Has Anyone Tried Last Scene Soapland?

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  1. Sato69

    Sato69 New Member

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    I recently stumbled upon this website: www.l-scene.com

    Has anyone tried this soapland and know if they're gaijin friendly? Also, since I can't read Japanese, is the price just the entrance fee or is it the whole fee? If anyone can figure this out for me, I'd greatly appreciate it as I am considering making a trip here on my next visit to Tokyo.

    Thanks
     
  2. Ryokun

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    i don't know if that place is gaijin friendly but the bath entry fee is 25k + 50k for the girl + eventually gaijin tax.
    If you have a Japanese friend you should ask him to make a call and ask or directly drop by the place
     
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    How do you know it's 50 K?
     
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    most of the time it's calculate like this : bath entry fee x 3.
    but seems like I was mistaken
    just found back the Japanese site I was using when I was playing at Yoshiwara

    http://ns.soaplanddata.com/yoshiwara/
    you can see that last scene is listed as sogaku 65k
     
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    bichan2 TAG Member

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    I believe this to be true for your higher end soaplands such as landmark but some of the cheaper ones may not be as much.
     
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    yeah seems like i was mistaken
    just updated my previous post
     
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    It does accept non-Japanese customers, but only when women who can serve them are at work. And like Ryokun mentioned, it costs a lot more than 25,000. You should assume at least 65,000 in total.
     
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    Was there any mention of a gaijin charge?
     

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