The Tokyo Reporter

Hyogo sex parlor busted for employing school girl

Out-call service Sweet Season allegedly dispatched a girl, 16, to hotels between May and June
HYOGO (TR) – Hyogo Prefectural Police on Monday announced the bust of a “delivery health” out-call sex parlor in Himeji City for employing a second-year high-school girl, reports the Sankei Shimbun (Dec. 23).

Officers took the 45-year-old manager of Sweet Season, and two other suspects for allegedly dispatching the girl, 16, to hotels in Himeji to perform obscene acts with male customers between April and May.

The manager, who has been charged with violating the Child Welfare Law, has denied the charges, telling police he did not know the girl was a minor.

The manager recruited the girl by posting a message offering “high-paying part-time work” on an Internet bulletin board.

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