Retro Space Saka Hall

(18 & over y’all)

While in Japan I had a chance to visit the awesomely strange and erotic,

 Retro Space Saka hall.

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Established in 1995, Saka Biscuit is a famous biscuit brand which is well-known to people in Hokkaido. Next to the head office and the factory, there is a private museum Retro Space Saka. A director of Saka Biscuit and an owner of the museum, Mr. Kazutaka Saka has a motto “not spending money”. One day he picked up a mannequin in a trash station. Since then, he started collecting random stuff from the Showa period, and plenty of erotica. After amassing a huge collection over many decades, he decided to house them all in one place and open it for public viewing.

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100 barbies or so, all in bondage. Think about that, He sat and took the time for each individual barbie…dude.
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“There’s an entire corner under the stairs with nothing but panties on display, right next to the wall of Showa era nudes. But it’s not all rope and boobs here. There’s a treasure trove of old packaging and random antiques to appreciate. As you tiptoe through the narrow, orange-tiled walkways, you’re never sure what you’ll find around the next corner” – source

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INFO

Address
Nijyuyonken 3 Jou 7-3-22, Nishi ward, Sapporo

Get there
Nijyuyonken Station (Tozai line), take exit 4

Phone
011 632 5656

Hours
11.00am – 6.30pm weekdays

Open on random Saturdays – best to call beforehand. If someone picks up the phone, it’s probably open. To be sure, ask in Japanese: Kyou akimasuka (Are you open today?) If you hear hai, akimasu, you’re good to go.

Closed on Sundays and public holidays

Budget
Free

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