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Tokyo City Info

Tokyo is the capital of the 47 prefectures of Japan. It is one of the most populous metropolitan in the world, more than 37 million population occupying the 2,187.66 km2 land area. Tokyo lies at the intersection of the traditional and the modern, fusing rich Japanese history and heritage with contemporary technological and architectural innovation. 

Tokyo was earlier known as the fishing village of Edo. It became the political center of Japan in the year 1603 when a feudal administration was established in the place. In 1868, Edo became the capital city of Japan and was renamed Tokyo “Eastern Capital”. Nowadays, the attractions in Tokyo range from historical temples and museums to modern shopping and dining establishments.

Tokyo Red Light District

The largest red light district in Asia is known to be found in the city of Japan. Kabukicho in Tokyo has a land area of 100 square blocks filled with many entertainment and red light establishments such as love hotels, restaurants, karaokes, arcades, bars, hostess and hosuto (male hostess) clubs, and adult cinemas. The majority of the businesses, which lights up by nightfall with neon signs and billboards, are owned by the yakuza or the criminal syndicates.

Another site in Tokyo, Yoshiwara, is the soapland hub of Japan. Yoshiwara has a long history of prostitution since the 16th century. Today, it is still a common place for sex tourism in the capital city. Some of the attractions in Yoshiwara are soaplands (bathhouses), love hotels, peep shows, cabarets, and fetish bars.

History of the RLD

Kabuchiko was named for a kabuki theater that was planned to be built in the area in the 1940s. After the World War, this area covering blocks of north Yasukuni-dōri attracted a string of army officers and illegal sex workers. This resulted in the rapid growth of various adult entertainment businesses in the area. Thus, even though the kabuki theater was never constructed, the entertainment district of Kabukicho and its clientele remained up to this day.

How to Reach the RLD

Kabukicho is located near Shinjuku Station complex and several other major railway and subway stations. Guests simply need to take the east exit out of the JR Yamanote Line and head north towards Seibu Shinjuku Station.

On the other hand, Yoshiwara is located in what is now the Senzoku 4-chome in Taito-ku in Northeastern Tokyo. It can be reached via 15 to 20- minute walk from Minowa Subway Station on the Hibiya Line of Tokyo subway.

Safety Information

Kabukicho is one of Japan’s most dangerous neighborhoods, especially by nightfall. Its problem with crime makes police presence in full riot gear a regular sight in the area. In fact, the police are often accompanied by an association of local residents patrolling regularly in the place for violent sightings.

Some typical scams reported to the police are scenarios like guests being led to a bar and are served strong liquor. Once unconscious, robbers would take their possessions and leave them or even take advantage of their unaware state. It is best to be cautious with the establishment you choose to drink in, especially in places you are unaccustomed to. Similarly, women are advised to have a companion when walking in Kabukicho because of malicious street callers.

Still, Kabukicho’s popularity as a red light district added tighter security and better lighting in the area. It has become a go-to destination for young adults to experience a fun night.

Tokyo Adult Entertainment

Adult Cinemas

Ueno Okura is an adult cinema or porn theater in Tokyo that is open 24 hours, year-round. Here, guests can watch pinku eiga or pink movies, which are a form of soft-core pornography. It has a gay adult cinema counterpart which is called the Ueno Tokusen Theater.

Street Prostitution

Tokyo’s street prostitution has increased during the recent years. In Kabukicho, the majority of the sex workers are known to be women coming from other Asian countries such as China, Taiwan, and Hong Kong. Even young Japanese girls who have unfortunately been affected by natural disasters such as earthquakes and tsunamis have also found a living on the streets.

Street prostitution often can be availed for as low as 10,000 yen for an hour. Guests are also expected to cover the cost of a love hotel or provide their own hotel rooms depending on the client’s preference as long as there is a mutual agreement.

Window Prostitution

There are no red-lighted windows with sex workers in Tokyo. However, there is an isolated incident in the area of Kawasaki where a video was taken of women standing in windows, calling out to passersby especially to men. It is known that in order to escape from police sight, cameras and lookouts armed with wireless radios for warning are positioned outside the brothels.

Tokyo Clubs and Brothels

Unique to Japan, pink salons are the Japanese version of blowjob bars. These establishments are legal and regulated, primarily because it facilitates a sexual encounter without vaginal intercourse.

Soaplands are another substitute for brothels. These are basically bathhouses where a sex worker will offer services into a private room to assist the guest in bathing, including other services. Some of these services are blow jobs, hand jobs, body slides, anal sex, or sumata, which is simulated sex which involves rubbing of genitals to get off the male guests. Also, even though vaginal intercourse is illegal in Japan, guests can find many establishments offering the service.

The main destination of soaplands is Yoshiwara. There are around 60 soaplands in the area hidden in plain sight within streets and small lanes. There are soaplands also found in Kabukicho. Outside of Tokyo, other destinations of soaplands are Susukino in Sapporo, Kawasaki in Kanagawa, Nakasu in Fukuoka, Fukuhara in Kobe, Ogoto in Shiga, Sagaminumata in Odawara and Kanazuen in Gifu.

Here are just some soaplands found in Tokyo:

  • Darling Harbor
    Darling Harbor is a mid-range soapland located in Yoshiwara, and a part of the “Dream Group”. One of their unique services is that they can pick up guests from nearby train stations. A booking at Darling Harbor will cost a little under 30,000 yen for 70 minutes. Guests can choose the sex workers from photographs upon arrival.

    4-17-20 Senzoku, Taito-ku, Tokyo
    Phone: 03-3871-5522
  • Prima Donna
    Prima Donna is another mid-range soapland in Yoshiwara. It is part of the “Dream Group” chain of soaplands. A booking here costs a little under 40,000 yen for 90mins.

    4-41-15 Senzoku, Taito-ku, Tokyo
    Phone: 03-3876-6677 
  • King’s Club
    King’s Club is a mid-range soapland in Yoshiwara. A booking here costs around 30,000 yen.

    4-23-5 Senzoku, Taito-ku, Tokyo
    Phone: 03-5603-0771 
  • Ailedore
    Ailedore is a high-class soapland in the Yoshiwara area. A two-hour booking generally costs around 80,000 yen.

    4-19-4 Senzoku, Taito-ku, Tokyo
    Phone: 03-6802-3477 
  • Satin Doll
    Satin Doll is a high-class version of the Silky Doll soapland in Yoshiwara. A booking typically costs 80,000 yen.

    4-16-4 Senzoku, Taito-ku, Tokyo
    Phone: 03-5603-7855 
  • Silky Doll
    Silky Doll is the mid-range sister shop of Satin Doll in Yoshiwara. Sex workers are reported to be a little older than at Satin Doll, and the services cost around 30,000 yen.

    4-31-1 Senzoku, Taito-ku, Tokyo
    Phone: 03-3871-4779 
  • Ascot
    Ascot is a high-class soapland in Yoshiwara. Expect to pay 75,000 yen. Prices are more expensive for tourists.

    4-23-3 Senzoku, Taito-ku, Tokyo
    Phone: 03-3874-7770 
  • Club Naniwa
    Club Naniwa is a mid-range soapland in Yoshiwara. A booking costs 40,000 yen for two hours, and there may be additional fees or a “gaijin tax”.

    4-32-6 Senzoku, Taito-ku, Tokyo
    Phone: 03-3875-1925 
  • Petit Royal
    Petit Royal is a reasonably-priced soapland features special deals for threesomes. A booking costs between 20,000-30,000 yen for one sex worker and 40,000-50,000 for two. It is also part of the “Dream Group”.

    4-18-12 Senzoku, Taito-ku, Tokyo
    Phone: 03-3874-6699 
  • Blue Lagoon
    Blue Lagoon is a mid-range soapland in Yoshiwara, also part of the “Dream Group”.

    4-41-10 Senzoku, Taito-ku, Tokyo
    Phone: 03-3872-0011 
  • Landmark
    Landmark is a high-class soapland featuring actresses. A booking typically costs 65,000 yen. Not all of their sex workers accept foreign customers, and those who do expect a higher price.

    4-41-16 Senzoku, Taito-ku, Tokyo
    Phone: 03-3875-3094 
  • Club Yume
    Club Yume is a low- to mid-range soapland in Yoshiwara, also part of the “Dream Group”.

    4-43-9 Senzoku, Taito-ku, Tokyo
    Phone: 03-3876-8787 
  • Edinburgh
    Edinburg is a mid- to high-range soapland in Yoshiwara, also part of the “Dream Group”.

    4-25-2 Senzoku, Taito-ku, Tokyo
    Phone: 03-3871-0366 
  • Trendy
    Trendy is a mid-range soapland in Yoshiwara, also part of the “Dream Group”. Some sex workers here also specialize in cosplay.

    4-21-1 Senzoku, Taito-ku, Tokyo
    Phone: 03-3871-6939 
  • Tokyo Yume Monogatari
    Toyko Yume Monogatari is a mid-range soapland in Yoshiwara also part of the “Dream Group”.

    4-43-14 Senzoku, Taito-ku, Tokyo
    Phone: 03-3876-7575 
  • Don Juan
    Don Juan is a high-class soapland in Shinjuku Kabuki-cho. A typical booking costs 85,000 yen. Foreigners are expected to pay a higher price.

    1-15-10 Kabuki-cho, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
    Phone: 03-3207-3717
  • Barubola


    Barubola is a cho-koukyuu (super high-class) soapland in Shinjuku Kabuki-cho. It is rumored to be a favorite destination of politicians and celebrities. No photos or schedules are posted in Barubola’s website. The entrance fee is pegged at 23,000 yen, although it is expected to be priced much higher than advertised.

    1-24-3 Kabuki-cho, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
    Phone: 03-3205-0011

Strip Clubs

One of the unique forms of strip clubs in Tokyo is the oppai bar, which is similar to the hostess or the escort bar where naked sex workers join guests for a drink.

Another form of strip clubs is “image clubs”, where sex workers to dress according to guests' sexual fantasies or act out fantasy scenes. In Japan, anime and mangga costumers are particularly famous. In these clubs, guests will simply select among photos of sex workers and choose their outfit. Popular outfits are school uniforms, nurse uniforms, and French maid uniforms.

Strip clubs in Tokyo start their operations before noon. These establishments reserve blocks of time for strip performances by sex workers in certain rotations. Some popular strip clubs in Tokyo are:

  • Chi Chi's
  • Confidential
  • DX-Tohji, Marbles
  • New Climax
  • Seventh Heaven
  • Silver Shadow
  • Tantra Show Club
  • TS Music
  • White Horse

Swinger Clubs

The Shinjyuku Tokyo Swingers club convenes at Bliss-out, an adult entertainment establishment in Shinjuku Kabukicho. It has a membership system that caters to single men, women, and couples.

Tokyo Nightlife

Tokyo is considered one of the most attractive cities in the world, especially by nightfall. With its cityscape, neon lights, paper lanterns and city lights, Tokyo is even more alive at night. The Japanese are known to have a very strict work ethic, that’s why the entertainment industry attracts millions of Japanese in the labor force who want to have fun and relax.

Tokyo’s non-adult nightlife is just as full at 3 AM as it is at 10 PM. Many attractions remain open until the break of dawn, or until the trains start running at 5 AM.

Tokyo LGBT

Shinjuku-nichome is the heart of the gay and lesbian scene in Tokyo. It can be reached via a 10-minute walk from the Central East exit or Southeast exit of the Shinjuku Station. The area consists of cruise bars, dance clubs, bookshops, cafes, and saunas where you can find gay and lesbian individuals.

General Attitude towards Gays

Gays are generally welcome in the entirety of Japan. The local culture has a passive acceptance for diversity and exhibits politeness and respect for individuals regardless of sexual orientation. In fact, a survey showed that a 54% majority of Japanese citizens are in favor of accepting homosexuality in society, while only 36% disagreed.

Despite the acceptance of gay individuals in Tokyo and Osaka, there are destinations in Japan where gay behaviors are discouraged. The Japanese are known for being mostly heterosexual. It is indeed rare to find a Japanese gay partner outside the LGBT area of Tokyo, which is Shinjuku. Japanese gay individuals also prefer to not be open about their sexuality even to the point of marrying someone from the opposite sex just to conceal homosexuality.

Sex Clubs for Gays

There are sex clubs and saunas for gays in Tokyo, with some more welcoming to foreigners than others. Some gay saunas are:

  • 24 Kaikan Shinjuku
  • HX

Dance Clubs for Gays

Tokyo's gay dance clubs are one of the most developed in Asia. It attracts a number of tourists annually. Some of the popular gay dance clubs in the city of Tokyo are the following:

  • Advocates
  • GB
  • Kinswomyn - women-only lesbian bar.
  • Arty Farty
  • AiSOTOPE Lounge,
  • ArcH
  • Shangri-La @ ageHa
  • Glamorous Tokyo
  • ARC

Gay Prostitution

Tokyo houses the largest gay and lesbian scene in Japan. Magazines such as Metropolis Tokyo and Tokyo Night Life are the must-reads for gay foreigners to find where to cruise in the city. The most popular destinations to hire gay sex workers are the following places: Shinjuku-nichome, Shinbashi, Ueno, and Asakusa.

Shinjuku-nichome has the largest gay scene and is very welcoming towards the gay foreigners. It is also in this place that the Tokyo Rainbow Festival is celebrated annually, on one Sunday in the month of August.

Transexual Prostitution

Tokyo’s Motown is famous for its transsexual prostitutes that prowl the bars late at night.


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