This post was originally published on 15 February 2017 at 10:49 AM EST. It was updated on 21 February to add several additional tweets by JAM Akihabara at the end of the post.
JAM Akihabara cafe (Twitter: @jam_akihabara) is holding a second themed cafe event with St. Michael Girls’ School to promote the release of the music album Party Time!, scheduled for release on 22 February 2017. This second cafe will be held from 14-23 February and feature all menu items from the first event.
This second cafe adds three new menu items—two of which are themed after Maidens of Michael—a payment-based raffle for the autographed cardboard standees seen in the previous event, and new coasters by The New Generation artist Aida Takanobu. The information below includes only details for the second event from St. Michael Girls’ School’s website on the event and has been translated by Ralen.
The JAM Akihabara A Kiss For The Petals Collaboration Cafe is back for a limited time, from 2/14 through 2/23.
This time, the Collaboration Cafe is offering six additional coasters featuring six new couples drawn by Aida Takanobu.
Cutout Standee Giveaway Campaign
For every ¥3,000 in sales (includes food, beverage, and merchandise), you will receive an entry ticket.
01. Nanami and Yuuna
02. Mai and Reo
03. Hazuki and Manami
For every ¥3,000 spent, you will receive a single entry form.
(each form is good for one entry)
Winners will be informed upon receipt of prize.
Runa’s Demanded Pancakes – ¥1,000
Full of Takako’s Love!
The heart-shaped wafer cake is made with delicious maple syrup!
Maidens of Michael (non-alcoholic) – ¥750
Even a St. Michael’s student can drink it! Appropriate for all ages!
Bursting with the sweet innocence(?) of strawberry and Calpis Soda.
Sweet Flower Garden (cocktail) – ¥850
A head-over-heels grown-up flavor for the teachers! Made with vodka!
It’ll make you forget everything as it all blurs together…
“Sweet Flower Garden” (甘い花園 Amai Hanazono) is the first ending theme in A Kiss For The Petals, first appearing in the visual novel Photograph of Affection.
The following are tweets by St. Michael Girls’ School and JAM Akihabara showing the environment for the second themed cafe.