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Heading off to Tokyo next month on business and am seriously tempted to punt. Any recommendations, pointers,advice etc etc

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 Take lots the money with you .  :eek:

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Haven't done so myself in Tokyo but looked at quite Agee websites and most appear to offer massaging rather than escorting. There are a lot of escorts too I assume and as wp mentioned they are not cheap. There was one I came across called Sayuri cherry blossom or something like that. I don't think she works from Tokyo but there is supposed to be another girl who does and has fair reviews. There are lots of non Japanese escorts too but again I haven't looked too much into them

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I was in Japan a couple of years ago and the punting scene - if you're looking for full sex - is either bleak or very expensive. I went to Tokyo, Osaka, and Nara.  I found some friendly local ladies who were willing to spend time with me, even taking me to places over weekends, shopping, and so on, but it was clear that they neither offered nor expected anything.  They are welcoming to foreigners superficially, and interested in us and in practising their English, but it is a very closed and pure society and they do not want any sort of integration.  They also have a high moral code and a high standard of living, so there is very little low end prostitution.

 

I did meet a Japanese girl who spoke excellent English as she'd lived in the USA and had a rather more open attitude. Unfortunately she was quite fat, no doubt from the changed dietary habits, but I did manage to get her to my hotel room for a night of rather unsatisfying but free sex.

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For foreign friendly, I would try:

Asian Mystique http://www.asianmystique.com/main_page.html

Darling Harbour http://www.darling-h.com/movie.php

Nasty Dolls http://www.nasty-dolls.jp/

 

If you can read some Japanese:

JK Style http://www.jk-style.tv/pc/home/

 

From my reading up on it for my next trip (mid Nov), then a lot of it depends on who you are (all % are just an example) as it is still a "Japanese only" scene out there.

 

If you are Asian looking, and can speak Japanese fluently then about 95% of the options are available, less if you announce you are not Japanese.

If you are western looking, and can speak Japanese fluently, then you have about 20% chance of the available options being open.

If you are western looking, and can't speak Japanese fluently (less than JLPT N2-3) then you are restricted to very few places "that will service gaijin".

 

In Japan you are generally not guaranteed Full Service and the agencies will not advertise it, it is normally at the girls discretion even when booking options where you may get it.  A lot of agencies will refuse you if you ask for it, so it's not 100% even if you follow all the best advice.  A lot of the time you will get everything but, and this thing called Sumata (putting your dick between her thighs), just remember it's not England and FS is not common.

 

There are a few different options you can try:

Independents - Don't really exist, things like backpage, and craigslist are so cluttered with fake profiles that it's almost pointless trying them, and unless you can read Japanese you will struggle

Pink Salons - Blowjob bar.  Some of these are seats where you get 1 or 2 women that will take you to completion, can often be open rooms where there is no privacy.  Some will let the odd western person in.

Fashion Health - Incall, you choose a woman and take her up to a room in the same building.

Hotel Health - As Fashion Health but you go to a Hotel once girl is chosen.

Delivery Health - These are where women are delivered to your hotel, or to a Love Hotel (all of the recommended ones above are these)

Soaplands - Think this is the only guaranteed FS out there, but can't find details of any of these at the moment that will take a foreigner.

 

Avoid things like hostess bars etc. especially if you are not fluent in Japanese, as paying to have a girl sit with you that you can't communicate with can get very boring, and you pay by the hour.  Same thing for maid cafe's etc.  If you do need a "western" fix, head to Roppongi, but I hated it last time I was there, far too pushy and touts everywhere.  It all depends on your language skills though, as Tokyo isn't too bad but you may still struggle as not many have a good conversational level of English.  Menu's are generally all in Japanese etc. especially once you get out of the main tourist areas.  You will also be ignored nearly everywhere you go outside of Roppongi by the touts, unless you are travelling with work colleagues, as most of the restaurant touts (from my experience) are looking to get groups of businessmen in to spend on their expense accounts.  They also don't do "bars" very well (again, outside of Roppongi), as most of the drinking takes place over meals.  You can always find an Izakaya (居酒屋) though as they serve snacks and people tend to go here for drinking and chatting (the second kanji 酒) means alcohol, so is always good to look out for if you need a drink.

 

It can be very expensive, so make sure you understand what you are ordering, and for how long.

Pink Salons are in the 3,000-10,000 yen range

Delivery Health - about 20,000 yen an hour.

 

I think I'll partake in a trip to a Pink Salon, and grab a DH for a Love Hotel rendezvous as you stand a much better chance for FS with Delivery Health than you do the incall girls.

 

Have fun.

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Give this site a butchers

www.tokyoadultguide.com

and bring a shitload of dosh as WaPa advises

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Give this site a butchers

www.tokyoadultguide.com

and bring a shitload of dosh as WaPa advises

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NormalGuy's post is pretty comprehensive. I'd also add that if you're Asian-looking and your Nihongo isn't perfect then you're also not getting playtime.

 

Darling-Harbour is a Soapland that accepts foreigners though like most "Gaijin-friendly" places their selections aren't the most ripe and fresh.

 

I'm currently in Tokyo BTW lol.

 

-W

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A Level in Tokyo . One Hour pounding a Hottie for 17000 Yen = £95.   Only A  Level . Front door Sex Is illegal in Japan . .

 

http://soku-ana.com/top.html

 

I need to spend a gap year in Japan to uncover more gems .

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A Level in Tokyo . One Hour pounding a Hottie for 17000 Yen = £95.   Only A  Level . Front door Sex Is illegal in Japan . .

 

http://soku-ana.com/top.html

 

I need to spend a gap year in Japan to uncover more gems .

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With the right research&planning and one does need it in Tokyo ,you wouldn't need more dosh than in London .

 

My favorite area in Tokyo is Akasaka the ex-pats area .    Checking hotel rates today and you get  the Intercontinnental hotel at £154 .   The very  good centrally located 3 star Marroad hotel £65 .   Hotel rates cheaper than one gets in central London .

 

http://www.expedia.co.uk/Hotel-Search#selected=1600517&rfrrid=TG.LP.Hotel.1.1&regi

 

 

Akasaka

restaurantintokyo.jpgAkasaka means "Red Hill" and is home to the US Embassy. Its location is in central Tokyo and it has the reputation of being a business centre during working hours and a nightlife destination after dark. There are even still a few geisha houses in this neighbourhood. Since it is a business area, the weekends are blissfully quiet and many families enjoy living here and having the place to themselves when the salary men disappear. Expats will find state-of-the-art high rises with fantastic views of the city."

 

 

http://www.expatarrivals.com/japan/tokyo/areas-and-suburbs-in-tokyo

 

 

 

As for Food & Drink ,its not that expensive and its even a better deal during Lunch than one finds in London .

 

http://tokyocheapo.com/locations/central-tokyo/akasaka/

 

 

"There are plenty of good, reasonable places for lunch covering a variety of cuisines"

 

 

In addition to the A Level sessions above at £95 an hour .

 

Can't wait .

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Heading off to Tokyo next month on business and am seriously tempted to punt. Any recommendations, pointers,advice etc etc

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How was it ???

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