Akihabara, also known as "Akiba," is a district in Tokyo famous for its electronic and anime culture. It is a hub for otaku culture and often referred to as the "Electric Town" due to its numerous electronic stores, manga and anime shops, video game arcades, and cosplay shops. Akihabara is also known for its bustling nightlife and maid cafes, where customers can be served by waitresses dressed in French maid costumes. In recent years, Akihabara has become a center for Japanese pop culture and hosts many events and exhibitions related to anime, manga, and video games. Akihabara's unique and colorful atmosphere makes it a popular destination for both locals and tourists seeking a taste of Japan's vibrant pop culture scene.