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Tokyo's New "Cuddle Club," Soineya, Allows Patrons to Cuddle With Women for a Price [SEE VIDEO]

Travelers Today       By    Lena Vazifdar

Updated: Oct 02, 2012 02:53 PM EDT

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A new shop where patrons can cuddle with women for a price has opened in Tokyo.(Photo : Flickr)

Tokyo has an underground scence that often borders on weird and wacky. From manga cafes to wacky themed bars, Tokyo is a playground for the unconventional.

A new specialty shop called, Soineya, where visitors can come in and sleep with a female has now opened adding to Tokyo's interesting, eccentric, cultural mileu.

Soineya literally means "sleep together shop" and patrons can come in and cuddle for approximately 3,000 yen or $38 and can select the amount of time they want to sleep.

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Rocket News reported that the shop also has extra services for additional costs including the customer paying to give one of the female staff members a foot massage for 1,000 yen. Other services include being petted on the head, having the female staff member change in front of them and more. There is however no sexual conduct allowed in the sleeping shop located n Tokyo's Akihabara district.

Rocket News translated the shop's services below:

"Admission fee: 3000 yen (US $40)

Standard Course

20 min - 3000 yen ($40)

40 min - 5000 yen ($65, only 3000 yen for first time visitors)

60 min - 6000 yen ($77)

2 hrs - 11000 yen ($142)

3 hrs - 16000 yen ($206)

4 hrs - 20000 yen ($258)

5 hrs - 25000 yen ($322)

6 hrs - 30000 yen ($387)

10 hrs - 50000 yen ($645)

"Shimei-ryo" (fee to pick the girl you want to sleep with) - 1000 yen ($13) + 500 yen ($6.50) per hour

Optional Course

Customer sleeps in girl's arm (3 min) - 1000 yen ($13)

Girl pats customer on the back (3 min) - 1000 yen ($13)

Customer pets girl on the head (3 min) - 1000 yen ($13)

Customer and girl stare at each other (1 min) - 1000 yen ($13)

Girl changes clothes (1 time) - 1000 yen ($13)

Girl gives customer foot massage (3 min) - 1000 yen ($13)

Customer gives girl foot massage (3 min) - 2000 yen ($26)

Customer sleeps with head on girl's lap (3 min) - 1000 yen ($13)

Girl sleeps with head on customer's lap (3 min) - 2000 yen ($26)"

See the video below of a man trying out the services:

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