On February 1, “Bunny Flash,” a girls’ bar in Ikebukuro, Tokyo, was busted by the Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department. The police suspected that the bar allowed its female employees to entertain customers despite the fact that it did not have an adult entertainment business license.
The store was located not far from the west exit of Ikebukuro Station and apparently attracted many customers. The store is glass-walled, and the interior of the store can be seen clearly from the outside. Inside there was a woman dressed in a revealing bunny-girl outfit, which seemed to attract the attention of customers.
The store reportedly sold approximately 250 million yen between September 2008 and January of this year. This magazine “FRIDAY” actually photographed this “Bunny Flash” when it was in business.
The female employees’ outfits were quite revealing. When there were few customers in the store, female employees sometimes lined up near the glass so that passersby could see them better. There was also a service where tips were placed between the cleavage of the women, giving the impression of a very ‘cool’ place.
(A regular customer) “It is believed that the Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department investigated the business because it was quite a conspicuous store in the city. The stakes are high.
PHOTO： Takero Yui