Suginami-ku Acrylic Keychain

2 October 2018 ● less than 1 min read ● 2 images

Typically lower tier hotels in Japan used this style of giant acrylic key rings for their room keys. The closest American comparison I can think of is motels. What jumps to mind for the more perverse of us are "love hotels"; hotels that can be rented by the hour. Ridiculous fonts and faux-French names are par for the course. This one reads:

ホテル スギナミ(杉並区) 好き好き!

Hotel Lovey Dovey Suginami! (Approx)

I wanted a keyring to embarrass my university-aged nephew when he comes to stay for the weekend. I made a few extras at the same time. Green acrylic with gold etched lettering, and upgraded hardware for the top. I love Suginami-ku.

18 cm x 2 cm x 1.5 cm

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