Nagoya cops bust ‘JK’ studio that allowed filming of naked school girls

Uniforms confiscated from J Model K
Uniforms confiscated by Nagoya police from J Model K

NAGOYA (TR) – Aichi Prefectural Police on Sunday announced the bust of a studio in Chuo Ward for allowing the filming of naked school girls under the age of 18, reports Sports Nippon (Dec. 7).

On Saturday at approximately 4:00 p.m., officers raided J Model K and discovered a girl, 17, serving as an unclothed model for a 63-year-old male customer in a private room.

Police charged Nobufusa Osumi, the 60-year-old manager of the studio, with violating of child pornography and prostitution laws.

Osumi has reportedly admitted to the allegations. “The girls did it for pocket money,” the suspect is quoted by police, according to the Yomiuri Shimbun (Dec. 8).

Two girls, both 17 years of age, were taken into protective custody.

Dubbed a “JK business,” a term derived from joshi kosei, or school girl, the parlor charged customers 13,000 yen for the first 60 minutes of filming. An additional 3,000 yen was required should the customer want the female model to wear special clothing.

During the raid, officers also seized a large number of Santa Claus costumes, maid outfits, school uniforms and sailor suits.

Jiji Press (Dec. 7) reports that J Model K opened in October of last year and has employed about 10 girls, who earned 4,000 yen per hour.

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