Café Mew MewCafé Mew Mew is the main base of operations for the Mews in Tokyo Mew Mew. On the outside it appears to be a regular café, but in reality the basement is filled with the advanced technology used to start the Mew project. It is owned by Ryou and Keiichiro, and all the Mews are forced to work there when they're not fighting. (At least in the English dub the pay is pretty good).
When the Mews are working at the café, they are required to wear uniforms. They're pretty standard maid uniforms with the body of the dress being the Mew's secondary color and its trim being their main color. They wear a pair of white bloomers under their dress and a white heart-shaped apron with a large bow tied at the back. The coloring of their shoes, socks, and headbands all depend on their color scheme as well.
The café is still the main HQ for the Mews. However, since the Tokyo Mew Mews are away on an extended leave, the Replacement Mew Team takes over the café duties, as well as superhero duties. The uniforms are also different from the ones the original Mew team wear.
The café is run by Victoria Mulcahy under the name Café Shooting Star, with Café Mew Mew being its unofficial nickname as dictated by Trina. The only Mews who actually work there are Helena, Trina, and Abby as the others already had jobs and weren't interested. They also wear different uniforms consisting of black pants and shoes with coloured laces, embroidered white aprons, a long-sleeved shirt, and a ribbon. I will draw these eventually.
Café Mew Mew shut down when Tokyo Mew Mew disbanded. Instead, the Mythical Mew Mews use Café Étoile as their home base. Café Étoile is run by Keiko Ginza, who uses it as a cover for the Mew project.
Similar to Mythical Mew Mew, Café Mew Mew shut down when Tokyo Mew Mew disbanded and went on vacation. Instead, the Magical Mew Mews use Café Magical Pastry as their home base. Café Magical Pastry is run by Daisuke Futaba, who uses it as a cover for the Mew project.
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Café Mew Mew is owned by Akatsuki Ninjin and her friends ever since she forever formed a team with them.
Willow's home was once a café and serves as a slight nod to the original series, even though it is not set in the same universe. The home was originally meant to be a functioning café for the Ensemble Mews to work in before the idea was changed.
The location itself is not unlike that of Café Mew Mew, on a hill overlooking the city with 2 floors and an underground lab. However, unlike Tokyo Mew Mew, it is not located in a park and is more isolated. Rather than being cutesy (aside from maybe the colors), the location is remnant of a San Francisco-style home and looks more like a home-style, small town café one would find in some cities.