Batteries included: Customers buzz hostesses in Kanto vibrator bar

Shukan Taishu July 7
Shukan Taishu July 7

When it comes to debauchery, it doesn’t get any better than this, reports weekly tabloid Shukan Taishu (July 7), which received the following message at its tip desk:

“There’s this bar where the customers have the option of bringing the hostesses to orgasm with a remote-controlled vibrator.”

The establishment is a variation of a hostess club known as a “girl’s bar,” which entails ladies pouring drinks and providing pleasant conversation for customers from behind a counter, as opposed to seated at tables.

With police crackdowns on girl’s bars due to licensing irregularities, the businesses are increasingly upping their erotic offerings as a means of survival.

Sensing a juicy story, the magazine quickly dispatches a reporter to the bar, located in an unnamed area in the Kanto region.

Upon arrival, a young hostess resembling actress Aya Ueto and going by the name “Nana” lays down the terms: “The table charge is 2,000 yen for 50 minutes, with unlimited drinks going for 3,500 yen. Then there is an optional service, which runs 1,500 yen for five minutes.”

“Option?” says the reporter, attempting to show surprise. “What is it?”

She quickly produces a pod-like contraption with a remote control. “I insert this into my panties, and the customer flips the switch,” she says. “Do you have to give it a try?”

Mochiron!

“Please wait a minute while I go to the staff room.”

Nana disappears into the back, and soon after returns with a bashful grin.

“Here’s the switch,” she says, and the reporter carefully obliges. The hostess then lets out a moan and begins gently undulating her body in seeming pleasure.

The reporter, however, senses a ruse in that he cannot hear anything turning inside, and in the name of journalism decides to probe further: “Nana, can you be a dear and place a karaoke microphone near your crotch?”

The house speakers then fill the room with a whirring sound of rotating machinery.

Believing he is on to something, the reporter orders a draft beer. As Nana puts the glass up to the tap, he again activates the rotor.

“Ohhhhhhhhhh!! I can’t make much more!”

The beer winds up being spilled. With a pause in the action, the reporter asks, “Isn’t this the type of place that gets busted by the police?”

“Rival bars spread false rumors but there is absolutely no problem.”

With a renewed peace of mind, the reporter continues his airwave assault until the last train.

Source: “Osawari NG demo tobikko OK!? Enkaku baibu gaaruzu baa shuchi nikurin,” Shukan Taishu (July 7, page 78)

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