The Japanese Culture Society had their Inaugural Café Mumu event at the Maverick Activity Center on Friday. Café Mumu is a maid café, which is usually common in Japan where the servers dress as maids and butlers and server their patrons as if they were their masters and mistresses as if they were at home rather than in a public café. This year’s turnout had around 100 people served by 7 different sets of servants. Each servant had a different theme to their services, from Sharknado to Alice in Wonderland to Rabbits. For the club’s facebook.
-James A Belknap