Major Japanese Porn Company is Opening a 5-Story Adult Theme Park

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A “theme park for adults” will open its doors in Tokyo in October.

SOD Land, located in the red-light district of Kabukicho, will be a five-floor complex packed with porn actresses and other workers in the adult industry.

Image via Soft on Demand

The theme park is a business expansion of Soft on Demand (SOD), Japan’s leading adult video production and distribution company. This is the second installment of SOD’s adult entertainment endeavors of a similar nature as it opened a bar two years ago in Akihabara, which became a smash hit.

Each floor will reportedly feature a different theme: the first floor, for instance, will serve mainly as a reception space and billing area, though it will also have a gift shop, a sticker photo booth and gacha capsule machines, according to SoraNews24.

SOD Land’s floor plan. Image via Soft on Demand

The second floor will house the Kakubutsu Salon, where customers can drink with women in the “fuzoku” industry — workers from hostess bars, erotic massage and other risqué entertainment services.

Meanwhile, the third floor will be the “Famous Adult Actress Floor,” which will feature SOD’s major talents and allow guests to drink with them in a “more relaxed setting,” according to Grapee.

The third floor will house the Syain Bar, where guests can have drinks with SOD’s top talents. Image via Soft on Demand

The fourth floor will feature the Silent Bar, where other SOD actresses prepare drinks for patrons in swimwear behind a one-way mirror. The space is called “silent” as the actresses cannot converse with the guests, allowing the latter to simply enjoy the “view.”

The theme park does not have a fifth floor but instead has a basement known as the “Newcomer Adult Film Actress Floor.”

Here, visitors will find the “SOD Fresh-Faced Female Employee Pub,” which will be staffed entirely by SOD actresses who are either about to debut or are emerging actresses.

SOD Land will charge an admission rate of 500 yen ($4.70) per half hour. However, unlike most hostess bars — in which guests have to pay for the hostess’s drinks — the theme park will only charge customers for what they consume themselves.

The establishment is scheduled to open on Oct. 10 from 5-10 p.m. With COVID-19 still around, it will follow health safety protocols such as requiring face masks and temperature checks at the door.

Feature Images via @yoshioka_asumi (left) and @hikari_ninomiya_ (right)

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