Foreigner friendly soaplands in Tokyo
As I’ve written here many times before, Japan is home to one of the largest pay for play sex scenes to be found anywhere in the world. As I’ve also written, much of it is off limits to foreign visitors, either because they are prohibited from entry or because they can’t navigate the system.
At the top of the commercial sex spectrum in Japan is the soapland. It’s technically illegal to charge money for vaginal sex in Japan (one reason why blowjob shops are so prevalent) but soaploands get around that one way or another. Beyond the full service though (and to be clear customers are definitely not guaranteed to get that full service at all shops), what stands out most is the level of service. At soaplands where mat play is practiced, punters can enjoy the feeling of a Japanese service provider sliding her nude body up and down against them in a kind of sexual slip and slide that places like Honey Massage in Pattaya only wish they could execute.
A few months ago I made a post on foreigner friendly Anmas in South Korea. Now I’m going to make one on foreigner friendly soaploands in Tokyo. Hopefully this will be the first of many.
With the aid of Ryuji, expert webmaster of the new Fuzokupedia website, I have been made aware of the following two shops.
The first is Don Juan. Foreigners are accepted as per the management, but unfortunately there is no one at the front desk who can speak English well. Non-Japanese patrons who wish to try this shop will either have to know some basic Japanese or get a Japanese friend to bring them.
The minimum amount of time a foreigner can book is 120 minutes, and there is a premium charge for non-Japanese guys. The lowest you could book a session for would thus be 85000 Yen, which comes out to about 823 US dollars.
See the Don Juan website and take a look at the staff to decide whether or not you think it’s worth the cash.
The second soaploand in our short list is Balubola. Foreigners are accepted here as well, as we’re told by the management, but again there are no English speakers at the front desk.
At Balubola the minimum session a foreigner can book will run 100000 Yen, which amounts to almost 1000 US dollars.
Note too that not all women at either shop will accept foreigners, so on top of the extra charge you are also more limited in your choices.
Soaplands in general are expensive places, but in my experience (at some premium shops in the past) they can be worth the expense if you have the money to spare. If not, there are plenty of cheaper options, from spots like New Hot Point to the numerous pinsaros around the country.