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In Tokyo alone, police figures show that there are more than 170 JK businesses, with many concentrated in the Akihabara district, a mecca for fans of electronic goods, anime and maid cafés In an episode airing Tuesday (Jan 17) at 8pm, Get Rea!
The government is cracking down on the venues, however, amid claims the girls are often asked to strike explicit poses behind one-way mirrors or are taken for “walks” with older men who press them to have sex.
Legislation set to come into force on July 1 will take aim at the “JK” or joshi kosei (high-school girl) industry by banning such establishments from recruiting under-18s.
“It’s easy to talk to these girls,” said one man in his 30s who was sitting at a wooden school desk in AKB High School, a cafe in Akihabara, a part of Tokyo known for its subcultures.
A 17-year-old girl in a school uniform brought the man and his colleague, both of whom declined to give their names, beers and chitchat.
Still, by offering wages of US$13 an hour – twice more than what other part-time jobs offer – businesses like JK Special are able to lure teens under the age of 18 to fuel a booming business.
The JK entertainment industry (JK being short for Joshi Kousei, or female high school students) sells access to these girls through a bizarre range of services that include consultation sessions, dates, the chance to smell or tickle a school girl – and, increasingly, prostitution.
‘I WANT TO BE A SCHOOL BOY AGAIN’“For many people, it is a complex that they have about their own high school days, such as the feeling of unrequited love,” said Mr Yuki Aoyama, who has published five sold-out photo books featuring high school girls in uniform.
He does not think that JK businesses are exploitative.
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