Pillow talk with a woman about going abroad to work… Kabukicho, “Advice of prostitution” by a malicious host is rampant. | FRIDAY DIGITAL

Pillow talk with a woman about going abroad to work… Kabukicho, “Advice of prostitution” by a malicious host is rampant.

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If you’re strapped for cash, try playing house.

A Kabukicho host in his 20s was arrested on April 27 on suspicion of abetting a female customer to engage in prostitution, in violation of the Anti-Prostitution Law, the Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department announced. The host had given him instructions on SNS as shown at the beginning of this article.

A view of Okubo Park. Crackdowns have been tightened, but “stand-ups” continue to occur.

The arrest on suspicion of encouraging prostitution is unusual, and the Kabukicho area is in turmoil in response to this incident.

It is rare for a host to leave a written statement like this one who was arrested, but it is quite common for a host to recommend prostitution,” said a Kabukicho windbag.

Natsumi (pseudonym, 22), who works at a brothel in Kabukicho, says that this is the case. While working as a sex worker, Natsumi earns money in all kinds of ways, such as using an app to find a father, prostituting herself at a dating cafe, and standing around in Okubo Park.

She says, “I like to do stand-up in Okubo Park because it’s easy to get customers, and it’s good for time performance. But if a plainclothes policeman catches you, you’re out, so these days I only do it when I’m really broke. I only do it when I’m really short of money,” (Natsumi).

Natsumi’s purpose for prostituting herself to make money is to go to hostesses. Like Natsumi, it is not uncommon for a “hosokatsukai” like her to engage in private prostitution in between her “real job.

Rather than going to host clubs as a pastime that does not interfere with their lives, they would rather spend the money they earn by sacrificing their lives to do a job they do not want to do. Such values exist among Kabukicho’s host crazies. Therefore, there is a radical group that says, “If I really like my assigned host, I can go to a soap club without a condom or go abroad to work as a migrant prostitute.

On the other hand, there are also many hosts who are aware of the psychology of these hosiery crazies and skillfully encourage them to engage in prostitution. As Lenya (pseudonym, 25), a successful host, says, “We want them to be taken better care of by us.

There are many girls who start working at night because they want to be taken care of by us, and they want to be liked by us by spending the money we ask. We appreciate such girls, so we usually tell them that we are not afraid of girls who work in the sex industry and try to imprint the message on them.

When he began working at night, the stress of serving customers caused him to spend even more money at host clubs.

Some of the hosts introduce scouts they know to work for them. We can get all the information about the girls from the scouts, and if there is any irregularity in the flow of money, we can take it out on them. We consider this part of the “management” of the girls. There are guys who take all the money the girls make and give it to them as living expenses.

The problem of prostitution in Kabukicho is inseparable from the host industry, but of course, if it is put in the wrong way, it can cause dissatisfaction on the part of the women. As Natsumi mentioned above said.

I had sex with my host, and during pillow talk, he recommended that I go abroad to work. She said, ‘I heard that overseas customers don’t kiss very much, so it’s not so hard for them. But my boss didn’t kiss me when he was fucking me either. I realized that having sex with me was part of the job, and as expected, I lost interest.

The situation of prostitution in Kabukicho is deep-rooted. Tightening crackdowns alone is unlikely to solve the problem.

Sasaki Chihuahua
Born in Tokyo in 2000. After attending an integrated school in Tokyo from elementary school to high school, he went on to Keio University, where he has been living in Kabukicho since he was 15 years old and has a wide network of contacts. At university, he is studying the sociology of the downtown area, including Kabukicho. His book, ” Pien” to shakai” (“The Disease of ‘Pien’: Consumption and Approval of the SNS Generation”), is now on sale.

From the May 26, 2023 issue of “FRIDAY
  • Interview and text Chihuahua Sasaki

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