Mar 222011

Los Angeles, CA (March 20, 2011) – Okarinasimase Goshujin-sama, Hime-sama! (Welcome Home, Goshujin-sama!)

Experience service and feeling of Japanese maid cafes found in famed Akihabara, Japan with the world famous AniMaid Café at AM2 (this summer at the most anticipated FREE summer convention July 1-3, 2011 at the Anaheim Convention Center). Over fifty (50+) lovely maids and gentle hosts entertain with live performances, fun interactive games, contests, prizes, merriment and fun while attendees feast upon Japanese style food and drink! More info and attendee registration can be found at

Attendees can come and relax with cute maids and hosts as they serve delicious food with love. Enjoy dances on stage from your maids to popular Asian pop songs. Play games for a chance to win prizes – everything from Hungry Hungry Hippos, Rock ‘Em Sock ‘Em Robots, to an intense game of Jenga with your cute maid or host. Beat the maids/hosts three times to win a personalized picture! It’s an entertainment café with an anime premise hailing all the way from the traditional Maid Cafes of Akihabara, Japan. AniMaid Café leader “K-chan” states, “We are here to entertain and serve otaku like ourselves who would like to have the chance to experience the ultimate in modern customer service/entertainment experience. AniMaid Café has super “moe” (adorable) maids to serve their masters with love.

The AniMaid Café is fun for all ages, with over fifty (50+) lovely maids and gentle hosts to entertain with live performances, fun interactive games, contests, prizes, merriment and fun as they serve guests who wish to experience the service and feel of the maid cafés of Akihabara, Japan. With delectable Japanese food and drinks, the highly praised AniMaid Café will definitely be a huge hit and a hot ticket item and surely something you will not want to miss experiencing!

AM2 representative Chase Wang states, “The AniMaid Café is an amazing event and is exclusive only to AM2. Only here can you truly experience what a maid café is like in Akihabra, Japan. Come and join the fun and have the time of your life!

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Also, 25% of all official Passport sales will be donated directly to Japanese Disaster Relief efforts.

About AM2
Located in Anaheim, California – AM2, established in 2010, is a multi-day (3 days) 24 hour event with no general attendance/badge purchase requirement and is aspiring to be a key meeting place for fans that share a common interest in Asian music, Animation/Anime, and Comics/Manga. Nominal fees are charged for certain activities that attendees choose to participate in. AM2 will be held on July 1-3, 2011 at the Anaheim Convention Center in sunny Anaheim, California. More information can be found at

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