Review: Made in Japan in Tokyo, Japan (CLOSED)


I first reported on Made in Japan back in March describing it at the time an upscale outfit catering to discerning foreigners in Tokyo. Initial reports can only cover so much though and nothing speaks like experience so with that in mind I present today a full review of this outcall agency providing escorts in Japan.

As I’ve often written and regular visitors know there are relatively few explicitly foreigner friendly adult establishments in Japan. The reality is that even the places that are open to gaijin often don’t have anyone on staff that can speak English at a level that makes communication for non-Japanese speakers easy. Made in Japan shines in this area with email and phone calls answered by a native English speaker. This makes booking at Made in Japan much easier than booking at most other places.

Marina from Made In Japan

Appointments are easy enough to make then either by email or over the phone. Booking in advance anywhere gives a better shot at securing the kind of reservation one wants but Made in Japan does seem capable of meeting more immediate requests made within reason. With Tokyo being the way it is and women leading complicated lives I doubt that they send ladies out to guys asking to have gals sent to their rooms in a matter of minutes though they say they are capable of same day appointments.

There are a number of women working at Made in Japan and they are all attractive. Most could easily appear in Japanese AV which makes sense since the company does at times have such ladies on its roster. Faces aren’t normally shown in the pictures on the website but those who complete a session can request a membership that allows them to log in and see a lot more.

Like most similar establishments there is some degree of regular turnover with new women coming and old women going from time to time but there does seem to be a level of quality control in place that ensures that only good looking ladies can join the staff.

The prices reflect the level of quality control in place. Made in Japan is no cheap suck shop in Otsuka. It’s a high end outcall outfit sending good looking ladies out to lonely lads in Japan’s capital city. Things are still within reason though when considering everything that is involved and looking at the prices of things in Japan in general. A regular one hour session at Made in Japan costs 70,000 Yen ($562 USD) with long sessions available for more.

The women working at Made in Japan can visit customers at their homes or hotel rooms in the 23 special wards of Tokyo. Some places are excluded like houses with roommates present or tiny business hotels that can’t or won’t accept visitors for guests but I would imagine that most guys spending the amount of money Made in Japan asks for to have their own places or be in nice hotels. Customers can also book an appointment at one of Tokyo’s many nice love hotels though this is slightly more involved.

One stereotype often heard about Japan is that people there show up to appointments on time without exception. Over the years I’ve found that this isn’t always the case but Made in Japan does live up to the the promise by showing up when they say they will. A male manager arrives in tow with the woman to make sure she is okay, pick up the payment and get a paper signed by the customer saying that understands the rules and will follow them. While some people understandably find this a little uncomfortable it is definitely not out of the norm. It doesn’t bother me much at all. Maybe I’m jaded but I can still remember when agencies send drivers to the door with escorts in the United States though there weren’t any agreements being signed back then.

What happens between the service provider sent by Made in Japan and the customer is up to the parties involved. This may sound like a cliché and indeed it is often used as an excuse to get around law prohibiting the sale of sexual services in places where it is forbidden but in this case it in nonetheless true.

Japanese law prohibits prostitution but it is narrowly defined in the statutes as the sale of vaginal intercourse. Many places like pinsaros get around this law by offering other services such as oral sex which can be done openly without issue. Anyone with experience dealing with delivery health outfits in Japan knows that rules are sometimes broken by women working at particular establishments who may offer full service in the privacy of a room with a customer. Such establishments can run into trouble if they ask the women who work for them to provide full service and if they demand it as a condition of employment they are simply asking for trouble. Guys in the know don’t ask for full service because they can get banned from a shop or worse simply for broaching the subject. At some places it is normal practice and at others it can depend on the woman and the situation. In most cases it is suggested by the service provider once she is already in the room to prevent problems.

Made in Japan stays within the limit of the law. Customers who call or email to ask questions will be told that the women working for the establishment offer soft services like oral, hand play and sumata. These services are certainly available but there may also be some room for variation in certain cases. I can only write about what I know and I can’t know how different people will act in different in situations.

What thing I know about Made in Japan is that the sessions are done well. I always say that it’s difficult to rate the level of services at a place with multiple women on staff since each can have their own way of doing things but I can usually make some sort of judgment based on a basic overview.

Things generally start with a chat then move to the bathroom where the provider gets naked and cleans off the client. From there the happenings make their way to the bed where the real fun takes place as planned. Fantasy can meet reality when in the middle of events that mirror those seen in Japanese porn videos especially when the woman looks every bit as good as someone like Saki Ootsuka.

Without getting too specific or having the ability to spend time with every woman on staff I would say that the services provided by the women from Made in Japan remind me a lot of what goes on at a soapland.

Since Japanese soaplands are famous far and wide it is understandable then that guys with the means to afford it would be willing to shell out hundreds of dollars to have the experience brought directly to them without the need to locate an establishment and try to gain entrance which as a foreigner is often difficult or impossible. The fact that Made in Japan has very attractive women on staff and posts accurate pictures and videos on them on the website for prospective customers to look at in advance only adds to the appeal.

On the basis of the looks of the ladies I’ve seen at Made in Japan, the level of service provided and the ease of booking sessions I have to say that I like the place. Sure there could be some improvements but that’s true anywhere. There are also obstacles to such things whether they be cultural, legal or something else entirely. Unfortunately the world isn’t catered to my tastes. I’m simply one man writing about what I see for your enjoyment.

It seems things go up and down here in waves. For months I didn’t give any place I reviewed more than three stars. Recently I’ve been covering places that score much higher. I guess that’s just the ebb and flow. Taking into consideration all the options in Tokyo along with everything I have written above I think that Made in Japan deserves four-and-a-half stars.

Note: Made in Japan has closed.

Address:Tokyo, Japan
Phone:+81 036-255-1896
Hours:7:00 PM - 4:00 AM
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