Tokyo dating service
With the passage of a new law regulating underage schoolgirl dating services aiming to curb the seedy business, there is fear the change will push operators further underground where illicit sexual activities will continue unseen.
The new law that came into force on Saturday prohibits girls younger than 18 from working in the so-called JK business.
JK operators are now obliged to register their business with the Tokyo Metropolitan Public Safety Commission and make official a list of employees, allowing their ages to be verified.
Police officers are also now entitled to conduct on-site inspections.
Within a second, at least five guys are eyeing me up, and while I try to push my way through the crowd with my friends, many a blurry face tries to strike up a conversation over the deafening music.
Leave it in the comments below with a short description. Despite all this, there is nothing explicitly illegal or wrong about what the cafes are doing.
Since Heartland closed and re-opened, many of the bankers and banker hunters, presumably have moved on and up to another bar-restaurant in Roppongi Hills, called Rigoletto.
We arrived at the building excited, nervous, and ready to be treated like a princess.
Business owners and employees who do not meet their obligations could face up to one year in prison or a fine of up to 1 million yen (US,900).After a short wait, a young woman clad in a uniform appeared at the designated meeting spot in front of a train station ticket gate.After agreeing to an interview at a nearby restaurant, Ryoko [not her real name] said that she had worked at another JK business until she graduated from high school last year.According to the Metropolitan Police Department, there were about 230 JK businesses operating at the end of 2016, but that number dropped to 140 by the end of May this year.Of those that continued, 30 provide call-out services, meaning they do not maintain offices or rooms from which the young women work.