The Foreign Butler Cafe


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Kind of like the opposite of a maid café, the butler café is essentially meant to give women that fantastical experience of having a group of good-looking men pandering to their every whim – and calling them 'princess'. This does happen at the Foreign Butler Cafe, but it can feel a little forced, and be warned that there are plenty of hidden costs involved, for example, if you want to take a photo of the butlers you'll need to pay an extra fee.



5F Udagawa KK Bldg, 11-6 Udagawacho, Shibuya-ku

Transport Shibuya Station

Open Café 12pm-4.30pm (Sat, Sun & hols until 6pm), dinner 6pm-11pm (Sun & hold until 9pm) / closed Mon


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