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5 Themed Love Hotels in Japan For Those Feeling Adventurous

Love Hotels in Japan provide a private space for couples. Themed love hotels are becoming more popular. Couples can stay for a few hours or overnight. Experience something new while in Japan.

A love hotel is a type of short-stay hotel for the purpose of allowing couples privacy for sexual activities. Some hotels have multiple entrances for privacy. Rooms are selected off a panel and the bill is paid by handing money to an unseen staff member or a machine. Cheaper hotels have the bare necessities and high-end hotels can have karaoke machines, room service, and rotating beds. Love hotels are around city districts, near stations, or industrial districts. Currently, love hotels look like any other hotel, some have covered or even no windows. Depending on the day and time, the price varies.

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#1. Hotel Rochelle – Tokyo

Hotel Rochelle
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Hotel Rochelle is a SM themed love hotel. Every room has a microwave, a television with a DVD player, and a television in the bathroom. There are amenities for women such as bathroom items and there is cosplay for rent. The original SM style rooms comes with a gag ball, hand cuffs, blindfolds, and whips.

Hotel Rochelle
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The medical style room looks like a simple doctors office, there is a white lab coat and a nurse’s uniform. Most of the bathrooms have no walls, so there is no privacy in that aspect.
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Hotel Rochelle

Address: 7-24-6 Nishi-Kamata, Ota Ward, Tokyo

Access: 7 minute walk from Kamata Station

Phone: 03-5713-2334

Website: Hotel Rochelle (Japanese)


#2. Keibajo US Hotel – Niigata

Keibajo US Hotel
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Keibajo US Hotel has 50 rooms in a seven story building, but with an excellent security system in place, guests do not have the chance of running into each other. When staying in certain rooms, you can see the horse track outside. There are different events every month, so be sure to check the schedule. This room is modeled after a classroom, so people like to role-play as students or teacher and student.

Keibajo US Hotel
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This room is modeled after a hospital room, there is even nurse cosplay to rent. The hotel offers full room service with food and drinks. There is even a shop to buy adult toys.
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Keibajo US Hotel

Address: 2594−3 Kizaki, Kita Ward, Niigata City, Niigata Prefecture

Access: 17 minutes by car from Toyosaka Station

Phone: 025-388-5751

Website: Keibajo US Hotel (Japanese)


#3. Hotel Balian Resort – Tokyo

Hotel Balian Resort
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Hotel Balian Resort feels like a tropical vacation the second you walk in to the hotel. There are various water fountains throughout the lobby. The hotels outward appearance is just as eye-catching. After checking in, make sure to go to the cold case because there is free dessert, one per person. Near the front desk there are many sample size amenities such shampoo, body soap, and razors. Each room has a huge bathtub big enough to fit two people.
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Hotel Balian Resort

Address: 2-22-10 Kabukicho, Shinjuku Ward, Tokyo

Access: 12 minute walk from Shinjuku Station

Phone: 0120-938-942

Website: Hotel Balian Resort (Japanese)


#4. Tower’s Hotel – Osaka

Tower's Hotel
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Tower’s Hotel in Osaka has many services and amenities such as a Jacuzzi bathtub in every room and a large flat screen television. There are many bathroom amenities for men and women. There is room service with a full food menu.

Tower's Hotel
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This room is set up to look like the inside of a train. This hotel is famous for the train themed room. A some-what popular genre is role-playing on the train. Some rooms have a private pool, so you can also go swimming.
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Tower’s Hotel

Address: 1-12-18 Nakanocho, Miyakojima Ward, Osaka City, Osaka Prefecture

Access: 7 minute walk from Sakuranomiya Station

Phone: 06-6353-3760

Website: Tower’s Hotels (Japanese)


#5. Hotel Renaissa – Hyogo

Hotel Renaissa
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Hotel Renaissa offers many different themed rooms. The outside of the hotel looks like there is a large tree growing up it. There is a party room for large groups. In the room there is a karaoke machine, two double beds, kitchen space, an outdoor Jacuzzi, and a large indoor bath.

Hotel Renaissa
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This is a Japanese themed room with a very large bathtub. The wall between the bed and bathtub is glass, so you can see everything. There are amenities in the room such as shampoo, body wash, and a hairdryer. The red and black design give the room and elegant feeling. There are ukiyo-e prints decorating the sink. Ukiyo-e are woodblock prints that were popular from the 17th to 19th century. Shunga is erotic woodblock prints, “shunga” means spring and that hints towards sex.
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Hotel Renaissa 

Address: 3-12-10 Kano-cho, Chuo Ward, Kobe City, Hyogo Prefecture

Access: 10 minute walk from Sannomiya Station

Phone: 078-241-4381

Website: Hotel Renaissa (Japanese)


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