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First Class Experience with Hirosune Suzu at B Lalique Soapland in Fukuoka

Discussion in 'Esute/Pink Salon/Massage Reviews' started by otoro, Mar 18, 2018.

  1. otoro

    otoro TAG Member

    Dec 29, 2016
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    Service and/or Provider's Name:
    B Lalique Soapland in Fukuoka

    Date of Encounter:
    February 2018 (8:00 PM)

    Contact Method:
    http://tbg-co.jp/bldeux/home.html 092 262 1091

    Appointment Length & Costs:
    65 minutes/ ¥32,000

    Man Man Building. The font is stylized so I’m not sure if it’s correct but here Google’s map coordinate (https://www.google.com.ph/maps/plac...ce638f2f!8m2!3d33.5909575!4d130.4086788?hl=en) 5th floor of the building

    Language Notes:
    Japanese only. My Japanese is rudimentary at best. I used Google Translate before hand to prepare key questions. Fortunately my pronunciation is above average.

    Details of the Encounter:
    Physical Description: 70% of the photo. She was not my first choice but she was rated #1 so hey…as always she looks more like early to mid 30s rather than stated age of 25. She maintained herself well. Bonus for nice porcelain skin and good complexion. Another bonus for actually having grabable ass.

    Details (The Negotiation):

    My first review. Shout out to Goshogawara without his review (https://tokyoadultguide.com/threads/soapland-sakuraya-unification-nakasu-fukuoka.10747/) I won’t even find this place.

    From the review, I can tell that this is one of those luxury class soap. I noticed these soaps don’t use/need touts to drum-up business. They also tend to not have gaudy big signs. They tend to be discreet but still have good number of regular clientele because their service speak for itself. Of course these luxury soaplands tend to have higher foreigner rejection rate and with my very rudimentary Japanese, it’s something I prefer to venture into with my local friends (who are not with me on this trip).

    After two days of crappy experience with other seaplanes in the Fukuoka area, B Lalique is a good final reprieve for me. My travel buddy and I have been targeting these classy discreet soap and the review spurred me to action.

    While I couldn’t find H-1 building per the other review, Google Map leads to close enough to allow me to stumble into the place. Again, just look for building with signs (no big photos of girls etc). The group occupied two floors (5 and 6) but I went up to 5th floor per the review as I hope it’ll give me best chance of getting in.

    Reception was nice. The customer service (he deserves much higher classification than “touts”). He asked me to sit and wait as he tended to another customer. I noticed there are 2 customer service guys. After 5 minutes or so he brought over the photo book.

    The first choice I asked for doesn’t work. The second choice I asked for I had to wait until 11pm (it was 7:15 when I got in). Damn…I totally forgot to prepare the phrase “Can I make reservation and I’ll come back at 11pm” Since my conversation flow with him still going well and I don’t want to freak him out yet that I’m not Japanese (physically I can usually pass for one). So I go to my third option, Hirosue. Yoshimoto (I believe that was the name) said she’ll be available at 8pm (note: it’s super useful to at least know the number for both time as well well as price…luckily those are the ones I actually know well enough). I confirmed Hirosue and was ushered to waiting area which looks more like classy bar. Nice.

    Yoshimoto went behind counter and asked my preferred drink. Then he came around to ask me which price I choose (I actually didn’t know this one so I stumbled a bit before figuring what he asked). I asked “how much” since that word was easy and I didn’t know how to say “may I see the menu”. I confirmed 65 minutes course at 32k Yen (no gaijin tax yeah!) and he confirmed that if I want mat play I need to get at least 80 minutes course. By this time I’m sure he knows I’m not Japanese but everything still going smoothly. Final words is to confirm use of condom…again it threw me off initially because pronunciation sounds like condo. So if you here ‘condo’ just nod yes.

    Watch my personal TV and had some drink while eating. Another customer service guy came in mid way to see if I need to use toilet (which I did) and brought me there. Another hot towel after I came out of toilet.

    Details (The Encounter):

    Finally it was time and Yoshimoto escorted me to the room. Upon my entrance to the room, Hirosue was on that knees in that traditional Japanese greeting pose of utmost courtesy. Whoa. The room resembled 5 stars hotel, definitely several levels higher than my last 3 soaplands where those rooms were older, dark and dingy.

    As typical, Hirosue is older than her photo (I’m guessing late 20s early 30s. About 70% of the photo I would say. That’s better than previous one where 2 of the girls had 0% resemblance. But wonderfully white and creamy smooth skin.

    Hirosue started tried to make conversation but I asked her to keep it to the minimal since I had a hard time understanding and my 3G crapped out so no help from Google Translate. Obviously no problem with me not being Japanese.

    Man, the room was nice. Nicer and roomier than my 4 stars hotel I was staying on the trip. Hirosue asked me something about “mat-play.” I couldn’t understand the rest but I thought she was asking if I would like to upgrade my package to include “mat-play.” Since we had nice chemistry and she’s close enough to her photo I accepted. Later I figured out that she meant if I wanted Matt-play, I could but it’s only one shot. That was really nice of her actually because usually mat-play is only available for 90 minutes course or higher.

    The shower/wash on that plastic stool was skillfully nice and were once again better than all other soaplands I’d been to (not many but still). Then made my way to bathtub where she asked me for my preference for bath salts and handed me toothbrush and mouth wash.

    After cleaning up and prepping the mat, she joined me in the tub where I had nice and slow BBBJ in the tub. Then it’s on to the mat. The last time I had mat-play was in Bangkok and that was 7 years ago. Once again, very skilled. At one point, she capped me and we basically had sex on the mat. Blew my load. She cleaned me up. Back to the living room part of the room where we had small talk and she served me more drinks. Gave me her card so I can call on her again in the future and along with a gift package. Before I left the room, once more time on her knee bowing down thanking me for using her service. Wow.

    Final Thoughts:
    Recommended, Will Repeat.

    Closing Comments:
    After two seriously bad experiences, Hirosue at B Lalique is exactly what I need to finish off my trip on a good note. When you think about it, 32k which is just 6-8k Yen more versus the other two (22k and 26k), the difference is night and day.
    #1 otoro, Mar 18, 2018
    Last edited: Mar 18, 2018
  2. Macansx

    Macansx TAG Member

    Jan 24, 2017
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    Do you know if they accept non Japanese Asians ?
  3. TheScientist

    TheScientist TAG Member

    Jul 28, 2014
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    These two places sound really amazing, thanks for the reviews.
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  4. Hofmeyer

    Hofmeyer TAG Member

    Nov 15, 2013
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    Read the review again.
  5. Macansx

    Macansx TAG Member

    Jan 24, 2017
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    Sorry I just wanted to be clear cause he said he managed to get in but it was mainly cause he could speak elementary Japanese .

    Am wondering if anyone could introduce some luxury soaps that accepts foreigners
  6. MikeH

    MikeH Presumably Male

    May 8, 2016
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    I know right! Don't you just wish there was a forum where all that information was gathered in an easily searchable way?
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  7. Frenchhorn

    Frenchhorn TAG Member

    Dec 22, 2017
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    I only spent a few days in Fukuoka a while back, and I speak rudimentary Japanese, but the tout at Virgo told me many Soaplands in Fukuoka accept foreigners due to the many (many many) Chinese and Korean tourists who visit Fukuoka.

    As long as you understand the system and prepare a few phrases (or google translate) to make communication less awkward, a large proportion of the shops should offer you service.

    At the end of the day soaplands are like any other business. A customer is a customer. Do what the rest of us did and set your budget, do your research, and just go and enjoy yourself.

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