Nagomi dreams of working at a maid café with the dream of wearing cute maid outfits and acting cute to her patrons. Of course, she doesn’t realize what other things the job entails. Or how vicious the maids are in Akihabara
As the title suggests, the show starts in 1985 with a head maid coming out of limbo. A maid from a different faction decides to kill the head maid with a gun. The person who saw the body of the dead chief maid gives an expression of wanting revenge.
Of course, that is the same woman that will work with Nagomi 14 years later. You thought you would get the maid café experience from Blend S or the one in Tokyo Mew Mew. Nope, this takes the maid café concept to another level, but at least it’s living up to the war name.
That brings us to the spring of 1999, 1 year before the turn of the millennium. Nagomi, who dreams of working at a maid café, heads to her new workplace, Oinky Doink Café. Underneath the maid café atmosphere is a blast from the past. After all, we are in the 90s, and the manager of the café uses a desktop computer running Windows 98. It’s been a long time since I saw a desktop computer with a CRT monitor. That is a blast from the past. Also, there is an actual living panda that serves as the mascot.
As expected, Nagomi gets excited once she puts on the maid outfit. Yes, her dream is coming true as she meets Ranko, a 35 years old woman wanting to become a maid. Who said she couldn’t be one at her age, although she is a Baby Boomer compared to Nagomi, a Millennial? Then again, she looks awfully familiar to the one seen in the beginning. Yet, there is something mysterious about her.
Of course, despite Nagomi’s efforts, her patrons don’t seem satisfied with how she served them. Yume didn’t like how Nagomi messed up. Then again, it’s her first day on the job, as for Ranko. It’s funny how she does the moe moe kyun thing. It’s obvious she has a serious personality.
Apparently, a particular patron came in and demanded the dues. It’s evident that the café isn’t doing so well as the manager sends her to do an errand at Wuv-Wuv Moonbeam. Of course, Ranko decides to tag along. This is probably a good thing for what is to come next. After all, the manager tells Ranko and Nagomi not to disappear.
When Nagomi and Ranko got to Wuv-Wuv Moonbeam, another maid café, they witnessed a maid trying to cut off one of her coworker’s twin tails. Yep, the chief maid is vicious as Nagomi hands the letter. Yep, it was a challenge letter as the leader of that café slaps Nagomi, who doesn’t know what is going on.
Of course, Ranko knows as she takes out her gun and kills the head maid of Wuv-Wuv Moonbeam. They make the run for it as Wuv-Wuv Moonbeam’s maids chase after them. In short, Ranko quickly kills all the maids from Wuv-Wuv Moonbeam as Nagomi stands in horror. The maid cafes are like gangs, probably competing for the top spot. Still, not too surprising to see Ranko this skilled at killing maids without injuring herself.
After returning, Nagomi gets covered in blood, although she and Ranko make it out alive. As expected, Nagomi doesn’t want any part of this. She goes to her dorm room and packs everything up to leave. After all, she didn’t sign up for this.
Of course, Ranko comes in and locks the door. Yep, Ranko shares the same room as Nagomi, saying she looks forward to developing an everlasting relationship with her. I can see where this is going, as Nagomi has no choice but to put up with it. Still, I can’t get over how absurd the show’s premise is, which might make it interesting to watch.
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