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While in most countries when someone is seen dressed as a “maid” it mostly means she’s there to clean your house and do your dishes or that it’s a costume. In Japan, however, the maid uniform has become somewhat of a popular icon specially in the world of anime, manga, gaming, and cosplay. Japanese otaku culture has popularized it as cute, sexy, and even gothic. Maid outfits often appear in Japanese anime, manga, and games and recently it’s not all too strange for cosplayers to portray characters in maid outfits even if they originally do not wear a maid outfit in their respective shows or manga. That said, here’s a maid outfit version of Mashuu Kyrielight from Fate/Grand Order by Shimotsuki. Enjoy!

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