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> Help Me, Japanese Bars
post Mar 29 2011, 01:23 PM
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I would like to ask some help from those who are know Japan and the japanese lifestyle as me. We had a ibg argue with my girlfriend. She worked in Japan long ago for three month, in 2001 or 2002, in a city named Shinjo City. She worked in a bar named Petite Chateau,
which means in english Small Castle or Tiny Castle. She told me that is was a karaoke bar, however she doesn't speak english and japanese, and she told that her work was to entertain and sing with the guests (without speaking english or japanese. I could hardly beleive this, and it was also strange that she bought from there a dildo (she told that every girl whe worked there got one as a present), and the bar owners paid his travel to there also. If someone who know the japanese night life and styles, or know exactly that bar please write me. Maybe I has bad feelings about that, and she tells the truth, but I think that perhaps she was a prostitute there. I really appreciate if seomebody help me.
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