When I first came to Japan, I thought it was a very conservative culture.
I don't want to be stereotypical about people or a culture, however. It isn't uncommon for Japanese men to have a mistress on the side. Throughout the city you will notice hotels listed with bright neon signs.
All around Japan there is theme hotels that cater to the people that are looking for the "NO TELL HOTEL". Although some of sailors tell me they have stayed at these places because they cheaper than the average hotel.
Apparently there is no check in at the desk. You go to the room that is shown as unocuppied at the entrance and send you money to the desk via pnumatic bunny tubes.
No signing in, hence no one will ever know you were there! Cheaper than usual hotels, but they rent by the hour!
Myself, romance isn't a room with vibrating heart shaped beds but whatever kinky things float your boat?
Guests have a choice of four luxurious European-style hotels nestled throughout the Huis Ten Bosch resort. All were designed by Dutch architects and built using the finest European materials available. So great was the attention to detail in constructing the hotels that even the bricks were imported from Holland.
Imagine spending a relaxing night in an elegant European-style hotel that offers the finest in comfort, service and cuisine. The best part is that you don't have to travel to Europe to stay there. In fact, the next time you visit Japan you can stay in several hotels that offer all of the above mentioned qualities and more.
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