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Tokyo’s Adults Only Theme Park, Owned By Japanese Porn Co., Thriving

by SharonKurheg

The Japanese have quite an obsession with sex. As a country, they have one of the most robust adult-toy and pornography industries in the world. Some of their TV commercials for even the most non-sexual items are pretty suggestive (NSFW warning). And where else are you going to see fertility festivals that include images and models of male sexual organs just about everywhere? (NSFW warning: lots of adult images) So is it any wonder they opened an 18+ theme park of sorts in Tokyo, and even now, years later, it’s thriving?

The park was designed by Japan’s most prominent adult film producer/distributor, Soft on Demand (SOD), and is therefore called, you guessed it, SOD Land.

SOD Land is located in Tokyo’s Shinjuku district. Limited to a clientele of 18+, it’s a building with several floors, and a different theme on each one.

  • The basement is the “Newcomer Adult Film Actress Floor.” The space has a bar that serves both food and drink, and guests are served by adult film stars who are newer to the business.
  • The first floor is where the entrance is, as well as a gift shop and photo booth.
  • The second floor is called the Kakubutsu Salon and it’s where guests can drink with women who work in the fuzoku industry (fuzoku is what’s used to describe “prostitution” in Japanese, except it includes anything except actual intercourse). It encompasses hostess bars, erotic massage, and other risqué entertainment services.
  • The third floor is the Famous Adult Actress Floor, and guests are able to talk and mingle with more well-known and established adult film stars. Or, as SOD describes it, “A space of dreams where you can become friends with famous adult film actresses while drinking.”
  • Finally, the fourth floor is the Silent Bar. SOD actresses wearing bikinis mix drinks for customers behind a one-way mirror. Private conversation between the guests, “is strictly prohibited in order to allow them to quietly contemplate the view.”

PC: SOD Land via The Sun

This is still the age of COVID, of course, and Japan is still being VERY careful. So all customers must wear masks while on the premises.

SOD Land’s website can be found here. I’ve tried hard to find an English version of it but was unsuccessful.

Tokyo-to, Shinjuku-ku, Kabukicho 1-21-3, Furufuru Building
東京都新宿区歌舞伎町1-21-3 フルフルビル
Open 5 p.m.-10 p.m.

Since we can again travel to Japan, enjoy!

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4 comments

Archon1995 October 30, 2020 - 8:18 pm

I saw an article about it in Kotaku East a couple days ago, they have the link:
http://www.mukumuku.sod.co.jp/

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SharonKurheg October 30, 2020 - 8:37 pm

Oh cool! Thank-you so much! I’ll add it to the post right now.

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J. November 6, 2022 - 11:57 am

Do they award miles for visits? Have special benefits for elite level flyers?

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SharonKurheg November 6, 2022 - 12:07 pm

Highly doubtful. Unless maybe for those who’ve joined the Mile High Club? In any case, for many, travel is about the destination, not just how you come there. 😉

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