South 6th West 7th, 札幌市中央区南6条西7丁目, Sapporo, Japan
Gay cruise club that has been in the Sapporo gay scene since 2009. SWEAT is frequented by young (slim to athletic) guys and hosts various themed nights – visit the website for agenda.
Admission 2,000¥. Look for the grey door with a SWEAT sticker it on a small 2-storey building, next to G.M.P.D. Foreigners are required to show a copy of your passport.
weekday: 18:00 - 08:00
weekend: Fri 18:00 - Sun 24:00
venue: cruise/fetish (密性恋物) | features: relaxing cabins, dark room, shower (放松舱, 暗室) | customers: gay
Place to be boycotted
“Well, having traveled in many countries, I had never seen such a discriminatory attitude in a gay cruising area. Actually, there are two areas: for people under 40 AND slim and one area open to all. When you enter, you present an ID and as a function of your age or body aspect, you are oriented in the "young" area called "sweat" or to the "for all" area called "werewolf". The sweet area is protected with a door with a kind of code lock. The circulation between the areas is possible only for people having access to the sweat area. I took photos of the instructions,you can see them. I believe it is a shame and this place should be avoided. And definitively avoid it if you are over 40 and not slim, it will just be humiliating.“
Dimitri on 31-05-2019 | Problem with this review?
Still in business?
“Went there on 18th October, door was locked, no doorbell to ring, could not see whether there was any light inside, had to give up and go to the nearby BYCS instead.“
S on 31-10-2017 | Problem with this review?
Easily the best
“Look for the grey door with the words SWEAT, catered to slim and toned individuals but I saw people of all types in there. The English version of their website can be outdated in terms of themes.
Service : The staff was helpful for the two times I went despite their limited English
The second floor has a smoking room with the only clock on the floor, two areas that lead to dim areas and the private rooms with one ending in a mini rest areas that has cable and gay magazines to browse.
The top floor [has a] weird calculations of height minus weight=105 to enter. It's just a lit room with a sofa and beds with pillows to rest on.
Two showers but good enough. Easily beats BYCS which is just a crammed alley of dark rooms.“
Der on 21-07-2017 | Problem with this review?
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