Tokyo cops bust Korean dispatch hooker service in Uguisudani

Koakuma K’s

TOKYO (TR) – Tokyo Metropolitan Police last week busted an escort service employing Korean girls on charges of prostitution, reports TV Asahi (June 24).

On Friday, officers from the Kuramae Police Station arrested the manager of Koakuma K’s, 38-year-old Jun Nakajima, and his common-law wife, a 31-year-old Chinese national, for dispatching a 32-year-old female employee in March to a love hotel to provide sexual services to a 42-year-old male customer.

Nakajima has reportedly denied the charges, while his wife has admitted to the allegations.

According to police, Koakuma K’s, located in the Uguisudani area, utilized its Web site to recruit customers for its roster of Korean women.

Over the past four years, the business has collected 400 million yen in revenue.

According to promotional Web sites, prices at Koakuma K’s begin at 16,000 yen for the first 60 minutes.

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