WEIGHT: 54 kg
Services: Strap-ons, Cross Dressing, Golden shower (out), Hand Relief, Travel Companion
Nothing was going to prepare us for the kooky and downright mystifying collection of experiences that would come next…. We somehow ignored the fact we were in Japan - home of maid cafes, raw horse meat, and Rabbit Island. We were like children at the Oscars - happy at the sparkly environment and high energy vibes, but clueless as to what we were really taking part in. Lots of crossdressers and drag queens. The first thing we learned was that ticket prices were significantly cheaper if you wore appropriate clothing.
We ran to the story sex shop we had found in Akihabara a couple days earlier and bought a few cheap accessories to throw on top of my leather dress and tried to disguise my boyfriend's dark street clothes. Then, we jumped in a taxi and kept our fingers crossed it would be easy to find while wearing platform heels. The side street entrance was only easy to find because of the cue of the fabulously fashionable freaks the location is seriously unassuming.
Google Maps - Kinema Club. There was tones of latex, a surprising amount of street clothes, and many large bags or backpacks stuffed with costumes.
Remember this couple, we will see them again later. Shortly after, a Japanese woman strutted down the street with her man dutifully following two steps behind. Both were dressed in what could only be described and white city chic. It took a decent amount of begging to gain entry elevator which hauled the gaggles of eager guests to the next room. Upstairs, the greeters included: Meh, we kind of expected it.
When the formal taking of the tickets and stamping of hands was done, we were set free to explore the venue. The decor had either been done 30 years ago, or a brocade monster threw up red, yellow, and brown over all the walls and upholstery then thought, "Hey, you know what would make this? Dingy marble and wood slate accents. Tucked away in a corner was a place you could buy mixers - this is just one of the many things that makes this place unique We grabbed seats at the front of the balcony and watched the others filter in.