The first “Maid Hair Salon” is born in the Tokai Area

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A “Maid Hair Salon”, which can be considered an extension of “Maid Cafe” has opened in Kanayama, Naka-ku, Nagoya, Japan. The store has quickly gained popularity among maid-lovers. The name of the salon is “Maid Salon Hermes” and it has 11 female staffers wearing maid uniform at your service. It’s parent company is the “Straight Artisan”, which operates out of Nagoya. This store is the first in the Tokai area.

The service fee is 5000 yen for shampoo, cut, and blow dry (shampoo and service fee included), plus the “moe massage”. Pay 8000 yen and you’ll get the “moe-up” massage called “Moe-moe massage”. There are other services such as manicure (for 5000 yen) and others.

It’s reported that in contrast to the store’s expectations, instead of 20-something young men, men in their 30’s-40s frequent the store. One officer worker reported that “it’s very relaxing to come here. As for the maid uniform? Well, I’m not really into that.”

This is a real hair salon and doesn’t offer that kind of service.

For my source see here (if you want to brush up on your Chinese).

2 thoughts on “The first “Maid Hair Salon” is born in the Tokai Area”

  1. “As for the maid uniform? Well, I’m not really into that.”

    At least 20-year-olds admit to their weird obsessions. Guess older salarymen have their faces to save (and wives to return to)?

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