Saopland with Nuru Massage

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  1. Suzaku

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    Hi everybody,

    Does someone have a recent list of good soapland in Tokyo (and cheaper than possible) ? And potentially Gaijin Friendly ?

    I would try Nuru massage, and some FS or BBBJ it's possible.
    Is that all soapland make Nuru Massage ? And do we need to ask before ?
    Is there always a "gaijin tax" in soapland ?

    On my side, I found this website :

    - http://www.c-lemon.com/
    - http://www.dream7000.com/ => Total prices between 25000¥ & 35000¥ (depending of the club and prices viewed on the website) + Maybe a Gaijin tax (not confirmed)
    - http://www.kings-club.net/ => 25000¥/70 min, 30000¥/100 min, 35000¥/130 min (total price) + Gaijin tax (10000¥)
    - http://www.soap-aaa.com/
    - http://oushitu.ok-g.net/ => 20000¥ (entrance/bath fees) => Total around 65000¥ + 10000¥ (gaijin tax)
    - http://ascot-c.com/
    - http://www.soap-silkroad.com/
    - http://pepper-mint.jp/ => 25000¥/70 min, 30000¥/100 min, 35000¥/130 min (total price) + Gaijin tax (10000¥) => WARNING: 1 member got the Clam here (03-04-2013)
    - http://www.club-naniwa.com/ => 35000¥/60 min, 48000¥/90 min, 60000¥/120 min (total prices; easy reservation in English & discount via Tokyonights website) + Normally no Gaijin tax
    - http://www.oh-oku.com/ => 17000¥~20000¥ (total price depending on the time and the course) => Maybe 'Gaijin friendly' so no more tax.

    Does someone have already try one of these ?

    PS: I will go to Tokyo with friends from 18th may to 28th may. So if someone want to show us the hidden side of Tokyo, he's welcome :)

    Edit : I update the links with the informations that I found durinf this topic. Thanks for the members who help me to translate some japanese text :)
     
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    Well, I've not been there personally, and I don't know what you consider cheap for a Soapland but according to the tokyonights website Club Naniwa is gaijin friendly, although you have to actually ask for a Nuru massage before you go there. They claim to have some English speaking people to take your phone call too.

    Let us know here if you try them out.
     
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    For me, a cheap soapland will be around 30000¥ for 120 min (max 40000¥) and it's include all tax (like "gaijin tax") :D

    Otherwise, my problem with Club Naniwa is that we won't have phone in our hotel (capsule hotel), so we can't reserve by phone. And if we go to the club, I think that we won't have the discount. So it will be 48000¥ for 90 min when I can have 17000¥-20000¥ for 80 min at Oh-Oku :s

    In any cases, we will do a report of the one we will choose :)
     
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    From my conversations with them, Oushitsu is gaijin-friendly (I haven't actually been there yet), but I was speaking Japanese -- I'm not sure whether they will see non-Japanese speakers. They also ain't cheap.

    Generally, if you don't have access to a phone and don't speak Japanese, I'm afraid that you are going to get some pretty poor service and/or not have an attractive girl if you are setting your price level where its at. Doing a walk-up at a soapland (or really any appointment-based establishment) is a crapshoot and you'll usually end up with the girls that aren't very popular.
     
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    Yep, Oushitsu seems to be also good for price (20000¥ for 120 min I think). But do they apply some other tax ? Because, I can't read a part of their "system" and it's a image, so I can't translate easily :/

    Someone can help me and translate this image, please ?

    Otherwise, if someone will be avaible during my travel to go and help us with one soapland, it will be super :)
     

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    No, the ¥20,000 is just the entrance fee. Oushitsu is ¥65,000 total I think, plus another 10,000 yen for gaijin 'tax'. The kanji 入浴料 basically means 'bathing entrance fee', which doesn't include what you pay the girl.
     
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    OK .... So all the soapland show only their 'entrance fee' on their website ? Or is it possible to find soapland with a max cost of 45000¥ when we are finished (and with a Nuru Massage if possible) ?

    Other way, thank you Meiji for the warning :)

    If possible, someone can translate these images of price and maybe a discount for Oh-Oku, please ? :) (Source: http://www.oh-oku.com/pc/page_system.php)

    I think that it's not only the 'entrance fee', but with the previous post, I prefer to be sure :)

    PS : and I really hate this habit to give important information in a image, for a website :/
     

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    The first image with a whole chart of prices shows the total amount that you pay for certain play durations during different times of day.

    The second image states that you can have a 50 minute course (really short for a soap!) for 9,000 yen on weekdays only, if you are the first customer for a particular provider that day who is on the schedule from 9am. No advanced reservations, and you have to choose the woman at the shop, not online or by phone.

    Let us know where you end up visiting!
     
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    Soaps traditionally showed only the entrance fee, which was from 10,000 to 30,000 yen or so, with the total price usually from 2.5 to 3 times that amount. The normal course was also 130 minutes.

    The last several years many places have set up shorter courses, and also advertised their total price. Look for 総額 in Japanese, which shows the total cost.
     
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    OK, thank you Muku1, I will note this information somewhere for my travel :)

    Just to be sure, the 3 lines under the prices tab in the first image, don't give any other important version ? So, currently, Oh-Oku will cost around 20000¥ for a 80 min course ? (I think there is no 'gaijin tax' because one member on an other topic said it's cost just 12000¥)

    I continue to search some more info about other soapland :)
     
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    First line: 1,000 yen to nominate your provider, as opposed to letting the shop choose for you. This is for 本指名 honshimei, which means that you're choosing a provider that you have already visited at least once.

    The 2,000 yen fee is for something akin to a "scholarship" (特待生, tokutaisei) fee, but I don't know what that means for this shop.

    Second line: Free pick-up service from 11am to 11pm. Pick-up at Asakusa station only on weekdays. (You generally have to make a reservation by phone for this service.)

    Third line: Credit cards not accepted. No charge for nominating your provider from the website or from photos at the shop (only for the first time with a particular woman.)

    Enjoy!:)
     
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    Maybe the Soapland AAA have cheap price :)
    I recognized "Sogaku" in the title but I'm not sure for the rest.

    Can I have again a translation please ? :)

    Source: http://www.soap-aaa.com/system.html
     

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    Hi everyone
    It's been a while that I'm lurking around and thought it was time to make some contribution too.

    Today I went for my first time to a soap land after reading here and there and making myself some research.
    I found some interesting website like this one http://ns.soaplanddata.com/yoshiwara/ Where you can see the sogaku ( full price ) for all soap in yoshiwara and the NS rate ( nama sex / without condom ) for each shop.
    And this website http://www.26style.net where is stored information about every yoshiwara located soap ( you can even get coupon for in the section 割引情報 )
    By checking that website, we can see that there is three kind of soap. The high grade one 高級 for which the sogaku is equal or superior at 50k yen、the general one 大衆 for which the full price goes from 25k to 50k yen and the cheap one 格安 which goes up to 25k yen.

    I don't know the real difference but I can suppose that in the high grade one you have more chance to find young and experience girl ( av girl )

    So for my first experience I went for a cheap one ( trendy ) and this girl http://dream7000.com/companion/np/index.php?id=1265&house_id=6
    I m Asian and I can speak Japanese Lv so it wasn't too difficult to make the reservation for the girl. I arrived there on time. At the entrance I paid the entry fee 入浴料 ( 8k yen ) and was told that I had to paid the rest to the girl directly ( 17 k yen ). By the way, I talk a bit with the tout and he told me that gaijin were ok and that there were no gaijin tax.

    Then The girl came to get me and show me to the room. She wasn't as beautiful as the picture but she was still cute. We talk for a bit, that s when i told her that i wanted to do it with condom because in this soap the ns rate is almost at 100 %.
    Then she went in action ,DFK , 69, DATY , cowgirl, mis , doggy then I shoot my load.
    After that we took a break. She ordered some drinks. We talk for a while. That s when she told me that she was working there for 3 years so she was no more 20 x). She explained me that in the yoshiwara age, a girl who is said to be 20 is in reality in her 23-24 and the girl who is said to be 21 is in reality in her 26-27 and so on. Maybe there is an exception with new girls.
    After the break, we went for the bath on the chair then in the bathtub. She asked me if I wanted to do the nuru massage on the mat, I said yes cause I heard a lot about it and it seems great which it was.
    On the mat, we went in action for the second time but I couldn't come cause we got tired after 20min doing it cowgirl. That s the problem with the mat, it s so slippery that you can't do anything else then in cowgirl and I wanted more. Then the alarm rang and it was time to clean up and put the clothes back on.

    For my first time, it was a nice experience especially the Nuru massage.
    But in my opinion , if you are just looking for action and have only 90 min, you should skip the mat play cause it takes too much time for preparation.

    Overall for 25k is was nice.
    The girl was cute and very talkative.
    Next time, I think I will try a more expensive place to see the difference.
    Hope you had a nice read :)
     

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