Akasaka Prince orgy organizers in need of new romping rooms

Shukan Jitsuwa May 27
Shukan Jitsuwa May 27
Students of architecture might have shed a tear or two when it was announced last month that the Kenzo Tange-designed Grand Prince Hotel Akasaka will close early next year. Yet certain regulars illicitly utilizing the suite rooms of the 40-floor, wedge-shaped structure in Tokyo’s Chiyoda Ward may also be lamenting its demise, reports Shukan Jitsuwa (May 27).

Considered a high-end hotel throughout Japan, the Grand Prince is known as a Mecca for newlyweds, those engaging in affairs, escort ladies and participants in sex parties, which have proved to be particularly popular in recent times.

“It offers pricing plans starting at 7,000 yen,” explains a journalist specializing in the economy, “but there have been a lot of days with empty rooms over the last couple years. That’s why organizers renting the suite rooms for orgies are considered good customers.”

From the organizers’ side, having an upscale venue is good in attracting clients. They also keep the system simple. “Customers pay about 20,000 yen for 3 hours,” says fuzoku journalist Yukio Murakami. “Even if the suite room runs 100,000 yen, an organizer can quickly recover that cost. For customers, they can enjoy one session of threesome or foursome action for an additional 6,000 yen. The benefit for the hotel is that they can sell their suite rooms. So these kinds of arrangements are efficient for all involved.”

An individual who holds a managerial position in the Shimbashi area frequents the parties. “While the view in the evening is good,” he drools, “what is more is this God-like feeling you have when hitting a gal from behind while looking into dawn’s light with Mt. Fuji in silhouette.

“The suite room has two shower rooms, which means a shorter waiting period,” he further adds of the benefits of the set up. “From the older wing of the hotel, there is an elevator that can take guests to the room without going through the front desk area. This makes it more accessible in the evenings.”

But at the same time, there have been recent police investigations regarding the parties, with one resulting in an arrest inside a Japanese-style suite room at the Akasaka Prince.

As well, in January of last year, a popular organizing group, which was attracting clients by offering sexual intercourse without protection, was busted by the Kanagawa prefectural police. “Nippon Television just happened to capture the moment of the arrest,” relates another fuzoku writer. “While the scene was censored, viewers watching on TV could see that the participants were naked.

“Citations have continued, and hotels have had to become more restrictive with the way they manage the reservations for suite rooms,” says the sleaze scribe.

Source: “Raishun heikan akapuri de tekihatsu sareta ranko paateii,” Shukan Jitsuwa (May 27)

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