‘First Class’ Osaka cosplay club busted for licensing violations

By on June 2, 2013 under Fuzoku,Tokyo Daily

A recruitment ad for Stewardess Story

A recruitment ad for Stewardess Story

TOKYO (TR) – Osaka Prefectural Police last week busted a “fashion health” club featuring women in airline stewardess uniforms on licensing violations, reports Shukan Jitsuwa (June 13).

On May 23, officers arrested Daishi Yamamoto, the 38-year-old manager of Stewardess Story, which is located in the Katamachi area of Miyakojima Ward, for providing sex services in violation of the Law Regulating Adult Entertainment Businesses.

The club is partitioned into private rooms that offer different periods of service. Customers arriving before 3 p.m. are entitled to an “Economy Class” rate of 4,000 yen for the first 20 minutes, with a “First Class” option, which extends for 40 minutes, available for 9,000 yen.

According to police, Stewardess Story has collected 80 million yen in revenue in the past year.

Yamamoto had been arrested in November of last year on similar charges.

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