures with you. Basically make you feel like the boss 😎
After that, we burn the dessert calories off with some music gaming, and salsa dancing in Tokyo.
The salsa music was great when we went to El Cafe Latino, Roppongi. Lots of merengue and bachata mixed in, but enough salsa to dance with new people. We had several good dances, taking breaks now and then at the mixed Latin music club downstairs.
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Oh Wow I like the Maid Cafe up my alley sweets that looks yummy.Harold seems to be in his element with all the games and electronics there in Japan, he must feel he died and went to heaven. Did you say Salsa in Japan well how did they know you were coming. Did you show them some steps. Hey now you are rocking. Enjoy take care love ya both God bless. So happy to see your adventures along with the comments. Love ya Mom