Live out your fantasies of love-making in Japan’s bygone eras at this unusual love hotel in Osaka.
With pay-by the-hour systems and a focus on customer discretion, Japanese love hotels remain a private haven for couples who continue to live with their parents before, and in many cases during, marriage. While most of the country’s newer establishments can be identified by their gaudy, often castle-like, facades and over-the-top interiors, there’s one very special hotel in Osaka that retains all the classic retro charm from its opening year in 1963.
Whether you’d like to vamp it up on the elevated Edo-style balcony or inside the bright red-tiled retro bathroom, there are options for short 75-minute stays or longer overnight accommodations. To see all the rooms available, visit Hotel Fuki’s website for more details.