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Just curious about the hostess bars in Tokyo. Otherwise are there and similar establishments in Tokyo and Shinjuku that have english speaking staff or tailor to foreigners? There are plenty. You'll be approached by touts, and you see ads in local publications. These establishments are not inexpensive and are not for those with budget constraints.
Generally you'll have to avoid the ones the touts try and get you to go to. I'm not sure where to begin to look, but I'm sure there are reputable places you can find online or by recommendation. Your previous question "What would you recommend as agood budget hotel and even hostel? In my experience only, you could possibly be one to say you have more enjoyable time in the places said above than at some hoity-toity eateries where they treat you as if they're doing you a favor just by admitting you into them.
Depending pretty much on location, upscale hostess bars are mostly for people with ample company expenses on hand. In those places, even run-up to the bubble economy, it wasn't uncommon you got charged 10K-yens or more just for a glass of water or just sitting there next to your client.
If at high-end ones, I guess, more than half of those coming from overseas will be put off to know how these ho-hum places make a killing. Unless you have upwards of several hundred to several thousands of dollars to blow, this is a bad idea. Be careful some hostess club in Akasaka. Customers should have good income or good entertainment budget such as politicians, historical company owners, base ball players whoever make money with extra-ordinary manner.
Clubs are not expecting Japanese local speaking English; but there may be some in those area to have hostess from overseas. Dancers from Philippine will sit besides you with a little Japanese. Some of them speak good English though. Most of those dancers are authrised people by Philippine government. This topic has been closed to new posts due to inactivity.