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Basically saying I can take you all out for a good, expensive night and pay for it all out of my own pocket at the end.

I played with the thought of trying deriheru, but setting a meeting up seemed too much of a hassle, and you also have to pay for the hotel. I've never been to an oppabu, but judging from what I've read it's similar to the kind of place I've listed under "sexy kyaba kura".

Nah, they will get tits out. Youre in a bar with your mates and everyone is sucking on boobs in plain sight and no one gives a fuck. I worked at a Snack once, was one of two foreigners. Also a lot of women that go into the hostess industry have a very difficult time getting out of it.

The money is great if you are good at it but it is exhausting both physically and mentally! Also, once you hit your mid thirties, not many men will be requesting your company you will come after the younger girls. Some women do go off to become quite successful by building up a large clientele and opening up their own shops.

A higher percentage of other women end up quitting, or being laid-off and being Japan, not many companies or or regular work places are interested in hiring a woman in her mid to late 30's and she is also far past the "proper age" to get married and have children.

Also, due to the long working hours and amount of alcohol that these women must endure, it pushes a lot of them to drug use. Two of them actually being well-known mamas around the Osaka area. As for prostitution, I actually used to live about a 5 minute walk away from one of the soap land districts in Osaka. Talk about a bizarre place to walk around at night.

Also, I will add that most of the customer cars that were parked outside of these "houses" were indeed owned by yakuza. The money is great if you are good at it but it is exhausting both physically and mentally.

I worked at an eikaiwa once, was one of two foreigners. Also a lot of women that go into the eikaiwa industry have a very difficult time getting out of it. Think of the classier models of makes like Mercedes Benz and Bentleys.

And then paint it black. Apparently that's what most of the cars the yakuza use are like. Just the same way having a Kansai-ben accent, a cheap suit and dark sunglasses does not make you a yakuza, having a big car with tinted windows pretty much just means you are most likely an older guy with cash to spend at soap lands. As for the licence plate thing: I have never ever seen that on a yakuza or yakuza-connected car, ever.

I don't even think there is any way to order a custome number in that way. Assuming they actually are Yakuza and actually want that number, I'm sure they can make it happen. You find me one single credible source as to how that would have ever happened, then we talk. Seriously, some people in this sub read way too much Adelstein for their own good. Yakuzas aren't some mythical magical beings with Hollywood-like shogun-era codes of conducts and near-infinite powers. This may have been vaguely close to true in the 60ss, but we are a long way removed from that nowadays: Moreover, there are a million reasons why they wouldn't want to be too obvious nowadays 1 reason: My first job when I moved to Japan when I was 21 was bar tending at a night club.

I had no idea that the owner of the club was yakuza until I met him and realized that he was missing both his pinkies and then eventually on a slow night showed us his full back tattoo, also had to go over to his home once to fix a problem with his computer. He would also roll into the club with his entourage of yakuza buddies. They were all really kind, some of them actually quite funny. I still see them around every now and then.

Skip forward to a few years later where I am bar tending at a gaijin bar and my co-worker more like guy that just helped out is yakuza. He pretty much took me under his wing. He recently got married to a girl from Ukraine and has a baby, but we still go out for dinner and drinks occasionally. She was working at a hostess club owned by his friend. They met, dated for a while, got married and then a year later had a child together. With that said, most of these women are indeed from Russia, Ukraine, Romania and they likely met at a hostess club.

Most of these women could be searching for an easy visa, money, etc. But the relationships that I have seen are legit. There are quite a lot, though a lot of the women that I have met come here mainly to make money so they can help support their families back home.

Hey, quick question as im about to head to japan on a working holiday visa. I bartend a lot normally but apparently youre not allowed to do so as a foreigner on that visa Its the only thing you cant do but the one thing i have a lot of experience with..

Girls are always in higher demand than men, I am sure you can understand why. As I stated a few times in other posts, they really don't give a damn whether you can bar tend or not, most places prefer someone who "looks good" and therefore will attract customers. Needless to say, drunk and hungover every day becomes the norm. As you point out, it is illegal on a working holiday visa, and the risk of your bar getting raided is very real these days most places in Roppongi get raided at least once a year: Thats good to know.

I studied japase at uni for a few years but i need practice to be able to converse. I hope after a couple of months ill be able to get real non gaijin jobs. Good to know they actually get raided. Working black is pretty easy in australia. I used to frequent a place on the weekends. Manhattan its name was. In some backwater town of Niigata. It was fucking rank. Owned by some dodgy old cunt who had his face scarred from eye to mouth by some local chinpira.

Full of exhausted leather faced birds of at least 50 summers with no panties, performing all manner of lewd acts with anything they could get their hands on. God forbid if you ever tried to light up a tab in the place. This one Doris, seeing me attempting to do just that, snatched the lighter from my hands, stuck it between her legs and bent over, giving me a view right up her guts. Wish it was, always wondered what happened to blokes like that. I miss my beloved BD, it was funny.

I knew there would be some old BD heads about. He was truly a genius, enough so that I could overlook the often blatant racist shit he said. Now that Big Daikon is gone, his writings are truly a relic of the past. Which although possible, is somehow improbably in my mind, given how deeply that phrasing belongs to Deke.

Lastly, Deke never complained about Japanese beer being weak, he only reveled in telling the reader how many tins of Yebisu he managed to drain down his gullet. Closing down is one thing but I think its really sad there aren't any archives anywhere. Yeah most of that forum was total nonsense, and definitely didn't put the JET program in any sort of positive light, but I'm sad its seemingly gone forever.

If Mochee hadn't wanted it anymore I'd have been more than happy to take over and just leave it online to die gracefully, or whatever.

Just the archives would have been good, I don't think it could ever be revived. I went to a BD meetup once, but wasn't there long and can't really remember many people. It felt weird for me though because I almost never posted anyway so I knew everyone else but they wouldn't know me: I don't think I appreciated Deke's style of writing as much as other people did, but if nothing else it was definitely a very unique style I've never really seen anywhere else.

Deke certainly inspired me. He was fucking great on Big Daikon. I did blatantly steal the use of summers to denote age though. Although exhausted and leather faced are pretty common descriptions from up my way. In no way should you be. He was a literary force and I absolutely love that phrase too. But I never went thru with it, for fairly obvious reasons not my place, I guess. Now that BD is lost I feel like a piece of what it means to be gaijin has been forgotten, although the majority of the site was exactly that, snide drivel.

Cheers to epic memories. I can imagine a number of things that are somewhat lewd which one could do with cling film, but I can't think of any where the intent would be to actually arouse another human being. What the fuck were they doing with it? To add to the chorus, your writing is amazing. If this is how you usually reminisce you are basically living a seedy work of noir fiction. What nationality are you? I was under the impression that Soaplands did not welcome anyone but Japanese. I'm a white, blond European.

I was surprised, too. Maybe business was low. Went to a soap land this past December. Didn't know what to expect. In fact, I never had a prostitute before. My Japanese is almost non existent. I opted for long term language acquisition rather than quick and dirty conversational Japanese. Maybe I had beginner's luck but it was one of the best experiences I've ever had in my life.

She wasn't beautiful but that night was sheer heaven. She was in her 30s and Japanese. Seemed really happy and made me feel welcome in every way. My wife is with me this trip and wants to experience a soap land girl. We're both going next weekend. It'll be interesting to see how they respond to female customers. The woman I was with last month says she gets about women per week. The guys laughed heartily some actually guffawed and thought it was really amusing but no luck.

Some of them actually did understand my piss-poor Japanese and still no luck. I kind of waffled because that's WAY more than I can spend, but i finally said yes. They went to go get the women but they came back empty and said "sorry, sold out". They all gave me the deep low apologetic bows you see when people are apologizing for some terrible slight or unintentional rudeness.

I take "sold out" to mean "they asked the woman, but she refused to do it". A friend told me that most women there would adore to have a female client much more than male clients, but having another woman is considered losing face in front of their employers who consider it "nasty" and "filthy". But it was freaking hilarious to see my wife make the universal lesbian scissoring symbol with her fingers and seeing a room full of Yakuza with dark shades and dark suits on burst into a fit of laughter.

My Japanese is actually getting much better, so we'll try again this March when we go back to Tokyo. I understand that if we were in Shinjuku we would have no trouble finding a soapland that accepted women. We were in Minoa, and I have no desire to go to Shinjuku. I totally understand why Japanese don't like foreigners. Shinjuku is the closest thing Tokyo has to a cesspool.

If we can't get a soapland experience in Minoa, we simply won't have a soapland experience. Fuck the haters, this was interesting as fuck as someone who went to all the seedy places in Tokyo and didn't know what the fuck was going on.

Yea I have no interest at all in this sort of thing, but that doesn't mean it isn't a very interesting read and thing to know. Haha, literally the first comment is "fuck the haters" before there are actually any haters? From what I've seen, this subreddit generally dislikes people asking about how to have sex in Japan.

Definitely an interesting read, would be interesting to hear why the OP is actually into all this kind of stuff though! I must admit I never had trouble meeting girls just by going to regular clubs or bars so the idea of paying this amount of money for a bit of human interaction seems crazy to me!

I had the same thought until someone brought me to a snack and I had a great time. Now I get it. With the prostitutes, that sounds incredibly shady. Especially basically paying a pimp rather than directly paying the girl, and women from China and other nations.

If you do this, just remember it's likely you are supporting human trafficking and sex trafficking. I'm not going to condemn anyone for participating in the world's oldest profession, but I think anyone looking for prostitution in Japan should be aware that the girls they end up with, especially foreign girls, may essentially be prisoners and forced into it. Not condemning anyone who goes to willing prostitutes for sex, but if there is strong signs that the prostitute you are hiring is being human trafficked - and you still go through with it - you are a sick fuck for supporting that.

I would hope that goes without saying. You can still be a rapist even if you're paying for it. I was in Gotenba to climb Mt. Fuji the next day, and just wanted to get some tsukemen for dinner, when an Asian-looking guy asks me in English if I knew what you could do in this boring town. He told me he was a graphics designer from China or something and dragged along with his parents when they invited him to an all-inclusive group trip to Japan.

So we get tsukemen, and since there is nothing else to do, I suggest we go to a snack. The guy standing outside was a bit surprised about the white guy talking to him in Japanese while the Asian guy only speaks English, but we go in and after a couple of girls come and go, they get a Chinese girl to our table.

She was the shyest girl I'd ever seen in a place like that. Didn't really drink, didn't speak Japanese very well and didn't talk much in Chinese either. She looked uncomfortable and clearly didn't want to be there. I remember two sad girls in maid outfits standing outside a shady place directly opposite to Kanda station exit in Tokyo. On display like goods, ready to be bought. At that time, I finally understood what objectification of women really means and felt powerless.

In the end it's often exploitation. I can see the appeal tough and don't want to condemn all of it. Thats my thing about it. I don't care who other people have sex with or if they're paying, as long as its between consenting adults. I'm all for legalizing prostration. But when it supports trafficking or other shady business thats just not okay. And you can never really tell because these places aren't regulated yet, hopefully.

I'd like to add my two experience because they weren't mentioned here and they were more fun than most. Lingerie Pubs This may be the same as your definition of sexy Kabakura but it sounded a little different so I'll tell you my experience.

Once full rotation was achieved the girls sat down with us and it was the basic snack deal chat and pouring of drinks,etc but we were free to touch everything and suck on their tits etc. Super Hostess Party We get a room in a restaurant and girls are delivered there ,sounds like deruheru I know, but these girls had various games up there sleeve like janken strip battle, the sake cup awesome, long story and eating sashimi off them like in the movie 'rising sun'.

This wasn't deruheru I got a business card and this was what their main trade was. Lingerie pubs are named as such and they were in Kyushu but I have seen them in Osaka. The party was at a shiriai's restaurant. These places sound theoretically fun but if I were actually placed in that situation I would be uncomfortable as hell and probably would just want to get the hell out of there. The lingerie pub was fine and quite laid back you were free to participate at a level you were comfortable at.

The super hostess party, however, was pretty uncomfortable from the start one girl looked really uncomfortable as it was her first time and came and sat with me for the most part as I looked safe.

Halfway through a hostess spread her legs in front of me and told me to finger her I awkwardly obliged and she instantly told me I was terrible at it.

I then got a lesson from one of my Japanese friends which was actually very informative. He told me his boss forced him to always send the least attractive girls to foreign customers in addition to charging them a higher fee. Granted this is just single service, chances are most of the girls who will service foreigners aren't pretty. God that book was amazing and terrifying. One of the best Japan-related books I've read, and super insightful and horrific. My number-one recommendation for Japan-based true crime, for those who have the stomach for it.

I once got a magazine of job listings for Soaps it looked strikingly similar to "Seventeen Magazine" and a pretty hefty issue , among other sketchy services. Never worked in the sex industry, but that was my mild brush with it, as a girl just minding her own business shopping in Shibuya. One time, I was walking around in Ueno and this gigantic African guy no racism intended, he was actually just nearly twice as large as me grabbed my arm and pulled me into a deserted, completely shuttered down few feet wide alleyway, saying that he wanted to become friends with me.

Everyone acted like it wasn't happening--that I didn't exist. Panicked and quickly switched to English and for some reason, his demeanor changed. He kinda just let me go after that. The only snack bar in my town is ran by a woman in her 70s with bunch of wooden penis statues all over the place.

She'll sing any enka song with you though. Also a drunk guy I met there told me the last delivery health place that serviced our area went out of business over 10 years ago.

Inaka life is fuzoku free life! In case anyone needs something like this for korea: What you've described is more of a hostess bar, and while technically most snack are mini-hostess bars, that isn't always the case. Generally a snack will just be like a bar, usually with female staff. Initially these were places that had cheap to free drinks for women with the idea of making it more attractive overall.

One other difference is that because more girls bars are run on normal restaurant licenses there are far less restrictions on location and business hours. These distinctions are important because each of the three listed above have very clear distinctions about what is allowed under their specific business licenses. In my experience at Snacks you pay by the hour, get nomihodai on particular drinks and girls come and sit down next to you to talk with you, which is nothing like a bar with female staff.

Your description of a Snack seems to be more like a Mama bar in my non-technical experience, though in that case the female staff is almost always over My description of Snacks is just based on time spent inside places with signs outside that have "Snack" on them. I don't see myself using this information but it was something new at least lol.

You might want to refine this and give a few options to explorers There are some "seedier" places than others Safer and cheaper than Kabukicho, but still close to the center of Tokyo.

I always see it in shadier parts of town and I figured it's some sort of way of connecting johns and prostitutes. These muryou-annnai-sho refer clients to herusu, soapland, etc. Before this, kyakuhiki solicited johns on the street. I believe that they are generally considered to be safe. Far safer and more cost-effective than wandering into random establishments, or calling random phone numbers you've found on ads or chirashi.

They are required to be registered to the police as a fuzoku business depends on the local government, I believe. Also, they have relations with multiple businesses in the area, so one can assume certain trustworthiness.

But they are still believed to be less safe or cost-effective than good magazines and websites, IMO. I have ordered deriheru three times. There are a range of websites which list the services and photos of probably fictional ladies. The basic service included kissing, oral sex without condom , 69, rimming apparently, I didn't ask for this and wasn't sure if it meant you could rim them - no thanks! Sex is not included, it costs extra.

I never opted for it. Once I cheekily asked if my room-mate could share the girl we'd have 15 minutes each but got a firm no from the receptionist on the phone. The first girl I had was really cute Chinese and was ok at her work.

The second was Japanese and excellent, really got stuck in I should have got her name. The third time I tried testing out my theory that the photos were fake they were and had a very average Chinese lady who was terrible at her job. She didn't leave fast enough for my liking too each time I hurried the girls out of my place, I wanted them to vanish more or less immediately.

I decided to give up on delivery health after that. I think part of it was the nature of what Japanese sexual mores require. If you watch a bit of Japanese porn you'll see what I mean, and it's quite different from my preferences.

Their kisses involve them prodding you with their tongue, and their BJs are slurpy slobbering on your Johnson rather than decent sucking. Also I don't like the squealing which sounds like a bike with worn-out break pads.

But if you're feeling lazy and want some sexual release, I'd probably recommend trying it. At 10, yen it compares favourable to the places mentioned above. And after you're done you're in the comfort of your own home, having a beer, feeling healthier than you did before, and slightly elated but appalled that it's as easy as ordering pizza. I have no idea, but to me this sounds like it could be extremely dangerous work for the girls.

For the client to go to the actual place where something of that sort is performed, at least there is the security of the venue, familiarity, and whatnot. Having a girl come directly to a strangers house for sexual services sounds like a death sentence waiting to happen. They also usually provide deriheru magazines at various love hotels. A gaijin friend of mine thought it would be funny to steal them from the hotel to take them back home to their country Bunch of pictures of women with blurred faces and their stats bust size, weight, etc.

I haven't read all of the comments yet, so maybe it's been mentioned, but I noticed that you didn't include Health in your write-up. I only recently started dabbling in this kind of stuff in Japan, and "hotel health" are easily my favorite. I love it so so much. From my experience, here's how it works: He shows you the course menu, where you choose time length, and what type of activity you want to do.

Unlike prostitution, health is completely legal since "honban" actual sex itself is "not allowed". Everything else is encouraged and likely has a price tag as an option on the menu. The guy lays out picture cards on the desk to show which girls are currently on duty at the moment and ready to go. The pictures you see on the club's website shows their faces blurred out, but the cards they show you on the desk are not blurred out. You pay the guy, then he sends you to a nearby love hotel, the niceness of which will be based on what level you paid for.

You check in to the room by the hour, once again based on the course you paid for, and then call the guy at the desk that sent you there to tell him your room number, and then sit and wait for him to send the girl to around. Afterwards, she showers you again, and then you can hang out until your time is up, if you want to. I was turned away from two different places before finding the place that accepted me.

I'm a pretty obvious foreigner but I speak near-native level Japanese. If you don't speak very fluent Japanese, you probably won't get in.

You mention sex, however my understanding is that "honban" is technically prohibited. How does that work? Foreigners are never going to be undercover police.

Japanese going there will likely just go for all but honban unless they're regulars. You can basically call prostitutes for "delivery health" anywhere in most major cities in Japan anyway according to one hilarious pervert of a Japanese dude I spoke to when he was staying with me in England. I wrote a long-winded post in the used underwear thread today so I'll try to make this short. As the Wikipedia excerpt on my other post says, under Baishun Boshi Ho, "The definition of prostitution is strictly limited to coitus.

Now, soaplands, and ryoutei in Tobita Shinchi I commented on in other post, always involve honban. The women who work there are freelance workers engaged in such non-sexual services. There's no contractual relationshiop between the owner and the women involving sexual services.

Therefore, the owner isn't engaged in any illegal act. To enforce this technicality, there are some minor technicalities, such as, in the case of soaplands, every room has a small sauna machine, the room isn't sealed up, clients pay money to the manager and to the woman separately etc.

They provide legal ie. As such, a typical website of a business has a detailed price list for each service. Because they are legal, it doesn't matter if the manager and the woman had contractual relationship involving legal sexual services. For these businesses, it would be devastating if the police found out that the manager is encouraging women to have honban.

Therefore, it is generally understood that they don't, especially in Herusu and other establishments. If a woman had honban with a client, then it's her choice that was made outside of the context of the business. Whether a client can do honban at Deliheri is thought to be like a game to play. Because of this, some men prefer Deliheri to soaplands where honban is the norm. It's like the old tradition of yuukaku, where you had to follow certain protocol like visiting a woman three times before you could have sex with her.

The interesting point here is that the law involving these services are made and enforced to protect women from pimps and exploitive organizations. Women who provide the services are not penalized as long as they don't solicit clients themselves or turn to the managing side. As such, prostitution laws don't deter women from engaging in such activities. Another issue is male prostitution. Male prostitutes serving gay men can't prostitute himself by definition. It was recently reported that, because of this, many male prostitutes were coming to Japan from South Korea where a law to punish male prostitution exists.

That's my understanding, too. The touts usually advertised "sex", and it seemed pretty clear to me that they meant full penetration. Now that you mention it, one tout initially only asked me "How about some cute girls? Honban is prohibited but as always Japan is full of loop holes. DeruHeru Delivery Health is meant to offer only 'health' meaning oral sex which is legal as its not penetrative technically but having a look at the websites the codes don't really leave much to the imagination.

She tells me she makes 30 per cent of whatever the men buy her. The only way to make the money. This is not the type of place to break the rules. This is the only picture I could quickly snap. She tells me she grew up in Japan. Her father is Japanese but her mother is Jamaican. Her parents know about her job. People work so hard so when they come this place, they just want to talk to the girls.

Bars like this one are everywhere in Tokyo's red light district. I can sense her patience with me is beginning to run out and I wrap things up. With a big smile she wishes me luck and takes me back to meet Scott.

After a tense few minutes, I figure out the language barrier and the cash is withdrawn. Video Image Is your massage parlour actually a brothel 1: I know not to mess with this guy.

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I hope after a couple of months ill be able to get real non gaijin jobs. Good to know they actually get raided.

Working black is pretty easy in australia. I used to frequent a place on the weekends. Manhattan its name was. In some backwater town of Niigata. It was fucking rank. Owned by some dodgy old cunt who had his face scarred from eye to mouth by some local chinpira.

Full of exhausted leather faced birds of at least 50 summers with no panties, performing all manner of lewd acts with anything they could get their hands on. God forbid if you ever tried to light up a tab in the place. This one Doris, seeing me attempting to do just that, snatched the lighter from my hands, stuck it between her legs and bent over, giving me a view right up her guts. Wish it was, always wondered what happened to blokes like that. I miss my beloved BD, it was funny. I knew there would be some old BD heads about.

He was truly a genius, enough so that I could overlook the often blatant racist shit he said. Now that Big Daikon is gone, his writings are truly a relic of the past. Which although possible, is somehow improbably in my mind, given how deeply that phrasing belongs to Deke.

Lastly, Deke never complained about Japanese beer being weak, he only reveled in telling the reader how many tins of Yebisu he managed to drain down his gullet.

Closing down is one thing but I think its really sad there aren't any archives anywhere. Yeah most of that forum was total nonsense, and definitely didn't put the JET program in any sort of positive light, but I'm sad its seemingly gone forever. If Mochee hadn't wanted it anymore I'd have been more than happy to take over and just leave it online to die gracefully, or whatever.

Just the archives would have been good, I don't think it could ever be revived. I went to a BD meetup once, but wasn't there long and can't really remember many people. It felt weird for me though because I almost never posted anyway so I knew everyone else but they wouldn't know me: I don't think I appreciated Deke's style of writing as much as other people did, but if nothing else it was definitely a very unique style I've never really seen anywhere else.

Deke certainly inspired me. He was fucking great on Big Daikon. I did blatantly steal the use of summers to denote age though. Although exhausted and leather faced are pretty common descriptions from up my way. In no way should you be. He was a literary force and I absolutely love that phrase too. But I never went thru with it, for fairly obvious reasons not my place, I guess. Now that BD is lost I feel like a piece of what it means to be gaijin has been forgotten, although the majority of the site was exactly that, snide drivel.

Cheers to epic memories. I can imagine a number of things that are somewhat lewd which one could do with cling film, but I can't think of any where the intent would be to actually arouse another human being.

What the fuck were they doing with it? To add to the chorus, your writing is amazing. If this is how you usually reminisce you are basically living a seedy work of noir fiction.

What nationality are you? I was under the impression that Soaplands did not welcome anyone but Japanese. I'm a white, blond European. I was surprised, too. Maybe business was low. Went to a soap land this past December. Didn't know what to expect. In fact, I never had a prostitute before. My Japanese is almost non existent. I opted for long term language acquisition rather than quick and dirty conversational Japanese. Maybe I had beginner's luck but it was one of the best experiences I've ever had in my life.

She wasn't beautiful but that night was sheer heaven. She was in her 30s and Japanese. Seemed really happy and made me feel welcome in every way. My wife is with me this trip and wants to experience a soap land girl. We're both going next weekend. It'll be interesting to see how they respond to female customers. The woman I was with last month says she gets about women per week. The guys laughed heartily some actually guffawed and thought it was really amusing but no luck.

Some of them actually did understand my piss-poor Japanese and still no luck. I kind of waffled because that's WAY more than I can spend, but i finally said yes. They went to go get the women but they came back empty and said "sorry, sold out". They all gave me the deep low apologetic bows you see when people are apologizing for some terrible slight or unintentional rudeness.

I take "sold out" to mean "they asked the woman, but she refused to do it". A friend told me that most women there would adore to have a female client much more than male clients, but having another woman is considered losing face in front of their employers who consider it "nasty" and "filthy".

But it was freaking hilarious to see my wife make the universal lesbian scissoring symbol with her fingers and seeing a room full of Yakuza with dark shades and dark suits on burst into a fit of laughter.

My Japanese is actually getting much better, so we'll try again this March when we go back to Tokyo. I understand that if we were in Shinjuku we would have no trouble finding a soapland that accepted women.

We were in Minoa, and I have no desire to go to Shinjuku. I totally understand why Japanese don't like foreigners. Shinjuku is the closest thing Tokyo has to a cesspool. If we can't get a soapland experience in Minoa, we simply won't have a soapland experience. Fuck the haters, this was interesting as fuck as someone who went to all the seedy places in Tokyo and didn't know what the fuck was going on.

Yea I have no interest at all in this sort of thing, but that doesn't mean it isn't a very interesting read and thing to know.

Haha, literally the first comment is "fuck the haters" before there are actually any haters? From what I've seen, this subreddit generally dislikes people asking about how to have sex in Japan. Definitely an interesting read, would be interesting to hear why the OP is actually into all this kind of stuff though!

I must admit I never had trouble meeting girls just by going to regular clubs or bars so the idea of paying this amount of money for a bit of human interaction seems crazy to me! I had the same thought until someone brought me to a snack and I had a great time. Now I get it. With the prostitutes, that sounds incredibly shady. Especially basically paying a pimp rather than directly paying the girl, and women from China and other nations.

If you do this, just remember it's likely you are supporting human trafficking and sex trafficking.

I'm not going to condemn anyone for participating in the world's oldest profession, but I think anyone looking for prostitution in Japan should be aware that the girls they end up with, especially foreign girls, may essentially be prisoners and forced into it. Not condemning anyone who goes to willing prostitutes for sex, but if there is strong signs that the prostitute you are hiring is being human trafficked - and you still go through with it - you are a sick fuck for supporting that.

I would hope that goes without saying. You can still be a rapist even if you're paying for it. I was in Gotenba to climb Mt.

Fuji the next day, and just wanted to get some tsukemen for dinner, when an Asian-looking guy asks me in English if I knew what you could do in this boring town. He told me he was a graphics designer from China or something and dragged along with his parents when they invited him to an all-inclusive group trip to Japan. So we get tsukemen, and since there is nothing else to do, I suggest we go to a snack. The guy standing outside was a bit surprised about the white guy talking to him in Japanese while the Asian guy only speaks English, but we go in and after a couple of girls come and go, they get a Chinese girl to our table.

She was the shyest girl I'd ever seen in a place like that. Didn't really drink, didn't speak Japanese very well and didn't talk much in Chinese either. She looked uncomfortable and clearly didn't want to be there. I remember two sad girls in maid outfits standing outside a shady place directly opposite to Kanda station exit in Tokyo. On display like goods, ready to be bought. At that time, I finally understood what objectification of women really means and felt powerless.

In the end it's often exploitation. I can see the appeal tough and don't want to condemn all of it. Thats my thing about it. I don't care who other people have sex with or if they're paying, as long as its between consenting adults. I'm all for legalizing prostration. But when it supports trafficking or other shady business thats just not okay. And you can never really tell because these places aren't regulated yet, hopefully. I'd like to add my two experience because they weren't mentioned here and they were more fun than most.

Lingerie Pubs This may be the same as your definition of sexy Kabakura but it sounded a little different so I'll tell you my experience. Once full rotation was achieved the girls sat down with us and it was the basic snack deal chat and pouring of drinks,etc but we were free to touch everything and suck on their tits etc. Super Hostess Party We get a room in a restaurant and girls are delivered there ,sounds like deruheru I know, but these girls had various games up there sleeve like janken strip battle, the sake cup awesome, long story and eating sashimi off them like in the movie 'rising sun'.

This wasn't deruheru I got a business card and this was what their main trade was. Lingerie pubs are named as such and they were in Kyushu but I have seen them in Osaka. The party was at a shiriai's restaurant.

These places sound theoretically fun but if I were actually placed in that situation I would be uncomfortable as hell and probably would just want to get the hell out of there. The lingerie pub was fine and quite laid back you were free to participate at a level you were comfortable at. The super hostess party, however, was pretty uncomfortable from the start one girl looked really uncomfortable as it was her first time and came and sat with me for the most part as I looked safe.

Halfway through a hostess spread her legs in front of me and told me to finger her I awkwardly obliged and she instantly told me I was terrible at it. I then got a lesson from one of my Japanese friends which was actually very informative. He told me his boss forced him to always send the least attractive girls to foreign customers in addition to charging them a higher fee.

Granted this is just single service, chances are most of the girls who will service foreigners aren't pretty. God that book was amazing and terrifying. One of the best Japan-related books I've read, and super insightful and horrific.

My number-one recommendation for Japan-based true crime, for those who have the stomach for it. I once got a magazine of job listings for Soaps it looked strikingly similar to "Seventeen Magazine" and a pretty hefty issue , among other sketchy services. Never worked in the sex industry, but that was my mild brush with it, as a girl just minding her own business shopping in Shibuya. One time, I was walking around in Ueno and this gigantic African guy no racism intended, he was actually just nearly twice as large as me grabbed my arm and pulled me into a deserted, completely shuttered down few feet wide alleyway, saying that he wanted to become friends with me.

Everyone acted like it wasn't happening--that I didn't exist. Panicked and quickly switched to English and for some reason, his demeanor changed.

He kinda just let me go after that. The only snack bar in my town is ran by a woman in her 70s with bunch of wooden penis statues all over the place. She'll sing any enka song with you though. Also a drunk guy I met there told me the last delivery health place that serviced our area went out of business over 10 years ago.

Inaka life is fuzoku free life! In case anyone needs something like this for korea: What you've described is more of a hostess bar, and while technically most snack are mini-hostess bars, that isn't always the case.

Generally a snack will just be like a bar, usually with female staff. Initially these were places that had cheap to free drinks for women with the idea of making it more attractive overall. One other difference is that because more girls bars are run on normal restaurant licenses there are far less restrictions on location and business hours.

These distinctions are important because each of the three listed above have very clear distinctions about what is allowed under their specific business licenses.

In my experience at Snacks you pay by the hour, get nomihodai on particular drinks and girls come and sit down next to you to talk with you, which is nothing like a bar with female staff. Your description of a Snack seems to be more like a Mama bar in my non-technical experience, though in that case the female staff is almost always over My description of Snacks is just based on time spent inside places with signs outside that have "Snack" on them. I don't see myself using this information but it was something new at least lol.

You might want to refine this and give a few options to explorers There are some "seedier" places than others Safer and cheaper than Kabukicho, but still close to the center of Tokyo. I always see it in shadier parts of town and I figured it's some sort of way of connecting johns and prostitutes. These muryou-annnai-sho refer clients to herusu, soapland, etc. Before this, kyakuhiki solicited johns on the street.

I believe that they are generally considered to be safe. Far safer and more cost-effective than wandering into random establishments, or calling random phone numbers you've found on ads or chirashi.

They are required to be registered to the police as a fuzoku business depends on the local government, I believe. Also, they have relations with multiple businesses in the area, so one can assume certain trustworthiness. But they are still believed to be less safe or cost-effective than good magazines and websites, IMO.

I have ordered deriheru three times. There are a range of websites which list the services and photos of probably fictional ladies. The basic service included kissing, oral sex without condom , 69, rimming apparently, I didn't ask for this and wasn't sure if it meant you could rim them - no thanks!

Sex is not included, it costs extra. I never opted for it. Once I cheekily asked if my room-mate could share the girl we'd have 15 minutes each but got a firm no from the receptionist on the phone. The first girl I had was really cute Chinese and was ok at her work. The second was Japanese and excellent, really got stuck in I should have got her name.

The third time I tried testing out my theory that the photos were fake they were and had a very average Chinese lady who was terrible at her job. She didn't leave fast enough for my liking too each time I hurried the girls out of my place, I wanted them to vanish more or less immediately. I decided to give up on delivery health after that. I think part of it was the nature of what Japanese sexual mores require. If you watch a bit of Japanese porn you'll see what I mean, and it's quite different from my preferences.

Their kisses involve them prodding you with their tongue, and their BJs are slurpy slobbering on your Johnson rather than decent sucking. Also I don't like the squealing which sounds like a bike with worn-out break pads.

But if you're feeling lazy and want some sexual release, I'd probably recommend trying it. At 10, yen it compares favourable to the places mentioned above. And after you're done you're in the comfort of your own home, having a beer, feeling healthier than you did before, and slightly elated but appalled that it's as easy as ordering pizza. I have no idea, but to me this sounds like it could be extremely dangerous work for the girls. For the client to go to the actual place where something of that sort is performed, at least there is the security of the venue, familiarity, and whatnot.

Having a girl come directly to a strangers house for sexual services sounds like a death sentence waiting to happen. They also usually provide deriheru magazines at various love hotels. A gaijin friend of mine thought it would be funny to steal them from the hotel to take them back home to their country Bunch of pictures of women with blurred faces and their stats bust size, weight, etc. I haven't read all of the comments yet, so maybe it's been mentioned, but I noticed that you didn't include Health in your write-up.

I only recently started dabbling in this kind of stuff in Japan, and "hotel health" are easily my favorite. I love it so so much. From my experience, here's how it works: He shows you the course menu, where you choose time length, and what type of activity you want to do. Unlike prostitution, health is completely legal since "honban" actual sex itself is "not allowed". Everything else is encouraged and likely has a price tag as an option on the menu.

The guy lays out picture cards on the desk to show which girls are currently on duty at the moment and ready to go. The pictures you see on the club's website shows their faces blurred out, but the cards they show you on the desk are not blurred out.

You pay the guy, then he sends you to a nearby love hotel, the niceness of which will be based on what level you paid for. You check in to the room by the hour, once again based on the course you paid for, and then call the guy at the desk that sent you there to tell him your room number, and then sit and wait for him to send the girl to around. Afterwards, she showers you again, and then you can hang out until your time is up, if you want to. I was turned away from two different places before finding the place that accepted me.

I'm a pretty obvious foreigner but I speak near-native level Japanese. If you don't speak very fluent Japanese, you probably won't get in. You mention sex, however my understanding is that "honban" is technically prohibited.

How does that work? Foreigners are never going to be undercover police. Japanese going there will likely just go for all but honban unless they're regulars. You can basically call prostitutes for "delivery health" anywhere in most major cities in Japan anyway according to one hilarious pervert of a Japanese dude I spoke to when he was staying with me in England. I wrote a long-winded post in the used underwear thread today so I'll try to make this short.

As the Wikipedia excerpt on my other post says, under Baishun Boshi Ho, "The definition of prostitution is strictly limited to coitus. Now, soaplands, and ryoutei in Tobita Shinchi I commented on in other post, always involve honban.

The women who work there are freelance workers engaged in such non-sexual services. There's no contractual relationshiop between the owner and the women involving sexual services. Therefore, the owner isn't engaged in any illegal act.

To enforce this technicality, there are some minor technicalities, such as, in the case of soaplands, every room has a small sauna machine, the room isn't sealed up, clients pay money to the manager and to the woman separately etc. They provide legal ie. As such, a typical website of a business has a detailed price list for each service.

Because they are legal, it doesn't matter if the manager and the woman had contractual relationship involving legal sexual services. For these businesses, it would be devastating if the police found out that the manager is encouraging women to have honban. Therefore, it is generally understood that they don't, especially in Herusu and other establishments.

If a woman had honban with a client, then it's her choice that was made outside of the context of the business. Whether a client can do honban at Deliheri is thought to be like a game to play.

Because of this, some men prefer Deliheri to soaplands where honban is the norm. It's like the old tradition of yuukaku, where you had to follow certain protocol like visiting a woman three times before you could have sex with her.

The interesting point here is that the law involving these services are made and enforced to protect women from pimps and exploitive organizations. Women who provide the services are not penalized as long as they don't solicit clients themselves or turn to the managing side.

As such, prostitution laws don't deter women from engaging in such activities. Another issue is male prostitution. Male prostitutes serving gay men can't prostitute himself by definition.

It was recently reported that, because of this, many male prostitutes were coming to Japan from South Korea where a law to punish male prostitution exists. That's my understanding, too. The touts usually advertised "sex", and it seemed pretty clear to me that they meant full penetration. Now that you mention it, one tout initially only asked me "How about some cute girls? Honban is prohibited but as always Japan is full of loop holes.

DeruHeru Delivery Health is meant to offer only 'health' meaning oral sex which is legal as its not penetrative technically but having a look at the websites the codes don't really leave much to the imagination. Those apartments where you have sex get raided all the time by what I see on the Japanese version of cops so tame its funny. I think they are frank with foreigners because like orbixx said we are unlikely to be police.

You know times are tough when a Japanese creeps up behind you and yells "sex! At least the Nigerians try to butter you up by telling you how handsome, rich and generally awesome you are! Guy comes up to me to talk, then realizes I have earphones on and have my usual "dead corpse blank face" on and he just goes like "eh, nevermind" and walks away. Anyone have any good ideas for kabukicho-camo? I've lived in NYC for a very long time. You naturally adapt this corpse look, your eyes are uninterested and lack any focus, all the blood from your face is flushed, if you are laying on the ground too long, paramedics are called in and they pronounce you dead from a distance.

That is until you start moving, someone screams "Zombie! But alas no, you are just a mere commuting salaryman. That's the look I give people, I stare through them as if they are not there. For a moment, they experience what it feels to be a ghost. Then they know I am not there to be interacted with, I am merely a tattered soul blowing in the wind.

After reading this thread I'm happy I'm a chick. I'm such a country bumpkin that if I was a dude I'd totally be the poor sap pulled into one of those clubs that won't let you out until you pay them a shitload of money. Host clubs are the male-staff version of cabaret clubs. There are "delivery health" services and stuff for women but the wording is a lot more subtle. For example, this place advertises hunky models that give relaxing massage focused on the groin area http: I find it strange that while in Tokyo there seem to be all these workarounds and hand signals and shady business and whatnot, in Osaka there is a district that has prostitutes openly on display not unlike Amsterdam's red light district.

Tobita Shinchi has a long history. It was a legal red light district akasen until prostitution became illegal in Before that, it was one of the largest yukaku in Japan. Yoshiwara in Tokyo, and several other places share this history. Tobita Shinchi is unique in that they have the old-style "restaurants" ryotei whereas Yoshiwara and other places have soaplands, a postwar invention. The variation among these districts all over the country arises mainly from the local government's stance on this issue because these businesses are mostly regulated locally.

Does that imply that Osaka's local government is somehow more lenient on these issues than Tokyo? I'd say yes, as far as the current status of Tobita Shinchi is concerned. I can't provide comprehensive, detailed account on neither of the cities, so here are some anecdotes:. It's often said that the Tokyo Olympics changed Tokyo's sex-related business significantly. Many are expecting the same for the coming Olympics. Tokyo is exposed to this kind of "foreigners' eyes" more often than Osaka.

Tokyo Governor Ishihara Shintaro played a big role in the "cleansing" operation of Shinjuku Kabukicho around Wikipedia in Japanese. It probably has happened eventually because this had been the general trend of the Tokyo police, but it is a good example that shows an intiative by a governor can have a big impact on a particular red light district.

When he attracted global attention by commenting on the necessity of comfort women excite news article in Japanese , the fact that he had provided legal service to Tobita Shinchi's restaurant association was brought up in the press conference.

Governors' intiatives aside, the mudane reality of these districts are shaped by 1 local regulations, made by local lawmakers, and 2 local Kouann Iinkai Wikipedia in Japanese , who control these businesses through Fueihou Wikipedia. These elements, and their interaction with the local businesses and probably yakuza, have shaped these districts in each city. Had a bonenkai at some nabe restaurant in the area a couple years back.

After the party finished, a bunch of my Japanese friends were all "We gotta show you something!! I'm Dutch so I'm actually used to the concept of a red light district with women on "display". But I was surprised such a place could exist in Japan. The atmosphere is also Quite different from anything I've ever seen. Are they biased towards one's race or as long as you have money you get the same quality of service? Plenty of massage parlours in Japan. I went to one that was run by a Chinese fellow, and all the women were from China.

They made me wear a g-string, I'm guessing for legal reasons to claim that I am "clothed". They even had a little shower room where the woman lathered me up while I stood there. After that a "standard" massage. I have not spent much time in Roppongi or Kabukicho, but based on my experiences in Japan I would add Shinjuku to the list of seedy places. Hay mon yoo wont sekusu? Looked like a karaoke parlour, but had a seedy vibe.

Loud music coming from within. While people-watching in Dotombori, I observed groups of year-old Japanese girls following salarymen in Dotombori. The girls would chase after the men for a few meters, trying to get their attention.

When the guy ignored them, they returned to their starting position and repeated with the next suit who walked past. Thus other paid sexual acts are not illegal. According to National Police Agency statistics, people were arrested for violating the Prostitution Prevention Law in The law requires such businesses to register with police and operate only within their registered category.

It also bans people under age 18 from working or entering fuzoku establishments. All sex businesses except soaplands abide by the prostitution law because they do not provide straight intercourse and limit other services to mainly massages.

To dodge the law, soapland operators claim their male clients and their hired masseuses perform sex as couples who have grown fond of each other. The client then is usually asked to pay a massage-service fee directly to the masseuse — giving the pretense that the woman is working on her own and the soapland owner is not running a brothel. Nagai noted the legal framework on prostitution varies worldwide. Sudan, for instance, punishes prostitutes with death, but the same act is legal and out in the open in the Netherlands.

Many observers say police avoid cracking down hard on prostitution mainly because it is considered a necessary evil and they would rather keep the industry on a loose leash than let the market go underground. Prostitution goes back to ancient times, and there were only local-level laws against selling sex until the prostitution law was enacted in the postwar period. According to Nagai, 16th century feudal lord Toyotomi Hideyoshi was the first to demarcate part of Kyoto as a red-light district.

In regards to sexually transmitted diseases, most fuzoku businesses conduct comprehensive medical tests when hiring a female worker. Soaplands undergo monthly inspections by public health centers to maintain hygiene.

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