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24 Kaikan Shinjuku gay sauna is located in Nichome, Shinjuku-ku (Area 2), Tokyo. The sauna has eight floors and offers a range of facilities. Including tanning beds and cold bathtubs on the rooftop, private cabins for rent, restaurant, bar, and accommodation.
24 Kaikan Shinjuku gay sauna is 24 hours a daily and usually gets busy during the weekend. Unlike some of Tokyo's saunas, this venue is foreigner-friendly and many come to spend the night after clubbing. Don’t forget to bring your own condoms and lube as it’s not always provided. Just like most of Japan, you may be asked to show your photo ID, passport etc.
24 Kaikan Shinjuku has two other locations in Ueno and Asakusa. However, this is the most popular venue as it’s located in Shinjuku Nichome, the main gay town in Tokyo.
Entry fee rate is 2,500 Yen ($25 USD). Feel free to call and check for promotions at +81 3 3354 2424
Subway/Metro: The nearest station is Shinjuku-sanchōme which is served by three lines; Marunouchi Line, Toei Shinjuku Line, and Fukutoshin Line. From the station take exit C8 and 24 Kaikan Shinjuku is located around a 3-minute walk.
Taxi: Ask for Shinjuku Ni-Chome area 2 of Shinjuku District. While this destination is well known, many taxi drivers don’t speak English so it is recommended to show the driver the address or point to the destination on the map.
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