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  1. db2j

    db2j TAG Member

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    Hello,

    I am a Newbie here. I have visited Japan before, but don't quite speak the language.
    I have two questions and would like to request your help:

    1. How do I go about finding out if a hotel is guest friendly?
    2. Apart from AM, [closed], are there any other options for a visiting Gaijin, who has zero language skills?

    I read some of the recent reviews, but it appears that the other establishments are not Gaijin friendly. Did I miss something?

    Thank you in advance.

    -D
     
  2. Panda989

    Panda989 Super Fantastic Member

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    well the love hotels are always there for yah. good thing to look for is if its got rates for "rest" <-- thats the one you want or "stay" <----all night. if your at a western hotel most if not all could care less what walks in the door, but i cant say no matter how many i have seen walk in and out of my hotels anything that was so outlandish that someone woud stop the girl, but the best western hotels are ones that dont require a key to the lifts. The ANA for example is a good option. That way you dont need to do any work, they just go right to the room. again it depends on where you are. Minato has many western hotels, but not a huge supply of love hotels, i think i only know of a few, but in some areas there are a lot more options.

    the best place to look for a provider that is trusted (or at least well known) is in the escort reviews section you will find a list of known providers, but you can always ask around or PM someone to get some help. everyone has their favorites, at whatever price point you want to be at, non japanese however are locked out of some of the most amazing japanese women on order, but women like kitty will make you not give a shit of what you cant have, and be amazed at what you can have. expect that you will have some good and some bad, but for me i can say that i have had more good then bad over the years.
     
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    Panda989 - Thanks a bunch for the prompt response.
    I am looking at the hotels around the Tokyo station (Shinkansen).

    As for options - can anybody comment on whether other agencies (OL Style, Betty, etc.) would accept a gaijin with no language skills? I have been in Japan and understand the etiquette and am very careful about not screwing things up for fellow hobbyists. :)

    Thanks
     
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    if you are looking for delivery health there are many options, the person on the phone will speak english just dont expect the girl to in most cases. my japanese is absolute shit, but i havent had any issues when i stick with known agencies that cater to my kind. reality is if you can say hello and goodbye you can muddle your way through the event with little issue. i would say that if your looking for a love hotel that may be hard to sort out with the people on the phone so i would reccomend either calling when you get to the hotel, or have a normal hotel that your already at and just have her go to your room.

    take a look here for some options
    http://erolin.net/?ac=top&ageflag=yes&lang=en&egu=97216d94lros06qu8qsqlr8v02

    i dont stay in any of the hotels in that area so i am not very helpful in that regard.
     
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