Translated News, Interviews, Blogs, and More From Japan's Other Side
Loading…

Once-Divorced Japanese Hotel Escort Interview Second Half

Men's Cyzo - Original Japanese Date: January 2nd, 2013
English Translation Published: October 15th, 2014

An interview with a studious Japanese woman who loves sex so much she left her husband to work as a hotel escort and caters to both genders.

(Translator's note: This post is a continuation of a previous entry.)

 

D-ko, now in her later twenties, has had an immense interest in lovemaking for as long as she can remember in part due to her mother giving her safe reading material when she was in school. Since then, sex has been the flame of her life. The number of partners she has had via her own solicitations on Skype has climbed near triple-digits and she actually was married at one time to a classmate from college. However, her marriage did not last and divorce was finalized only after a one and a half years of matrimony.

The reason for the divorce? Infidelity from both sides. It wasn't that she lusted after someone exceedingly handsome. Rather, her mantra was the more the merrier. Exclusive relationships and D-ko do not go hand-in-hand. If a man perks her interest, sex is almost a given.

Oh, and it isn't just men. D-ko identifies herself as bisexual and has been intimate with women as well.

I had a huge crush on a girl when I was in school, but unfortunately it didn't go anywhere.

It wasn't until college where she had her first lesbian experience.

I dated a female freshmen when I was a college junior and had two lesbian friends-with-benefits relationships after I started working full-time. To be honest, it was a bit boring since I'm already very familiar with the female body.”

Let's return to that brief marriage was once she was once a part of. Surprisingly, when divorce came around, D-ko actually paid her husband in a settlement rather than the other way around. Perhaps due to her work in the adult industry?

That's incorrect, but working in a brothel happened soon after.

D-ko's husband had a brothel he frequented that had women on staff who were OK with anal sex—something he quite enjoyed. D-ko, on the other hand, did not and more often than not, was at a hotel doing her own private thing.

I've always been interested in being a prostitute. It's one of the world's oldest professions you know.

That's the kind of thinking D-ko is known for and something her brothel-attending husband can relate to. In fact, D-ko turned her love hotel ventures into a business after the divorce was finalized. This all happened this summer (2012). Getting started was not all fun and dandy. There was that interview...

He came off at first as a scary geezer, but turned out to be anything but. He treated me very well after I started working for him.

D-ko's interview jitters were on par with how she felt with her first client as an on-the-clock Japanese escort. Then again, she almost felt lucky as he selected her from her profile on the company's homepage. To be chosen like that was sudden and very fortunate for a new hire. He was unique in his requests. Being a natural masochist, he pleaded for D-ko to treat him like dirt between her toes and then some. Always being positive, she didn't think much of his outlandish requests.

Some guys are just like that.

Of course not all of her clients were that strange. Many were simply thrilled to keep company with her. There even was a time where a customer fell short on paying the hotel bill and D-ko kindly chipped in. This instance led to a 20 minute extension in their session fee, but she waived it as well. Being chosen was rare. “It only happened twice initially,” said a downtrodden D-ko, but her popularity did start to rise making her very, very happy.

Another serious issue women of the Japanese brothel industry need to concern themselves with are sexual transmitted diseases. Just like her peers, D-ko gets tested regularly.

Staying healthy is more important than making money. Being checked regularly is natural. People will lose respect for our company if a customer ends up catching something from one of us.

D-ko looks out more for her customers than even herself. How does she feel about the laws preventing prostitutes in Japan from going all the way with their clients?

If I did that, people would write about it on the net and our shop wouldn't look good. I like to see how far I can go getting them off without actual insertion.

Lastly, I asked what her goals are from here on out.

I know working in a fuuzoku takes a toll on one's body. I can't do it forever. Once I make enough money, I would like to open a guest house.

Share houses are already trendy so it is surprising to see D-ko so eager to start one.

I want to spend more time and live with bisexual women.”

That might not be possible right now, but with D-ko's ambitions, it may be so in the future.

 

Written by Mikako Kikuchi.
Mikako Kikuchi was born on March 17th, 1977 in Morioka, Iwate Prefecture. Between the ages of 21 and 29, she worked as a cabaret club hostess, telephone sex operator, and an AV actress. She now writes for a living.

 

Men's Cyzo recommends this title to readers of this article.

 

(Translator's note: The original article may not have been clear, but D-ko is/was working at a delivery health which is essentially the same thing as a escorts who do out-calls. In this case, she was contracted to only work at a certain hotel which does seem to blend the line between a Japanese delivery and fashion health.)

Vote not counted Vote counted
ZENRA.net Subtitled Japanese AV

This post was brought to you by ZENRA.net | Subtitled Japanese AV

Comments are disabled for this article.

Categories

Contact Us or visit FAQ

Captcha image

Our Friends

Featured Articles

MDD Logo

My Dearest Desire features material created by and for adults. You agree that you are of legal adult age (18 or 21 in certain jurisdictions) and it is legal in your place of residence to view such material. You agree not to distribute and/or show in any way said material to anyone under the legal adult age (18 or 21 in certain jurisdictions).