No Boys Or “Normies” Allowed

See Pictures Of Japan’s First Cafe Just For Otaku Women and Girls!

Now here is a store that is selective about its clientele.

Having opened on December 26th, 2015, this new year will show whether this new business idea will pan out and succeed.  With all-female staff, they’re really sticking to their guns with the whole “no boys allowed thing.”  Sorry, men, you couldn’t give them your money if you wanted to!

So does this provide a valuable service to female otakus?  The store’s staff certainly thinks so.  Check out the details after the break, and let us know your thoughts in the comments below!

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A new cafe for female otaku in Osaka says neither boys nor normies are allowed. Naturally, we had to check it out for ourselves!
In the Nipponbashi area of Osaka, a place known to otaku as the Akihabara of Kansai, a new hang-out spot has opened up where female otaku can chill out and indulge their nerdy side—with no men allowed. Ataraxia Cafe opened on December 26 2015 and our reporter went to check it out.
Women in Japan can often feel a little shy about whipping out their doujinshi or cosplay magazines in public, so this establishment has been designed as a space where they don’t have to feel self-conscious about enjoying a hobby that is sometimes looked down upon or considered the pursuit of young men. Now anime-loving ladies can go shopping for the latest manga or doujin from their favourite circle then drop by the cafe to read it right away in a place where no one will judge them for it.
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Source: Rocket News

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