soaplands

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  1. ford1980

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    hi guys,

    First time poster here, heading to Tokyo for a very short stay ( 3 nights) end of March.

    I'm not really interested in hostess bars, or an escort service but I do want to take a visit to a Japanese soapland.

    Can anyone recommend the name of a soaplands that accept foreign visitors? My friend can speak Japanese, but we're both super white.

    We're staying near Kabukicho. Hopefully somewhere within walking distance.

    Any idea on rates, even a quick review would be awesome.

    Cheers - appreciate the help.
     
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    There's some soaplands in Shinjuku, but I don't know how many of them accept foreigners. You are more likely to get action in Yoshiwara, I think mainly because it's relatively harder to get to, and thus has to work harder to get customers.

    My suggestion is to look through some of the sites (try http://yosiwarasoap.com) to find a girl you like, and then email or call them to ask if a particular girl will see foreigners -- even at 'foreigner-friendly' soaplands, not all the girls are willing to see foreigners.

    Rates are going to vary wildly depending on the place, whether they add a 'gaijin tax', and the length of visit. They run the gamut from ¥20,000 up to ¥70,000 or more. Generally the charge on the website is just an entry charge, so make sure to ask what the total price is.
     
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    Thanks Meiji - appreciate the feedback!

    As we're only there for a long weekend, I'm trying to get as much info pre-trip as possible. This link is great. I'll take a look at Yosiwara soap.

    Don't want to just wander around the city looking for 'action' as it's my first time in the City and we have a lot of non-perverted things to do too. Ha.

    If anyone else has had a nice experience at a no-fuss, Gaijin friendly joint that's easy to find then I hope to hear it.

    Cheers
     

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