Gay bar Kabuto カブト is located in Kamata, Ota ward 大田, with easy access from Haneda Airport, Shinagawa, and other Tokyo and Yokohama area. This men-only karaoke bar is owned by a former airline cabin crew. Most customers speak or understand some English. A great place to meet Japanese locals. Closed on Mondays.
MEAT offers plenty of room to play, with 4 levels – Hunting Zone (2nd Floor), Dark Zone (3rd Floor) and Red Zone (4th Floor). Facilities include lockers, showers, dark room and private cabins. Refreshments and WiFi available. Dress codes apply (usually underwear/tank tops are ok). Weekly themes include Bulk Wednesdays, ‘Tank Top Only’ Thursdays, Underwear Fridays and Saturdays.
The origins of 24 Kaikan gay sauna began here in Asakusa; hence, older and rather run-down facilities, here. The place has fewer staff than its siblings, and the cleanliness can slip sometimes. Clients are more mature men and their admirers. Much of the action takes place in the wet area. Rooms are available for overnight rent. Open 24 hours.
Gay cruising venue in Ueno district, from the owners of HAAARD. The venue caters to GMPD guys only! – beefy, muscular, solid build, bears and butch men, so don’t feel offended if you don’t fit the description.
Popular gay sauna and Tokyo’s biggest cruising spot for gay men. With 8 floors, the 24 Kaikan Shinjuku features a dry sauna, steam room, jacuzzi, solarium, video room, private cabins, snack room, lockers. The rooftop floor has tanning beds and a cold bathtub. Cabins are expensive, so actions take place in the common areas.