with Great-looking Guys
A host club is a place where the handsome staff members drink with customers and allow them to feel comfortable, spending sweet time together, almost like lovers.
Within the world of hosts, the definition of a good-looking guy often changes with the times. In recent years, the number of hosts who look like fashion models, anime characters, and pop stars has grown.
Host Clubs are
a Part of Japanese Culture
Host clubs have a history of around fifty years. The unique culture has continued to develop, originating from Japan's night life culture.
Long ago, the clubs were thought of as a playground for the rich only. However, due to the influence of the Internet and social media, nowadays, many kinds of customers come, ranging from normal young women to celebrities.
The Host's Famous
The champagne call is also known as show time. All of the hosts in the club simultaneously gather around the customer, and chant in unison to liven up the atmosphere.
During the show, you get every host all to yourself. It shouldn't be missed!
There are around 200 hosts working at Smappa! Group,
so you're bound to find the perfect host for you!
Starting in 2003, Smappa! Group has a total of 15 shops as of 2009. Rare for a host group, staff are encouraged to, and supported in, becoming licensed sommeliers. With over twenty sommeliers, Smappa! has the highest number in the industry.
In Japan, to be a "catch" (street tout) is illegal without exception, and Smappa!'s clubs do not operate outside of the legally-mandated standard business hours.
Additionally, they started the industry's first volunteer group, Yacho no Kai (Nightbird Association), which regularly goes around Kabukicho to pick up trash and clean up, in an effort to unite all of Kabukicho together as a community.
A key figure in changing the image of the night club business into a clean one with such management policies, NHK (Japan Broadcasting Corporation) even gave the group a positive introduction.
Smappa! Group President
The founder of Smappa!Group, and a permanent member of the Kabukicho District Promotion Organization's board of directors. In April of 2019, the "Night Mayor" of Amsterdam, Shamiro van der Geld, was invited by Mr. Tezuka to discuss future possible developments for the night life economy. Tezuka also talks to students in Tokyo Metropolitan high schools and at women's support facilities about sexism against women, as well as participating in many other diverse activities.
From the time of reservation confirmation, one of our English or Mandarin Chinese speaking staff will guide you through meeting, entering, spending time at, and leaving the club.
The above price list is an example.
Please feel free to ask about your guest numbers and budget.