Hilton Osaka Up To 40% Off Beverage Discount For Ladies With High Heels!


Hilton Osaka has launched new beverage discount at My Place bar on Thursday nights offering up to 40% off of alcoholic beverages for ladies wearing high heels!

Hilton Osaka High Heels Discount Up To 40 Percent Off

The discount starts at 10% and maxes out at 40% and is entirely dependent of the height of the heels.

You can access Hilton Osaka’s My Place bar here.

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Hilton Osaka High Heels Discount

Here’s an excerpt from Japan Times (access the entire piece here):

Hoping to shore up its credentials as a stylish, sophisticated establishment, My Place is giving discounts on food and beverage orders from women wearing heels, and the higher their heels, the more they’ll save.

To qualify as “high,” the heels must be at least five centimeters (two inches), which gets you 10 percent off any non-course meal menu options, including My Place’s selection of craft beers, organic wines, and cocktails. Each additional two centimeters of heel height ups the discount, with heels seven to nine centimeters shaving 15 percent off the tab, nine to 11 centimeters 20 percent, 11 to 13 centimeters 25 percent, and 13 to 15 centimeters 30 percent. Go beyond 15 centimeters (5.9 inches), and there’s an extra bonus as the discount tops out at 40 percent off.

Officially called the High Heels Ladies’ Night Discount, the service is offered on Thursday nights between 6 p.m. and 11:30 p.m.


I have stayed at the Hilton Osaka several times and it is a solid hotel in the city, although both the InterContinental and St. Regis obviously are superior. The brand new Conrad should be open or about to open now.

Now sure what to think about this high heels promotion. Sounds bit sexist, right?

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  • karl

    Sexist against men, perhaps, who do not have the option to avail a 40% discount. I say let them have their promotion, it’s interesting, fun and a refreshing change from the OTT PC culture that we are forced to endure nowadays.

    • Danny Martello

      PC or not….. karl, are speaking on behalf of business women who might not approve?

      • karl

        Nope. If you read what I wrote, it’s quite clear that it’s my opinion. Are you taking offence on behalf of hypothetical business women who might not approve? Seems that way.

  • Denis D

    Pure sexism in nature. Then… well… It’s Japan. I’m surprised though it’s happening in a property associated with a Western brand.

  • Miles

    How many minutes will pass from the time that Hilton HQ hears about this promotion until it is cancelled?

  • Jm

    higher heels (less stable walking) + higher discount (more perceived value / more to drink) = better chance to twist you ankle


    Lots of women in short skirts/dresses and high heels will guarantee many males coming in the door, thereby boosting sales – smart marketing 🙂

  • Danny Martello

    Wow….. how retarded is this?
    This is Hilton? Seriously?

  • karl

    I wonder if Sebastian has read this post. You can imagine the thought process.. High-heels, + cheap alcohol, + falling-over opportunities = $$$$$$$.

  • Dogmatick

    The local prostitutes will be digging out their fake Louboutins as surely this is aimed at stocking the place up with ladies of negotiable virtue? Or am I jaded by the UAE!

  • Will

    I could imagine the perverted Japanese male staff on their hands and knees with their rulers measuring the high heels while looking up the lady’s skirts