Hi All – Nice to see this place back up and running! I’d like to start this thread in an effort to find out which Pink Salons in and around Tokyo are foreigner friendly, and to what degree we mean ‘friendly’... To kick things off I’ll list 3 here that I have experience with, I’m white (British) and my Nihongo level is.. well.. less than I would like in the way that I can express myself however the grammar is clearly broken/messed up. Hinomaru Location: Shinjuku (Kabukicho) URL: http://www.hinomaru-caba.com Price/System: BBJ 20mins 4000~ Info: No-one has a problem here it’s like the default, service & price wise pretty good – the girl really lets you pretty much do what you want while being serviced. Women could be a little younger at times but that’s personal I guess, overall no complaints. Jan Jan Location: Sugamo URL: ? Map: http://tinyurl.com/3onkeec (it’s the Red sign with white vertical writing B1) Price/System: BBJ 20mins 3000 Info: Like Hinomaru this place is very foreigner friendly no one will have any issues here, it’s the cheapest of the 3 however it’s no less fun. I find that this and Hinomaru are interchangeable and if you look on a map to figure out which ones closest any is OK as service is similar. Emotion/Dio Location: Gotanda: URL: http://www.emotion.vc/ & http://www.dio.bz/ Price/System: BBJ 7000 40 minute 2 girl rotation (I’m only ever offered that option) Info: Both these stores are in the same building and are connected – I believe that Emotion is upstairs and that’s the one the touts let you in. Most expensive of the 3 here however you do get 2 goes if you want that go I guess it evens out. Girls seem younger than Jan Jan or Hinomaru and range from mid 20’s to mid 30’s. I’ve never had a problem getting in and the service has always been good with the girls pretty uninhibited and friendly. I’d be interested to hear your own experiences with the above and list any additional places that can be explored. Please provide links / names / maps if you can to make finding these treasures easier for the group. Cheers!