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Traveling nowadays seems like the ultimate dream. We have traveled to countries with anti-gay laws, and we refuse to boycott countries for that reason. We believe traveling the world is for everyone! Lesbian Japan is a very safe country to visit, but there are a few important questions to keep in mind before flying to a new destination: what are the LGBT rights? Where are the LGBT safe spaces?
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Nothing outside Tokyo's 24 Kaikan hotel hints at what goes on behind its grey concrete walls. Tucked in off a back-street near the Shinjuku business and shopping district, the seven-story building could be an apartment block for retired civil servants. A steady stream of customers in the salary-man's uniform of dark suit, sensible shoes and winter overcoat files quietly through its innocuous doors. Only in the lobby, cheerily adorned with scenes from a sex movie that depict a portly company president being diligently serviced by a young apprentice, does it become clear that this is one of Asia's biggest gay landmarks. Wander around and watch the sights or lie back and wait for someone who fancies you, instructs one guide, which blissfully advises customers to expect "some mind-blowing tableaus". Amid the satyric excess, bilingual signs posted throughout telegraph the only constantly visible rule: "Gentlemen who chew gum" will be evicted from the premises.
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Trending Popular. The changing of the guard occurs frantically around midnight, hordes of belching salarymen trying to hold the beer and gyoza down while mashing onto the crowded final Yamanote line train. The trains inbound from the outskirts of Tokyo, by comparison, are far more peaceful — empty, even. Everybody living more than a couple stops away from the night time destinations knows they have to either go home around midnight, or stick it out until 5am. The first and last trains are like tides — both signal a high-water mark of traffic, people, and energy.
We did some digging and discovered 4 other intriguing haunts that are totally worth your time. Bridge is an atmospheric gay bar in Ni-chome. Ninety percent of customers are gay men, but straight women are also encouraged to enter as well.