Animaga Maid Café aims to offer a comfortable environment for every customer. Have a cup of tea, erved a meal by your charming maids and butlers, enjoy kawaii dance, play a game or two and be entertained by your loyal staff. Have a break from the exciting hustle and bustle of the Animaga Convention, and relax at the Animaga Maid Café.
We look forward to serving you soon.
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There are a few rules you must follow when you’re in the Animaga Maid Cafe. Please follow them closely!
Touching maids and butlers is strictly forbidden.
Please do not take photos or videos inside the cafe.
A $5 Entry Fee applies per person.
There is a time limit of 45 minutes per session.
The Animaga code of conduct will apply to the Animaga Maid Café. Harassment will not be tolerated.
Should you have any special dietary requirements please let us know
Come, dress up as your favourite character and compete with others.
The best cosplayer will get rewarded.
Are you Pokémon Trainer?
Or Emilia (Re:Zero)?
Sleeping Beauty (?!)
Best known for her unworldly cosplays as Sengoku BASARA‘s Date Masamune, Touken Ranbu‘s Kousetsu Samonji and Ookurikara, Fate/Grand Order‘s Arjuna, and more!
She will be showcasing her cosplay talents this August!
Best known for her character in Chibi Maruko-Chan, One Piece, The Idolmaster Cinderella Girls, God Eater Resurrection, Ryu ga Gotoku5...
As a hugely talented voice actor and singer, you may know her from roles such as Shinji Ikari (Neon Genesis Evangelion), Yugi/Dark Yugi (Yu-Gi-Oh!), Makoto Naegi and Nagito Komaeda (Danganronpa series), Sailor Uranus (Sailor Moon), Yukito/Yue (Cardcaptor Sakura series), and many more!
ITASHA (痛車, literally “painful car”) it is a Japanese term for an otaku fad of individuals decorating the bodies of their cars with fictional characters of anime, manga, or video games. Why “painful car”? Reasoning, that it would be painfully embarrassing to drive around in one, but like Itasha drivers in Japan and all over the world, they are not embarrassed to share their passion and connect with others with the same interests. Cars most commonly found in the streets of Akihabara (Tokyo, Japan) will now be making an appearance at Animaga 2018 (Melbourne, Australia).
Plamo is plastic models including cars, military hardware and anime subjects. In 1961, a company called Aoshima produced the first Japanese plastic model in the city of Shizuoka, well before they started manufacturing wooden plane kits to be used as a teaching aid in schools. Shizuoka city is now the plamo centre of Japan, hosting the biggest industry events each year and is home to some of the top brands’ factories including Tamiya and Bandai.
Gunpla is also a popular term in Japan for Gundam models, the main mecha which appeared in the anime Mobile Suit Gundam. Gunpla refers to the line of model kits by Bandai depicting all robots from the different Gundam series. The first Gunpla was released in 1980 and sold for roughly $3. This line required glue, paints and stayed in one pose. Today it is the biggest line in the global plastic model industry. Modern kits today come pre-coloured and snap together, requiring little-to-no tools and no glue with the detailed look of an action figure.
Animaga is located close to Melbourne CBD and is conveniently accessible by tram or walking
11-12 August, 2018
9 Nicholson St, Carlton VIC 3053