Sexually excited Darksome Teen Schoolgirl oral job
Oh, Japanese porn and your parodic tendencies, is nothing safe from your tentacles?
From a real-life sexual assault on a peer to a wacky TV commercial and even a hit zombie movie, AV consistently finds new subject matters to parody and imitate.
But this is the first kids’ show that we’ve seen parodied in this way.
Out this month on the Million label, a new AV starring Kizuna Sakura (84mkmp00284) shamelessly parodies the NHK TV quiz show Chiko-chan ni shikarareru! (Chiko-chan will scold you).
The appeal of the latter is mostly down to the central character, a five-year-old girl who yells at people with a signature catchphrase: “Don’t sleep through life.” She also has a unique kind of voice that you can copy if you use this “voice changer” toy.
In the 150-minute porn version, the catchphrase is “Don’t orgasm through life.” One of the contestants on the fake quiz show in the AV is none other than the hardworking actor Shimiken.
Unfortunately the preview images are terrible but we think you get the general gist of the proceedings. This is most definitely not a kids’ show anymore!
Is this a lawsuit in the making?
It’s a job that apparently one in four Japanese women have some experience of doing, but how well do we know the role of the hostess?
Meet Kurumi Hoshino (星野くるみ), who is described as the “number 1 hostess in Japan.” The 28-year-old Hoshino is currently based at Club Lalah in Roppongi, where she is the biggest attraction and earner at the club where 50 women are working each night.
For 15 minutes, Hoshino talks about her life and work, going from the rural sticks in Kumamoto, toiling away at a local karaoke joint, to earning nearly $1,000 a day in Tokyo.
She helpfully starts by clarifying the general difference between a hostess club and hostess bar, and then runs through the particulars of her shifts.
And on her relationship with her clients? There is this frank admission. “Every client wants sex. What do you expect? We’re human.”
Here’s the video.
We’ve seen similar profiles like this before, such as a notable one back in 2014 and another looking at Canadian hostesses in Tokyo, though we think the grim life of being a less famous and success (and older) hostess is also worthy of attention.