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The Funniest Love Hotel Names In Japan Revealed

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Need a few hours of alone time with that special someone? Then you should visit a ridiculously named love hotel.

The Japanese website goo ranking conducted a survey to determine Japan’s funniest love hotel names and the results are in!

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The survey was published on January 2nd and is based on the answers of 250 mean and 250 women. The total amount of love hotels on the list is 49. However, because much of the humor in these names gets lost in translation in this article we’ll be looking at the top 5, plus some of the strangest and most humorous entries from the bottom 44. So, without further ado, let’s get started with number 37.

37. Hide and Seek Club
(かくれんぼクラブkakurenbo kurabu)
14 votes
Karatsu City, Saga Prefecture

 

Very appropriate. A lot of hiding goes on in love hotels.
31. Pink Mochi
(Pinkのおもち – Pink no omochi)
17 votes
Akita City, Akita Prefecture

I hope pink mochi doesn’t cause people to choke to death like the regular kind.

31. Naughty Kitten
(やんちゃな子猫 – yancha na koneko)
17 votes 
Abeno Ward, Osaka City, Osaka Prefecture

 

Too easy.

26. Capricious Ponytail
(気まぐれポニーテール – kimagure poniiteeru)
19 votes
Naha City, Okinawa Prefecture

Those capricious ponytails always get me in the mood.

26. Daytime Friend
(おひるのともだち – ohiru no tomodachi)
19 votes
Ikuno Ward, Osaka City, Osaka Prefecture

 

As in, the “friend” you can only see during the day because you have to go home to spend the night with your spouse.

23. Pink Piglet
(ピンクの子豚 – pinku no kobuta)

20 votes
Kochi City, Kochi Prefecture

No better place for porking.

23. Hello Clown
(もしもしピエロ – moshi moshi piero)
20 votes 
Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture and other locations

Nothing sexier than a clown.

22. Santa’s House
(サンタの家santa no ie)
21 votes
Miyazaki City, Miyazaki Prefecture

 

No… not in Santa’s house…

19. Tanuki LAND
(たぬきLANDtanuki LAND)
23 votes
Okinawa City, Okinawa Prefecture

Given
that tanuki (raccoon dogs) are often depicted as having large
testicles, I can’t help but think this is a reference to testicles…

17. Legend of the Ignorance Feigning Beaver
(おとぼけビーバー伝説 – otoboke biibaa densetsu)

24 votes
Moriyama City, Shiga Prefecture

Don’t you hate it when beavers feign ignorance?

15. Yes We Can
26 votes
Ibaraki City, Osaka Prefecture and other locations

Thank you Obama.

14. Yellow Banana
(黄色いバナナ kiiroi banana)
28 votes 
Fukuyama City, Hiroshima Prefecture

 

Everyone loves a perfectly ripened banana.

9. North Africa 北アフリカ kita afurika
33 votes 
Kita Ward, Osaka City, Osaka Prefecture

So much sexier than South Africa.

Top 5

5. The 101st Proposal
(101回目のプロポーズhyakuikkaime no puropoozu)
40 votes
Kurashiki City, Okayama Prefecture

That many proposals seems like it might qualify as harassment…

5. Study Room
(べんきょう部屋 bekyo heya)
40 votes
Amagasaki City, Osaka Prefecture

Great for those that need to brush up on their human anatomy.

4. The Demon Bag of the Raging Tanuki
(暴れたぬきの鬼袋 – abare tanuki no oni fukuro)
41 votes
Naniwa Ward, Osaka City, Osaka Prefecture

If “demon bag” isn’t a reference to testicles then I don’t know what is.

3. It’s a Hotel Yooo!
(ホテルだぞぉー hoteru da zooo)
45 votes
Hirosaki City, Aomori Prefecture

Think of this as the love hotel version of “Who’s on First?.”

2. So…
(と、いうわけで。
to, iu wake de)
49 votes
Higashiyama Ward, Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture

Click to visit official website

As
in, “So… you wanna go to a love hotel?” Both subtle and direct at the same time. While not the funniest name on the list, it is definitely
one of the more clever ones. If you’d like to see this hotel’s website you can check it out here. They have a nice “equipment” page.

1. Banana and Donut
(バナナとドーナツbanana to donatsu)
52 votes
Ogi City, Saga Prefecture

Click to visit official website

I have nothing to add, the name speaks for itself. And yes, that is their real logo that you see in the upper left of the screenshot you see above.
If you’d like to check out their website you can do so by clicking here. They have quite an extensive food menu and plenty of pictures of their rooms.

So there you go, now you know the funniest love hotel names in Japan. Hopefully, you were able to find one that you can visit next time you go to Japan, even if it’s just to be able to say that you stayed there. Don’t worry, these hotels all offer overnight stays as well and usually their rates are very reasonable. In fact, many times they are cheaper than a regular hotel. Plus, you can take advantage of all their special  amenities!

Source: goo ranking

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