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ÈÕ±¾ÇéÈËÂùÝÉúÒâÒÀÈ»ºì»ð ¡¾È«ÇòÈȵ㡿 Even in the midst of Japan’s deepest economic recession since World War II, the country’s love hotel industry is thriving. ¼´Ê¹ÔÚ¶þÕ½ÒÔÀ´×îÑÏÖصľ­¼ÃË¥ÍËʱÆÚ£¬ÈÕ±¾ÇéÈËÂùÝÒµÒÀ¾ÉÉúÒâÐË¡¡£ “I’d hate to use the term ‘recession-proof’, but it’s certainly proven very resilient over the last six to nine months,” said Steve Mansfield, CEO of New Perspectives, which operates six love, or "leisure hotels" in Japan. “ÎÒ²»Ï²»¶Ê¹ÓÑ˥Í˵ÄÖ¤Ã÷’ÕâÑùµÄ×ÖÑÛ,µ«ÊÇÔÚ¹ýÈ¥6µ½9¸öÔÂÖУ¬Õâ¸öÐÐÒµ±íÏÖ³ö¼«Ç¿µÄÉú ÃüÁ¦¡£”˹µÙ·ò?Âü˹·Æ¶ûµÂÈçÊÇ˵¡£ËûÊÇ“ÐÂÇ°¾°”¹«Ë¾µÄÖ´ÐÐ×ܲÃ,¸Ã¹«Ë¾ÔÚÈÕ±¾¾­Óª×Å6¼ÒÇéÈË ÂùݻòÕß˵“ÐÝÏДÂùݡ£ One of them, the Bonita Hotel in Isawa, boasts a 257 percent occupancy rate. Rooms can be rented for three to 24 hours. ÆäÖÐÔÚʯºÍÓÐÒ»¼Ò½Ð“Bonita”µÄÂùݳö×âÂʸߴï257%£¬·¿¼ä ¿ÉÒÔÔÚ24СʱÄÚ³ö×â3´Î¡£ Mansfield’s company estimates the industry in Japan pulls in $40 billion a year in revenue. ¾ÝÂü˹·Æ¶ûµÂµÄ¹«Ë¾¹À¼Æ£¬ÈÕ±¾ÇéÈËÂùÝÒµµÄÄêÊÕÈË¿É´ï400 ÒÚÃÀÔª¡£
   


 
“It’s a natural human desire. Even these days, on the weekend, every love hotel is full of people — it's hard to get in. You can never stop sexual desire,” said a woman with her boyfriend in Tokyo, who laughed in embarrassment when asked for her name. “ÕâÊÇÈËÖ®³£Çé°É¡£¼´±ãÊÇÏÖÔÚ£¬Ò»µ½ÖÜÄ©ÇéÈËÂùÝÀïÉúÒâÒÀÈ» »ð±¬,Ҫס½øÈ¥»¹²»Ì«ÈÝÒס£ÐÔÓûÊÇ´ÓÀ´¶¼²»»áÍ£Ö¹µÄ¡£”ÔÚ¶«¾©£¬ —λºÍÄÐÓÑÔÚÒ»ÆðµÄŮʿÕâô˵¡£µ±Çë½ÌËýµÄÃû×Öʱ,ËýºÜ¾½ÆÈµØ Ð¦ÁË¡£ Love hotels fill a need for privacy in a country where high population density often means couples have little time alone. ÔÚÒ»¸öÈË¿ÚÃܶȺܸߵĹú¶ÈÀï,ÇéÂÂÃÇÄܵ¥¶ÀÏà´¦µÄ»ú»á²» ¶à,¶øÇéÈËÂùÝÌî²¹ÁËÈËÃǶÔÒþ˽·½ÃæÐèÇóµÄ¿Õ°×¡£ Rooms offer a broad assortment of features, including karaoke machines, PlayStation game consoles, DVD players, a variety of cosmetics, customized condoms and indoor-outdoor Jacuzzis.  ÇéÈËÂùݵķ¿¼äÌṩ¶àÖÖÎïÆ·£¬°üÀ¨¿¨À­OK»ú¡¢ÓÎÏ·»ú¡¢DVD ²¥·Å»ú¡¢¸÷ÖÖ»¯×±Æ·¡¢Îª¿ÍÈËÁ¿Éí¶¨ÖƵıÜÔÐÌ׺ͻ§ÄÚÍâÁ½Óð´Ä¦Ô¡¸×µÈ¡£ Though required by law to have a front desk, most can be rented and entered without talking to a clerk. ¾¡¹Ü·¨Âɹ涨ÇéÈËÂùݱØÐëÉèÓÐǰ̨£¬µ«ÊÇ´ó¶àÊýÇéÈËÂùÝÔÚ ×âס·¿¼äʱ²»ÐèÒªºÍÂùÝÖ°Ô±½²»°¡£ The days of Japanese being ashamed to enter love hotels are coming to an end, though, Mansfield said.  ²»¹ý,¾ÝÂü˹·Æ¶ûµÂ˵£¬ÈÕ±¾ÈËÐßÓÚÈËסÇéÈËÂùݵÄÈÕ×ÓÒѾ­ һȥ²»¸´·µÁË¡£ " Seventy-five percent of our guests are members of our points program, he said. “They carry our points cards, they collect points and they receive gifts. That’s something people are very comfortable with, and I think that reflects the customers that we attract.” Ëû˵:“75%µÄ¿ÍÈËÊÇ»ý·ÖÖÆ»áÔ±£¬ËûÃÇ´ø×Å»ý·Ö¿¨»ý·Ö²¢»»È¡ ÀñÎï¡£ÈËÃǺÜϲ»¶ÕâÑù×ö,ÎÒÈÏΪÕâ·´Ó³³öÎÒÃÇÎüÒýÁË¿ÍÈË Takashi Yamamoto, who designs love hotels in Tokyo, agreed. ¸Ã¹«Ë¾ÔÚ¶«¾©µÄÇéÈËÂùÝÉè¼Æʦɽ±¾¹óҲͬÒâÕâÑùµÄ˵·¨¡£ “The bad image that love hotels had has faded over time. Also, customers started to raise their voices and became more selective about choosing hotels. In response, management has improved.” “Ëæ×Åʱ¼äµÄÍÆÒÆ,ÇéÈËÂùݵĻµÃûÉùÏûÍËÁË¡£¿ÍÈËÃÇÒ²¸ÒÓÚÌáó{ɤÃÅ£¬¶ÔÓÚÂùݵÄÑ¡ÔñÒ²¸üÌôÌÞ¡£Òò´Ë,ÇéÈËÂùݵĹÜÀíÒ²µÃÒÔ¸ÄÉÆÁË¡£”  The flashiest love hotels are found in Osaka, including a Hello Kitty-themed hotel and one with room featuring a merry-go-round. ×îÒýÈËעĿµÄÇéÈËÂùÝÔÚ´óÚæ,ÓÐÒ»¼ÒÇéÈËÂùݵÄÖ÷ÌâΪHello Kitty,²¢ÓÐÒ»¼äÒÔÐýתľÂíΪÌØÉ«µÄ·¿¼ä¡£ Tokyo hotels tend to be tamer, focused on winning customers with amenities. The Style A Hotel, for example, offers a suite for $ 190 that includes a full-size Jacuzzi and Éç private sauna. ¶«¾©µÄÇéÈËÂùÝÏà¶ÔÑ­üI¾Ø,ËûÃÇ°Ñ×¢ÒâÁ¦¼¯ÖÐÔÚΪ¿ÍÈËÌṩ·½±ãÉÏ¡£ÀýÈçStyle AÂùÝÔÚ·¿ ¼ÛΪ190ÃÀÔªµÄÌ×·¿Àï°²·ÅÁË´óÐ͵ݴĦԡ¸×,»¹Ìṩ˽ÈËÉ£ÄᣠThough young couples make up the majority of customers, they are not the only ones. One man, who declined to be named, said: “I go to love hotels when I’m drunk and don’t feel like going home. ¾¡¹ÜÄêÇáÇéÂÂÕ¼ÁË¿ÍÈËÖеĴó¶àÊý£¬µ«²»ÊÇÈ«²¿¡£ÓÐһλ¾Ü¾ø͸¶ÐÕÃûµÄÄÐʿ˵£¬“ÎÒÓÐʱºÈ ×íÁ˲»Ïë»Ø¼Ò£¬¾Íµ½ÇéÈËÂùÝÈ¥¡£” Whatever the reasons, the hotels have been doing well enough that Mansfield recently went to London, seeking investors to expand. ²»¹Ü³öÓÚʲôԭÒò,ÇéÈËÂùݵÄÉúÒâÒ»Ö±ºÜ»ð¡£Âü˹·Æ¶ûµÂ×î½üÈ¥ÁËÂ׶أ¬ËûÏëÑ°ÕÒͶ×ÊÈËÀ´À©Õ¹×Ô¼ºµÄÒµÎñ¡£ “The industry has 25,000 hotels, and through our research we’ve worked out that 90 percent of owners have five or fewer hotels,” he said. Ëû˵£º“´ÓÊÂÇéÈËÂùÝÐÐÒµµÄÓÐ2.5Íò¼Ò,µ«¾ÝÎÒÃǵĵ÷–ËÏÔʾ£¬90%µÄÒµÖ÷Ö»ÓµÓÐ5¼Ò»ò¸ü ÉÙµÄÂùݡ£” That fragmentation is a structural inefficiency in the market, he said, one he would like to help correct. Ëû±íʾ,ÕâÖÖ·ÖÉ¢µÄ×´¿öµ¼ÖÂÊг¡½á¹¹Ê§µ÷£¬ËûÏëҪȥ¸Ä±äÕâÖÖÏÖ×´¡£

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