Anyone willing to help me book appointment(s) with Soapland?

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  1. singlehope

    singlehope TAG Member

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    I have read many wonderful/helpful reviews on this board. Special thanks to all who contributed.

    I will visit Tokyo soon. I have done research on gaijin-friendly soapland providers and girls, and now wish to book appointments. Drawing from the knowledge shared at this board, I understand booking appointments could make a significant difference. I do not speak Japanese. I hope someone on this board could help me booking appointments.

    If you are willing to help, please reply and I will provide you with the time/girl/date

    Thanks a lot
     
  2. Steve.nw

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    If you can't make an appointment, you can just walk in at Darling Harbour (darling-h.com). Of course, you'll have to choose from who's available at the time, but in my experience, the girls are pretty damn good looking and very friendly.
     
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    Steve what is the best time to go to Darling Harbor & what is the total cost if I may ask? Thanks in advance.
     
  4. eamond

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    Seems to be a good place to ask Q's without the need to post another thread as well :)

    Does anyone have any list of ganjin-friendly soaplands around south part? Particularly around Shinagawa area as I may not have mobile access during my stay in Tokyo, and it seems to be a fair bit of way to travel to Yoshihara... :DThanks
     
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    Best time? That I do not know. It is pricey, but they welcome foreigners with open arms, and they're fluent English speakers. Check this thread for more detailed info:

    http://forum.tokyoadultguide.com/es...ews/5975-review-darling-harbor-yoshiwara.html

    The good: you don't need an appointment (so of course you don't need a local phone number), it's a pleasant walk from the train station, and they're nice to you.

    The bad: just because you don't need an appointment doesn't mean there will be anyone available to service you when you arrive, and like I said before, it's fucking pricey.

    Map: http://goo.gl/V5NzE
     
    #5 Steve.nw, May 16, 2013
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