Most of Japan’s sex establishments fall under “herusu,” which offers sex without penetration.
It’s difficult to buy complete sex in Japan… that’s not the case. … Continue reading
It has nothing to do at all with customers, but an urban legend has become widespread for recent years. It could be true, and it … Continue reading
The Japanese laws are getting tougher and tougher on organized crime groups, or yakuza. People say it’s hard for them to even earn a living. … Continue reading
I used to like a porn star, whose first name was Aki. I had some DVDs of her.
She retired years ago and works … Continue reading
What will become of Japan’s sex industry 50 years from now?
I will be dead or have lost potency then, so it’s nothing to … Continue reading
There are some news reports about Japanese young people losing interest in sexuality. It’s considered one of the reasons for declining birth rate and aging … Continue reading
Although not sex establishments, there are places called “matchmaking cafes” in Japan, where men pay money to find partners. It’s free of charge for women. … Continue reading
High visibility sacrifices privacy. In Japan, it’s called fame tax.
People have sex drive whether they’re well-knonw or not. Men want to have sexual … Continue reading
What’s the percentage of Japanese women who have experienced sexual jobs?
As far as I know, there are two surveys. One of them was … Continue reading
Two sex establishments were busted about a month ago. That itself is nothing special. Sporadic crackdowns have been conducted regularly.
What’s irregular about it … Continue reading