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This is different from most other religions, and it may have had an effect on Japan’s overall attitude towards prostitution in general.
It’s unclear if this is actually true, however, especially as the other main religion of Japan is Buddhism, which does have rules on premarital sexual relations.
Tokyo is a city of some fantastic nightlife, and the metropolis is so huge that even the most adventurous of night owls could never see absolutely everything the city has to offer for night entertainment, even if they stay for years and go out every weekend.
Shinjuku in central Tokyo is considered one of the most lively hotspots for nightlife in the country with the famous gay bar street on 2-Chome, countless clubs and bars, and, of course, the Shinjuku Kabukicho Red Light District.
However, this does not mean it is an “all drinks included” arrangement, which you might usually expect for such an exorbitant price.
Every drink you have in the club will be charged separately, so be careful if you plan on ordering drinks once you are inside.
The last one will surprisingly, or maybe unsurprisingly, be “sex” or “prostitution”. This may (or may not) surprise you, but Japan has a very large sex industry that still thrives after hundreds and hundreds of years.
For instance, you may be offered entrance to a bar or club for 15,000 yen, but you will be then charged 20,000 yen more in the end. You may be told that it is a mandatory surcharge for first-time customers, a compulsory membership fee, or any excuse that they can get away with.
Are you planning to look for some nightly pleasure in Tokyo’s red light district of Kabukicho?
Are you curious about what this curious street has to offer?
Pole dance performances will set you back around 10,000 to 12,000 yen per hour, and if you are looking for a “higher class” escort, paying north of 80,000 yen per hour is not unheard of.
As in any red light district, rip-offs are unfortunately very common, and the same can be said for Kabukicho.