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Japan's Fetish Festival: 4 Unexpected Lessons We Learned At FetiFes | Tokyo Weekender

We visited the Feti Fes FF18 (Fetish Festival) or フェチフェス in Tokyo Japan!It is one of Japan's biggest events for SM culture. We were able to explore many inte Japan's Fetish Festival: 4 Unexpected Lessons We Learned At FetiFes | Tokyo Weekender. We visited Japan's biannual Fetish Festival to get a glimpse of what goes 7 best sex shops in Tokyo Design: Zineb Bektachi 7 best sex shops in Tokyo These adult stores cater to couples and singles of all tastes, from vibrators and lube to blindfolds and





Immerse yourself in the quirky modern customs of the country and be treated like a master or lady for a day.Waitresses dressed in cosplay maid outfits will welcome you and lead you to your seat.Choose from a variety of drink and meal packages, and be entertained with a small chant led by your host maid before enjoying your adorable and delicious food.Take a souvenir photo with your maid and receive a complimentary gift for your visit.Don't miss this unforgettable experience.Indulge in a unique and unforgettable experience at a popular Owl cafe in Ikebukuro! We hope our Tokyo adult guide helped you understand some unconventional aspects of the culture there :.This one sentence is very nicely put out, but I think it misses the mark.Japan is an isolating culture especially when you're in a giant city like Tokyo.The people who indulge in the kind of culture you find in Akiba are missing out or their former self did on the 'fresh fruits of life', and either are looking for substitutes or never evolved past that point.You are right, Roger.We know there are so many aspects when it comes to a Tokyo adult guide.We read extensively about the subject and watched some super documentaries about how incredibly multi-dimensional this problem is.One of them being the otaku or the girl bands which are meant to inspire the otaku culture.It's insane!! The top three floors are full of videos, DVDs and all sorts of posters.You can find games, used panties and all sorts of crazy things intended to spice up a boring Sunday.The fun starts on the fourth floor, where you can find all sorts of cosplay costumes to satisfy all your fantasies.If you want to dress like your favourite anime character, this might be the place to find everything you need.The third floor is women only and has lingerie and exquisite adult toys.If you want sensual and luxurious, this might be the floor for you.The second floor is dedicated to bondage and dildos.There are sizes, shapes and colours for everyone.The first floor is dominated by male-only toys.There are a myriad of toys, onaholes and realistic rubber dolls to grab your attention.There are anime dolls, disposable toys as well as electric powered devices.One glance at M's Pop Life department store and you will clearly understand that Japan is still a male-dominated country.For every device designed for women, there are 10 different types of onaholes for male pleasure.M's is relatively well priced and has a large variety of products.Expect to spend an hour or so looking for the right toys.When it comes to the male market, Japan seems to be way ahead of Europe.When it comes to women, though, Japan is way behind, as some of their instruments of pleasures are rather outdated and cumbersome.As large as M's may be, space is incredibly tight and there is very little personal space with all the other shoppers around.M's is a popular tourist spot, so expect crowds in the main season.Akihabara has more to offer than meets the eye.If your Tokyo adult only activities mean adult shop hoping, then you are in the right district.Don Quijote is a multi-story shop located 5 minutes away from M's.You will be surprised to see lots of couples shopping for their next perfect toy as if they were picking ingredients for their dinner party.Overall, space is better organised, although the variety is much more limited than in M's.In the same Don Quijote, you will find a whole floor dedicated solely to cosplay and costumes and the selection is insane.It's easy to get lost in Akihabara.The signs are mostly in Japanese, and stores look very much the same to the untrained eye.Usually, the most interesting stores are on the 2nd or 3rd floor, but you won't know about them until you find them by accident.We have created a handy map for you to guide you on your quest to find the best shops in Akihabara.Simply click on the numbered pins on the map to check the location and a few words about each store.Akihabara itself is very small, marked green on the map.However, throughout the years, the Electric town took over a larger area surrounding Akihabara, marked blue on the map.We recommend visiting Akihabara during the early evening hours, just after dark, so you can fully immerse yourself in this vibrant, crazy world.As a rule, you should avoid the cheapest option, as you usually get what you pay for.Love Hotels in a well-known area can also take full advantage of their customers and charge more.Weekends are more expensive and try to check in early evenings as otherwise, you will get left with the full-night option which is of course pricier.Love Hotels are known for their privacy, and you and your company don't have any other human interaction.There have been times when love hotels refused entry for non-Japanese looking clientele, same-gender couples or more than two individuals.This is not always the case, hence checking the reviews and finding the right love hotels for your needs is paramount.The following Love Hotels are foreign friendly and highly rated.Please use common sense when visiting these hotels and ensure that you follow all laws, rules, and regulations to avoid any issues.Situated in Tokyo's largest red-light district, Kabukicho in Shinjuku, HOTEL PERRIER Adult Only is a love hotel that features air-conditioned rooms and free private parking.There is a hour front desk on site and free WiFi is provided throughout the property.Every room is fitted with a flat-screen TV with Video-on-Demand, karaoke and a DVD player.The en-suite bathroom comes with a TV and is fitted with a spa bath, bathrobes and slippers.Free toiletries are provided for guest's convenience.Find deals on Booking.A flat-screen TV with satellite channels, Blu-ray player and game console, as well as a laptop and a computer are featured.You will find a kettle in the room.Every room is fitted with a private bathroom.Extras include bathrobes, slippers and free toiletries.There is a hour front desk at the property.Each room features a different decor and is equipped with a private sauna and a spa bath with a TV.Bathrobes, slippers and free toiletries are provided.Love hotels have various attributes, some with themed rooms, weird decorations and access to all sort of toys.There are usually vending machines which sell beverages as well as adult toys and costumes.There is no extra charge for juicy programs either, unlike normal hotels.Love hotels have "rest" 休憩 times lasting about hours and "stay" 宿泊 times overnight.Rest rates start from yen, while stay rates can be double or triple the price.Note that some hotels don't allow re-entry as the doors typically close automatically behind you.So ask if this is the case or bear that in mind.Payment is often at a machine, but sometimes through a small window where you can only see the receptionists hands.Do you have something to add? Kind Regards, Cory.The naughty side of Japan.Goodness gracious haha :.Have lots of fun!


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