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EN_01281369_0001 COV
A trade school in Japan is enticing new students by offering them cute maids as studying partners. MadeInMaidFamily is one of the many trade schools in Tokyo, so its founders have come up with an enticing way of making sure that they attract male students in a very competitive market. Located in Shibuya the programming school hopes that the pretty maids will keep their male students coming back, motivating them to hone their skills. The lessons are designed to encourage interaction between students with the maids asking and offering help to the guys. However, simply hiring attractive girls to keep male students paying for programming courses would most likely have been frowned upon by the general public, so the school came up with a solution by offering the maids the opportunity to also learn programming, also increasing their chances of securing better employment in the future. Naturally the maids don???t pay the 2,000 yen ($18) fee for the three-hour lesson, but they do study alongside the paying students, who they greet with ??sOkaeri nasaimase??? (??sWelcome home,???), when they walk through the door. That???s apparently the salutation used at Japanese maid cafes. The maid trend has really taken off in Japan recently. Whereas before they only had maid cafes, you now have other themed services as well, like maid gyms, and now, maid programming schools! Featuring: Atmosphere Where: Tokyo, Japan When: 02 Oct 2017 Credit: MadeInMaidFamily/Cover Images **EDITORIAL USE ONLY**
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EN_01281369_0002 COV
A trade school in Japan is enticing new students by offering them cute maids as studying partners. MadeInMaidFamily is one of the many trade schools in Tokyo, so its founders have come up with an enticing way of making sure that they attract male students in a very competitive market. Located in Shibuya the programming school hopes that the pretty maids will keep their male students coming back, motivating them to hone their skills. The lessons are designed to encourage interaction between students with the maids asking and offering help to the guys. However, simply hiring attractive girls to keep male students paying for programming courses would most likely have been frowned upon by the general public, so the school came up with a solution by offering the maids the opportunity to also learn programming, also increasing their chances of securing better employment in the future. Naturally the maids don???t pay the 2,000 yen ($18) fee for the three-hour lesson, but they do study alongside the paying students, who they greet with ??sOkaeri nasaimase??? (??sWelcome home,???), when they walk through the door. That???s apparently the salutation used at Japanese maid cafes. The maid trend has really taken off in Japan recently. Whereas before they only had maid cafes, you now have other themed services as well, like maid gyms, and now, maid programming schools! Featuring: Atmosphere Where: Tokyo, Japan When: 02 Oct 2017 Credit: MadeInMaidFamily/Cover Images **EDITORIAL USE ONLY**
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A trade school in Japan is enticing new students by offering them cute maids as studying partners. MadeInMaidFamily is one of the many trade schools in Tokyo, so its founders have come up with an enticing way of making sure that they attract male students in a very competitive market. Located in Shibuya the programming school hopes that the pretty maids will keep their male students coming back, motivating them to hone their skills. The lessons are designed to encourage interaction between students with the maids asking and offering help to the guys. However, simply hiring attractive girls to keep male students paying for programming courses would most likely have been frowned upon by the general public, so the school came up with a solution by offering the maids the opportunity to also learn programming, also increasing their chances of securing better employment in the future. Naturally the maids don???t pay the 2,000 yen ($18) fee for the three-hour lesson, but they do study alongside the paying students, who they greet with ??sOkaeri nasaimase??? (??sWelcome home,???), when they walk through the door. That???s apparently the salutation used at Japanese maid cafes. The maid trend has really taken off in Japan recently. Whereas before they only had maid cafes, you now have other themed services as well, like maid gyms, and now, maid programming schools! Featuring: Atmosphere Where: Tokyo, Japan When: 02 Oct 2017 Credit: MadeInMaidFamily/Cover Images **EDITORIAL USE ONLY**
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EN_01281369_0004 COV
A trade school in Japan is enticing new students by offering them cute maids as studying partners. MadeInMaidFamily is one of the many trade schools in Tokyo, so its founders have come up with an enticing way of making sure that they attract male students in a very competitive market. Located in Shibuya the programming school hopes that the pretty maids will keep their male students coming back, motivating them to hone their skills. The lessons are designed to encourage interaction between students with the maids asking and offering help to the guys. However, simply hiring attractive girls to keep male students paying for programming courses would most likely have been frowned upon by the general public, so the school came up with a solution by offering the maids the opportunity to also learn programming, also increasing their chances of securing better employment in the future. Naturally the maids don???t pay the 2,000 yen ($18) fee for the three-hour lesson, but they do study alongside the paying students, who they greet with ??sOkaeri nasaimase??? (??sWelcome home,???), when they walk through the door. That???s apparently the salutation used at Japanese maid cafes. The maid trend has really taken off in Japan recently. Whereas before they only had maid cafes, you now have other themed services as well, like maid gyms, and now, maid programming schools! Featuring: Atmosphere Where: Tokyo, Japan When: 02 Oct 2017 Credit: MadeInMaidFamily/Cover Images **EDITORIAL USE ONLY**
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EN_01281369_0005 COV
A trade school in Japan is enticing new students by offering them cute maids as studying partners. MadeInMaidFamily is one of the many trade schools in Tokyo, so its founders have come up with an enticing way of making sure that they attract male students in a very competitive market. Located in Shibuya the programming school hopes that the pretty maids will keep their male students coming back, motivating them to hone their skills. The lessons are designed to encourage interaction between students with the maids asking and offering help to the guys. However, simply hiring attractive girls to keep male students paying for programming courses would most likely have been frowned upon by the general public, so the school came up with a solution by offering the maids the opportunity to also learn programming, also increasing their chances of securing better employment in the future. Naturally the maids don???t pay the 2,000 yen ($18) fee for the three-hour lesson, but they do study alongside the paying students, who they greet with ??sOkaeri nasaimase??? (??sWelcome home,???), when they walk through the door. That???s apparently the salutation used at Japanese maid cafes. The maid trend has really taken off in Japan recently. Whereas before they only had maid cafes, you now have other themed services as well, like maid gyms, and now, maid programming schools! Featuring: Atmosphere Where: Tokyo, Japan When: 02 Oct 2017 Credit: MadeInMaidFamily/Cover Images **EDITORIAL USE ONLY**
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EN_01281369_0006 COV
A trade school in Japan is enticing new students by offering them cute maids as studying partners. MadeInMaidFamily is one of the many trade schools in Tokyo, so its founders have come up with an enticing way of making sure that they attract male students in a very competitive market. Located in Shibuya the programming school hopes that the pretty maids will keep their male students coming back, motivating them to hone their skills. The lessons are designed to encourage interaction between students with the maids asking and offering help to the guys. However, simply hiring attractive girls to keep male students paying for programming courses would most likely have been frowned upon by the general public, so the school came up with a solution by offering the maids the opportunity to also learn programming, also increasing their chances of securing better employment in the future. Naturally the maids don???t pay the 2,000 yen ($18) fee for the three-hour lesson, but they do study alongside the paying students, who they greet with ??sOkaeri nasaimase??? (??sWelcome home,???), when they walk through the door. That???s apparently the salutation used at Japanese maid cafes. The maid trend has really taken off in Japan recently. Whereas before they only had maid cafes, you now have other themed services as well, like maid gyms, and now, maid programming schools! Featuring: Atmosphere Where: Tokyo, Japan When: 02 Oct 2017 Credit: MadeInMaidFamily/Cover Images **EDITORIAL USE ONLY**
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EN_01281369_0007 COV
A trade school in Japan is enticing new students by offering them cute maids as studying partners. MadeInMaidFamily is one of the many trade schools in Tokyo, so its founders have come up with an enticing way of making sure that they attract male students in a very competitive market. Located in Shibuya the programming school hopes that the pretty maids will keep their male students coming back, motivating them to hone their skills. The lessons are designed to encourage interaction between students with the maids asking and offering help to the guys. However, simply hiring attractive girls to keep male students paying for programming courses would most likely have been frowned upon by the general public, so the school came up with a solution by offering the maids the opportunity to also learn programming, also increasing their chances of securing better employment in the future. Naturally the maids don???t pay the 2,000 yen ($18) fee for the three-hour lesson, but they do study alongside the paying students, who they greet with ??sOkaeri nasaimase??? (??sWelcome home,???), when they walk through the door. That???s apparently the salutation used at Japanese maid cafes. The maid trend has really taken off in Japan recently. Whereas before they only had maid cafes, you now have other themed services as well, like maid gyms, and now, maid programming schools! Featuring: Atmosphere Where: Tokyo, Japan When: 02 Oct 2017 Credit: MadeInMaidFamily/Cover Images **EDITORIAL USE ONLY**
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EN_01281369_0008 COV
A trade school in Japan is enticing new students by offering them cute maids as studying partners. MadeInMaidFamily is one of the many trade schools in Tokyo, so its founders have come up with an enticing way of making sure that they attract male students in a very competitive market. Located in Shibuya the programming school hopes that the pretty maids will keep their male students coming back, motivating them to hone their skills. The lessons are designed to encourage interaction between students with the maids asking and offering help to the guys. However, simply hiring attractive girls to keep male students paying for programming courses would most likely have been frowned upon by the general public, so the school came up with a solution by offering the maids the opportunity to also learn programming, also increasing their chances of securing better employment in the future. Naturally the maids don???t pay the 2,000 yen ($18) fee for the three-hour lesson, but they do study alongside the paying students, who they greet with ??sOkaeri nasaimase??? (??sWelcome home,???), when they walk through the door. That???s apparently the salutation used at Japanese maid cafes. The maid trend has really taken off in Japan recently. Whereas before they only had maid cafes, you now have other themed services as well, like maid gyms, and now, maid programming schools! Featuring: Atmosphere Where: Tokyo, Japan When: 02 Oct 2017 Credit: MadeInMaidFamily/Cover Images **EDITORIAL USE ONLY**
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EN_01281369_0009 COV
A trade school in Japan is enticing new students by offering them cute maids as studying partners. MadeInMaidFamily is one of the many trade schools in Tokyo, so its founders have come up with an enticing way of making sure that they attract male students in a very competitive market. Located in Shibuya the programming school hopes that the pretty maids will keep their male students coming back, motivating them to hone their skills. The lessons are designed to encourage interaction between students with the maids asking and offering help to the guys. However, simply hiring attractive girls to keep male students paying for programming courses would most likely have been frowned upon by the general public, so the school came up with a solution by offering the maids the opportunity to also learn programming, also increasing their chances of securing better employment in the future. Naturally the maids don???t pay the 2,000 yen ($18) fee for the three-hour lesson, but they do study alongside the paying students, who they greet with ??sOkaeri nasaimase??? (??sWelcome home,???), when they walk through the door. That???s apparently the salutation used at Japanese maid cafes. The maid trend has really taken off in Japan recently. Whereas before they only had maid cafes, you now have other themed services as well, like maid gyms, and now, maid programming schools! Featuring: Atmosphere Where: Tokyo, Japan When: 02 Oct 2017 Credit: MadeInMaidFamily/Cover Images **EDITORIAL USE ONLY**
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EN_01281369_0010 COV
A trade school in Japan is enticing new students by offering them cute maids as studying partners. MadeInMaidFamily is one of the many trade schools in Tokyo, so its founders have come up with an enticing way of making sure that they attract male students in a very competitive market. Located in Shibuya the programming school hopes that the pretty maids will keep their male students coming back, motivating them to hone their skills. The lessons are designed to encourage interaction between students with the maids asking and offering help to the guys. However, simply hiring attractive girls to keep male students paying for programming courses would most likely have been frowned upon by the general public, so the school came up with a solution by offering the maids the opportunity to also learn programming, also increasing their chances of securing better employment in the future. Naturally the maids don???t pay the 2,000 yen ($18) fee for the three-hour lesson, but they do study alongside the paying students, who they greet with ??sOkaeri nasaimase??? (??sWelcome home,???), when they walk through the door. That???s apparently the salutation used at Japanese maid cafes. The maid trend has really taken off in Japan recently. Whereas before they only had maid cafes, you now have other themed services as well, like maid gyms, and now, maid programming schools! Featuring: Atmosphere Where: Tokyo, Japan When: 02 Oct 2017 Credit: MadeInMaidFamily/Cover Images **EDITORIAL USE ONLY**
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EN_01281369_0011 COV
A trade school in Japan is enticing new students by offering them cute maids as studying partners. MadeInMaidFamily is one of the many trade schools in Tokyo, so its founders have come up with an enticing way of making sure that they attract male students in a very competitive market. Located in Shibuya the programming school hopes that the pretty maids will keep their male students coming back, motivating them to hone their skills. The lessons are designed to encourage interaction between students with the maids asking and offering help to the guys. However, simply hiring attractive girls to keep male students paying for programming courses would most likely have been frowned upon by the general public, so the school came up with a solution by offering the maids the opportunity to also learn programming, also increasing their chances of securing better employment in the future. Naturally the maids don???t pay the 2,000 yen ($18) fee for the three-hour lesson, but they do study alongside the paying students, who they greet with ??sOkaeri nasaimase??? (??sWelcome home,???), when they walk through the door. That???s apparently the salutation used at Japanese maid cafes. The maid trend has really taken off in Japan recently. Whereas before they only had maid cafes, you now have other themed services as well, like maid gyms, and now, maid programming schools! Featuring: Atmosphere Where: Tokyo, Japan When: 02 Oct 2017 Credit: MadeInMaidFamily/Cover Images **EDITORIAL USE ONLY**
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EN_01281369_0012 COV
A trade school in Japan is enticing new students by offering them cute maids as studying partners. MadeInMaidFamily is one of the many trade schools in Tokyo, so its founders have come up with an enticing way of making sure that they attract male students in a very competitive market. Located in Shibuya the programming school hopes that the pretty maids will keep their male students coming back, motivating them to hone their skills. The lessons are designed to encourage interaction between students with the maids asking and offering help to the guys. However, simply hiring attractive girls to keep male students paying for programming courses would most likely have been frowned upon by the general public, so the school came up with a solution by offering the maids the opportunity to also learn programming, also increasing their chances of securing better employment in the future. Naturally the maids don???t pay the 2,000 yen ($18) fee for the three-hour lesson, but they do study alongside the paying students, who they greet with ??sOkaeri nasaimase??? (??sWelcome home,???), when they walk through the door. That???s apparently the salutation used at Japanese maid cafes. The maid trend has really taken off in Japan recently. Whereas before they only had maid cafes, you now have other themed services as well, like maid gyms, and now, maid programming schools! Featuring: Atmosphere Where: Tokyo, Japan When: 02 Oct 2017 Credit: MadeInMaidFamily/Cover Images **EDITORIAL USE ONLY**
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EN_01281369_0013 COV
A trade school in Japan is enticing new students by offering them cute maids as studying partners. MadeInMaidFamily is one of the many trade schools in Tokyo, so its founders have come up with an enticing way of making sure that they attract male students in a very competitive market. Located in Shibuya the programming school hopes that the pretty maids will keep their male students coming back, motivating them to hone their skills. The lessons are designed to encourage interaction between students with the maids asking and offering help to the guys. However, simply hiring attractive girls to keep male students paying for programming courses would most likely have been frowned upon by the general public, so the school came up with a solution by offering the maids the opportunity to also learn programming, also increasing their chances of securing better employment in the future. Naturally the maids don???t pay the 2,000 yen ($18) fee for the three-hour lesson, but they do study alongside the paying students, who they greet with ??sOkaeri nasaimase??? (??sWelcome home,???), when they walk through the door. That???s apparently the salutation used at Japanese maid cafes. The maid trend has really taken off in Japan recently. Whereas before they only had maid cafes, you now have other themed services as well, like maid gyms, and now, maid programming schools! Featuring: Atmosphere Where: Tokyo, Japan When: 02 Oct 2017 Credit: MadeInMaidFamily/Cover Images **EDITORIAL USE ONLY**
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EN_01281369_0014 COV
A trade school in Japan is enticing new students by offering them cute maids as studying partners. MadeInMaidFamily is one of the many trade schools in Tokyo, so its founders have come up with an enticing way of making sure that they attract male students in a very competitive market. Located in Shibuya the programming school hopes that the pretty maids will keep their male students coming back, motivating them to hone their skills. The lessons are designed to encourage interaction between students with the maids asking and offering help to the guys. However, simply hiring attractive girls to keep male students paying for programming courses would most likely have been frowned upon by the general public, so the school came up with a solution by offering the maids the opportunity to also learn programming, also increasing their chances of securing better employment in the future. Naturally the maids don???t pay the 2,000 yen ($18) fee for the three-hour lesson, but they do study alongside the paying students, who they greet with ??sOkaeri nasaimase??? (??sWelcome home,???), when they walk through the door. That???s apparently the salutation used at Japanese maid cafes. The maid trend has really taken off in Japan recently. Whereas before they only had maid cafes, you now have other themed services as well, like maid gyms, and now, maid programming schools! Featuring: Atmosphere Where: Tokyo, Japan When: 02 Oct 2017 Credit: MadeInMaidFamily/Cover Images **EDITORIAL USE ONLY**
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EN_01281369_0015 COV
A trade school in Japan is enticing new students by offering them cute maids as studying partners. MadeInMaidFamily is one of the many trade schools in Tokyo, so its founders have come up with an enticing way of making sure that they attract male students in a very competitive market. Located in Shibuya the programming school hopes that the pretty maids will keep their male students coming back, motivating them to hone their skills. The lessons are designed to encourage interaction between students with the maids asking and offering help to the guys. However, simply hiring attractive girls to keep male students paying for programming courses would most likely have been frowned upon by the general public, so the school came up with a solution by offering the maids the opportunity to also learn programming, also increasing their chances of securing better employment in the future. Naturally the maids don???t pay the 2,000 yen ($18) fee for the three-hour lesson, but they do study alongside the paying students, who they greet with ??sOkaeri nasaimase??? (??sWelcome home,???), when they walk through the door. That???s apparently the salutation used at Japanese maid cafes. The maid trend has really taken off in Japan recently. Whereas before they only had maid cafes, you now have other themed services as well, like maid gyms, and now, maid programming schools! Featuring: Atmosphere Where: Tokyo, Japan When: 02 Oct 2017 Credit: MadeInMaidFamily/Cover Images **EDITORIAL USE ONLY**
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EN_01281369_0016 COV
A trade school in Japan is enticing new students by offering them cute maids as studying partners. MadeInMaidFamily is one of the many trade schools in Tokyo, so its founders have come up with an enticing way of making sure that they attract male students in a very competitive market. Located in Shibuya the programming school hopes that the pretty maids will keep their male students coming back, motivating them to hone their skills. The lessons are designed to encourage interaction between students with the maids asking and offering help to the guys. However, simply hiring attractive girls to keep male students paying for programming courses would most likely have been frowned upon by the general public, so the school came up with a solution by offering the maids the opportunity to also learn programming, also increasing their chances of securing better employment in the future. Naturally the maids don???t pay the 2,000 yen ($18) fee for the three-hour lesson, but they do study alongside the paying students, who they greet with ??sOkaeri nasaimase??? (??sWelcome home,???), when they walk through the door. That???s apparently the salutation used at Japanese maid cafes. The maid trend has really taken off in Japan recently. Whereas before they only had maid cafes, you now have other themed services as well, like maid gyms, and now, maid programming schools! Featuring: Atmosphere Where: Tokyo, Japan When: 02 Oct 2017 Credit: MadeInMaidFamily/Cover Images **EDITORIAL USE ONLY**
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EN_01281369_0017 COV
A trade school in Japan is enticing new students by offering them cute maids as studying partners. MadeInMaidFamily is one of the many trade schools in Tokyo, so its founders have come up with an enticing way of making sure that they attract male students in a very competitive market. Located in Shibuya the programming school hopes that the pretty maids will keep their male students coming back, motivating them to hone their skills. The lessons are designed to encourage interaction between students with the maids asking and offering help to the guys. However, simply hiring attractive girls to keep male students paying for programming courses would most likely have been frowned upon by the general public, so the school came up with a solution by offering the maids the opportunity to also learn programming, also increasing their chances of securing better employment in the future. Naturally the maids don???t pay the 2,000 yen ($18) fee for the three-hour lesson, but they do study alongside the paying students, who they greet with ??sOkaeri nasaimase??? (??sWelcome home,???), when they walk through the door. That???s apparently the salutation used at Japanese maid cafes. The maid trend has really taken off in Japan recently. Whereas before they only had maid cafes, you now have other themed services as well, like maid gyms, and now, maid programming schools! Featuring: Atmosphere Where: Tokyo, Japan When: 02 Oct 2017 Credit: MadeInMaidFamily/Cover Images **EDITORIAL USE ONLY**
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A trade school in Japan is enticing new students by offering them cute maids as studying partners. MadeInMaidFamily is one of the many trade schools in Tokyo, so its founders have come up with an enticing way of making sure that they attract male students in a very competitive market. Located in Shibuya the programming school hopes that the pretty maids will keep their male students coming back, motivating them to hone their skills. The lessons are designed to encourage interaction between students with the maids asking and offering help to the guys. However, simply hiring attractive girls to keep male students paying for programming courses would most likely have been frowned upon by the general public, so the school came up with a solution by offering the maids the opportunity to also learn programming, also increasing their chances of securing better employment in the future. Naturally the maids don???t pay the 2,000 yen ($18) fee for the three-hour lesson, but they do study alongside the paying students, who they greet with ??sOkaeri nasaimase??? (??sWelcome home,???), when they walk through the door. That???s apparently the salutation used at Japanese maid cafes. The maid trend has really taken off in Japan recently. Whereas before they only had maid cafes, you now have other themed services as well, like maid gyms, and now, maid programming schools! Featuring: Atmosphere Where: Tokyo, Japan When: 02 Oct 2017 Credit: MadeInMaidFamily/Cover Images **EDITORIAL USE ONLY**
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