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Hi hi!  It’s Maruko!  WOW!  It’s been over a month??  I’m sorry, it’s been so busy and we haven’t really gone to many places cuz right now is poor time.  BUT!  I have a friend named Pickles who has gone to a love hotel and wants to share the experience with you.  So, without further ado, here’s Pickles’ review!  Please enjoy!

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Hi, my name is Pickles, and like my good buddy Maruko, I enjoy spending the night at a love hotel with that special someone.  Maruko asked me to give a review of one I stayed at recently, and of course I was happy to oblige.

Sometimes when you are out with a special someone, everything adds up to create the perfect atmosphere where you realize that boning needs to commence.  One of these moments came upon two of my friends one night, and being Hiroshima locals, decided to partake in the seedy side of Hiroshima night life and stay the night at Angers, one of the love hotels in the infamous Hijiyama district near Hiroshima station.

There really was no rhyme or reason why this particular love hotel was chosen – it’s on a strip with a bunch of other love hotels, none with any distinguishable features.  We checked in at around 10pm.  We went up a winding staircase to the tiny lobby.  There was a lit-up board on the wall showing what rooms were available and what was contained in them.  The chirpy receptionist was well hidden behind a barrier so as not to see the horny loons about to check in.  We paid, and went up another winding staircase to our room.

Both the hotel itself and the room were very clean and well kept – no suspicious stains or cigarette burns on the furniture.  There was a big bed right in the middle, a big flat screen TV on one side and a slot machine game on the other.

Other basis amenities expected in a hotel – a small refrigerator, a hot water dispenser, and dishes needed for tea – were also included.  This hotel had a decent selection of food and drinks that could be ordered, but my friends were there for one thing and one thing only, so they did not partake in their fine (but overly pricey) cuisine.  We could also order toys and other things to enhance the experience, but my friends didn’t partake in those options, either.

The room was quiet, and although we could the smallest rumblings of other guests, there was nothing too egregious – just the slightest bumps and creaks from people walking above.

The bathroom was nice, clean, and big, and although no shared bathing took place, I do think it would possible and easy to achieve such an act.

The staff was very friendly, always saying hello, good evening, and good morning to us when we walked in the hallways.

Overall, this love hotel was fairly basic and didn’t have too many frills, but if you are looking for a nice, clean, quiet place to play patty cake in, Angers fits the bill well.  Next time you have a pretty man or a pretty lady on your arm and need a place to do the dirty, Angers is a good place to stop off for the night!

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Well, there you have it!  Thank you, Pickles, for your kind review!!  Angers sounds like a strange name for a love hotel, but, different strokes for different folks, yes??  Next time won’t be so long off!  I got to go to Osaka this past weekend, so I have an interesting hotel to tell you all about next time!  In the mean time, please check out Caroline Josephine  and Glass of Win!  Caroline Josephine is a very interesting blogger who lives in Tokyo and Glass of Win is another awesome blogger, but she lives in Southern California!  Also, I’m going to guest blog for Glass of Win, so you can catch me there before my next blog here!

Until next time, oyasumi!