Advice On Services In Chiba.

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  1. Raine

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    Hi guys, this marks my first post here at TAG :) For all privacy concerns, please call me Raine.

    I am currently looking for some services in the Chiba area and I also need some advice on them...

    So as all of you are aware... the peak of summer is now upon us here in the land of Japan and the heat is really getting to me these days. Stress from work and so on, I've built up on a lot of agitation within this heat raid. Not to mention my AC remote broke today(!), which kept me on the edge of my heart thawing out;;

    Then a couple days ago, my mate suggested I go to the "Red Light District"; which I simply nudged off. Since when I was back in my country, I was in a long (almost a decade) genuine relationship. So, I never put any attention into the whole Services idea.

    Anyhow, it's soon to be almost 2 years since I am single again; I thought it's about time I act like a single and enjoy the good life.

    So taking my mates suggestion, I decided to try it out. BUT! I have no idea what is what... he did happen to mention topics like pink salons and health delivery(?) and I have no clue :(

    Please give a beginner like me some advice o' masters! Like what type of service is best for first-timers and where I can go to blow off some steam (literally...).

    Also, after reading some posts I found that most services do not allow foreigners. So please note that I am actually half Japanese, so there would be no issue there.
     
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    Welcome to TAG!

    If you are half-Japanese, and can read/speak Japanese well you'll have little problem getting service. I'd just google 千葉 (Chiba) and デリヘル (delivery health) and ラブホテル or ピンサロ, and just see what's out there. Most limitations for foreigners is mainly language-based. Hopefully some others can contribute with some Chiba-specific recommendations, but the best advice I can give you is to do some research and be a little adventurous. Please share any intel you find in your adventures. Happy hobbying!
     
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    Thanks for your reply.

    The problem is, my Kanji SUCKS haha I lived overseas for pretty much my entire life and it's only been a year since I came back to Japan for work. I can read Hiragana and Katakana fine, but Kanji just goes over my head;;
     
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    @Raine - I really recommend just studying some of the most common words or phrases in Kanji, just to give you a step up to figuring out some things.

    I'm terrible about 2nd or 3rd languages, but if I can pickup Kanji, anyone can. I'm really that stupid when it comes to languages. Honestly, pick out some common kanji you see and learn what it is. @meiji has done a good job in maintaining it.
     
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    The best advice I can give is just show up and see if they take foreigners or call certain places and see if they do. If there are any information centers (案内所) in that part of town they can probably help you. Has worked with me. And NEVER EVER trust street touts unless they are standing to the door of their exact business.
     
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    Yeah... Japanese is so difficult. It's the best thing we can learn Japanese while we stay in Japan. It helps to enjoy all kinds things a lot.
    If you go to a sightseeing spot in a big city, there are some people who speak English, but we can't expect much in a local town. And red district... that's one of the most old-fashioned adult entertainment in Japan, I think. I can imagine easily those people are scared at big foreigners who don't speak any Japanese but "Konchiwa" or "Arigatoo" lol
    So you are in CHiba? I do not know if this is the service you want, but I believe it is worth to check.
    An erotic massage escort for English speakers by an almost nude girl licking your nipples and making you smell her wet puss. They give nuru nuru gel massage to your penis instead of BJ or sex. I like their service.
    Chiba Escort Erotic Massage CLub http://www.chiba-escort-erotic-massage.com/top.php
    If you want at least BJ, they seem to open a health, too. But it's in Tokyo. Well, Tokyo is less than 1 hour from Chiba though...
    Good luck!
     

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