Abandoned Japanese sex hotel urban explorer and features BOXING RING for feisty couples

Abandoned Japanese sex hotel urban explorer and features BOXING RING for feisty couples

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AN urban explorer has uncovered a long abandoned love motel with bonkers bedrooms with spaceship beds, merry-go-rounds and boxing rings. 

Dutch explorer Bob Thissen, 33, has explored hundreds of abandoned places all over the world, including many love hotels, but this one knocked him for six.

The 'Action Room' where couples could box before a bonk
The ‘Action Room’ where couples could have a boxing match before a bonking session
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Merry-ground beds for those wanting a bit of horse play
Merry-go-round beds for those wanting a bit of horse play
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A casino themed room with a roulette wheel above the bed
A casino themed Playboy room with a roulette wheel above the bed
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In July 2019, Bob found what he claims is the biggest and most high-end love motel he has ever seen, on Honshu island, Japan.

The motel, whose precise location Bob did not reveal for fear of vandalism, is a maze of rooms containing colourful furniture, moving beds, clusters of mirrors to watch your partner from different angles and even a bondage room with a rotating wheel.

Bob said: “This place had the craziest rooms I’ve ever seen, including moving UFO beds, a rotating merry-go-round bed, a bondage room and many more.

“In Japan you often get multiple generations living in the same house, so people used to come here to have some privacy and fun and get a break from their busy life.

“You can only find love motels like this one in Latin America and Asia.”

According to Bob, the motel he visited was active during the Showa era, when similar facilities were much more common than today.

Spaceship beds were laid on for those wanting to go where no couple have gone before
Rocket romping… Spaceship beds which moved along tracks as couples romped
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Its sober outside appearance betrays noting of what is inside
Its sober outside appearance betrays nothing… each room was entered via external doors
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This bed could tell a tale or two
If this bed could talk it would tell a tale or two
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Here is a sex gym for those wanting to bonk while working out
A wheel on which a guest with a penchant for bondage can be tied to
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The control room of the motel
The nucleus of the love hotel where guests never entered… on the top right is a tube system via which punters paid without having to leave their rooms
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Guests would communicate with staff by radio
Guests would communicate with staff by radio or phone
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The guest would place their money in a bottle which would then be fired off
The guest would place their money in a bottle which would then be fired off
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Money for rooms and various services would be put in a bottle in a room and delivered to the lobby
The money bottle would then be received at the hotel office with privacy intact


Bob said: “The Showa era terminated in 1989 with the death of the Emperor Showa, and after that it became increasingly difficult to open love motels as big as this one.

“Many motels that were thriving during the Showa era also shut down.

“What was also great about these motels is that they granted you full privacy.

“You accessed your room through a garage door, communicate with the reception via telephone and put your money in a tube which would deliver it to them.

“You didn’t have to see anyone other than your partner for your whole stay.

“Rooms could be rented for a whole night but also for only an hour or two.”

Dutch explorer Bob Thissen can be seen in a room's mirror
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Dutch explorer Bob Thissen can be seen in a mirror of a bedroom with a phone… and a box of tissues[/caption]

Quite why an inflatable lilo is stored next to this bath is puzzling to say the least
Quite why an inflatable lilo is stored next to this bath cannot be explained
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