This is a personal, non-sponsored post by a member of BuzzFeed's ad content team.Buzz·Posted on Nov 15, 2012And Now, For The Weirdest SFW Cafes In JapanAs if you needed another reason to move to Japan.by Angela Meiquan WangBuzzFeed CreativeFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink First off, the infamous "Maid Cafes" yeinjee.com These cafes, where waitresses dress in frilly maid outfits and act as servants, first emerged in Tokyo in the early 2000s. Since then, they have gained significant popularity and expanded to other countries including the United States. lacarmina.com Sometimes they offer additional services, such as ear-cleaning and massages. vice.com A "Chubby Maid Cafe" is also in business. Vice interviewed several of their waitresses in 2009. ...And the male counterpart, "Butler Cafes" chibi-anime-blog.blogspot.com "Cross-dressing Maid Cafes" also exist japan-now.livejournal.com Staffed entirely by straight men, Tokyo's premier cross-dressing maid cafe Hibari-tei opened its doors in 2009. The next logical step: "Granny Cafes" Flickr: ft09 Cafe Rottenmeier is a European-style cafe with "granny" servers ranging in age from 24 to 77. Mother cafes exist as well, but we won't go there. "Bunny Cafes" are mandatory Flickr: johnji This is Tokyo's Ra.a.g.f. (Rabbit and grow fat) Cafe in Harajuku. rollwithjen.com They serve adorable food for bunnies AND humans. "Cat Cafes" are DEFINITELY a societal improvement en.wikipedia.org Patrons pay an hourly fee to drink tea and play with kitties. Themed cat cafes — for black cats, calico, rare breeds, and more — have also been established. blog.sureflap.com Beautiful. "Falconer Cafes" are a thing too rollwithjen.com Might as well throw a "Reptile Cafe" into the mix odditycentral.com twitpic.com Check out more photos on @reptilescafe's Twitpic page. Tokyo is also home to a "Vampire Cafe" all-that-is-interesting.com Flickr: mawari All of their food is appropriately plated. ...as well as "Christon Cafes," for a Catholic vibe lacarmina.com There are eight of these around Japan, so there's no excuse to miss out on dining underneath a gothic altar. Of course, nothing beats the newest addition to the scene: Tokyo's "Cuddle Cafe" forums.allkpop.com Soineya, which opened in October, is a cafe where customers pay to cuddle with cute girls. Gazing into each other's eyes comes at an additional charge. Sign me up?