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Author Topic: The Origin of Host clubs and differences in SG  (Read 17296 times)
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« Reply #10 on: March 17, 2010, 07:49:20 PM »

it's ok even if coomunication barrier... we hav physical action to convey our message to them ma....LOL

action proves a thousand words.. lol.. jub jub
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« Reply #11 on: March 17, 2010, 08:02:00 PM »

high five sia... action will make a ppl melt and can understood fully.... haha..
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« Reply #11 on: March 17, 2010, 08:02:00 PM »

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« Reply #12 on: March 18, 2010, 01:09:21 AM »

thank u canard~;) glad to be of some mental aid assistance~ Wink
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« Reply #13 on: March 20, 2010, 06:20:20 AM »

Yes, TLC is relatively important. We dont need magician or entertainer if we go host bars!!!
I feel that boys' being competitive is important, or rather i like boys to compete for me... hahahaha
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« Reply #14 on: March 22, 2010, 01:22:31 AM »

I think that the clubs in SG shld implement the cute and funny idea of guys gathering ard a table of e customer who buys champagne, DOM PERIGNON! and then start Chanting and make a ruckus!!! hahahaha~!
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« Reply #15 on: July 13, 2010, 09:20:56 PM »

I think that the clubs in SG shld implement the cute and funny idea of guys gathering ard a table of e customer who buys champagne, DOM PERIGNON! and then start Chanting and make a ruckus!!! hahahaha~!


Hmm, are you refering to this sort of treatment (fast forward to 4:52 minutes) as depicted in this video link?

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« Reply #16 on: July 18, 2010, 05:55:43 AM »

YES something like that but more grand~~ like the one i watched in a Japanese host club DRAMA~~ where they pour from a champagne glass tower~~ and chant~~ this video is abit too overwhelming~~hahahha
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« Reply #17 on: November 18, 2010, 01:01:18 PM »

Any more updates?
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« Reply #17 on: November 18, 2010, 01:01:18 PM »

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« Reply #18 on: December 10, 2010, 12:21:03 AM »

http://www.japanfortheuninvited.com/articles/host-bars.html

In Japan’s host bars, suave young studs entertain women with some cash to spend. Considered a modern phenomenon, they actually echo a practice from the Edo era, when wealthy women would sometimes arrange secretive trysts with desirable men, often kabuki actors.

In most respects, they are hostess bars with the genders swapped. Like their female counterparts, the job of a host carries a slightly seedy air, and their chores are the same – looking good, flattery, flirtation, lighting cigarettes, laughing at jokes and topping up expensive drinks. An expensive bottle of wine might start at 100,000 yen, making it easy to spend hundreds of thousands of yen (a month’s salary for some of the customers) in a single night.

Like the hostesses, hosts might occasionally sleep with customers and receive expensive gifts (including cars and apartments) in return. Generally, both host and customer are realistic about the economic nature of their relationship, and genuine romance is rare. Nevertheless, hosts are occasionally recruited to act as surrogate boyfriends when their single clients want a piece of eye-candy on their arm at weddings or other social events.
Hosts with the most

The most successful hosts aren’t necessarily the best looking. The bars’ more discerning customers seem to value a twinkle in the eye and conversational dexterity as much as biceps and Colgate smiles. Good hosts are often the most pragmatic, remembering seemingly insignificant personal details of their numerous clients, and discreetly recording them just in case. Host’s who invest enough effort and flattery into a customer are rewarded by becoming a customer’s “shimeisha”, or designated host, giving him the exclusive right to entertain (and wring money out of) her. This system prevents infighting and unnecessary competition between the hosts, preserving the harmony of the club.

Hierarchy, as in most areas of Japanese society, is paramount. The “Number 1” hosts who bring in the most drinks commissions receive massive bonuses, and some bars post the ranking of their hosts on the street outside. A good host can make more in a month than most salarymen make in a year. On the other hand, greenhorns are usually forced to do the most demeaning jobs, like scrubbing the lavatories or going out into the street to get customers into the club.
Appeal

Host bars were on the fringe of Japan’s entertainment industry for a long time, catering mostly to desperate singletons and sugar mummies. Gradual shifts in gender politics have allowed them to enter the mainstream, catering to Japan’s new generation of confident, well-paid, savvy young women. In some cases, these women are young, single, and highly desirable, but lack the time or inclination for a serious relationship. While Japan’s women wait for the male domination of their society to erode, host clubs offer an escape from the passive roles many women are still forced into. Now, the industry is worth more than £300 million a year in Tokyo alone.

Late at night, host bars may also provide welcome rest and entertainment to hostesses and other girls who have finished their shift in nearby bars and brothels. Having spent hours pampering others, they are quite happy to pay for the same treatment. In many cases, these girls are, like the hosts themselves, financially comfortable but lonely – their lifestyle making it difficult to form relationships outside the sex industry.
Dangers and Problems

It’s not all glamour. For most hosts, a meagre basic wage is supplemented by a commission of up to 50% on drinks their customers buy (“uriage”). This is a brutal popularity contest, and less successful hosts are weeded out very quickly. As the uriage includes drinks bought for them, hosts are encouraged to drink as much as possible. Many hosts entertain multiple customers in an evening, forcing them to drink a massive amount every night. Not only does this force hosts into frequent trips to throw up in the bathroom, but many hosts are also worried about developing alcohol-related health problems, and might conceal or secretly dispose of drinks rather than imbibe them. Combined with the arduous work hours – many hosts only sleep a couple of hours a day, holidays and weekends are non-existent – these conditions lead to a high rate of staff turnover at most bars.
Celebrity and Public Attention

A few hosts are national celebrities – draped across magazine features, starring on prime time TV talk shows and publishing autobiographies. A host bar was even the setting for a popular TV drama – a pretty good barometer of mainstream acceptance. The industry pinup and “King of Hosts” is Reiji, who owns two successful host bars and has written a number of self-help books for wannabe hosts and pick-up artists. He even sells his unique insights into female psychology to corporate clients who want advice about the women that work for them.

Not all of the public attention has been positive. The newly-acquired glamour of host bars has attracted some desperate types. Police claim that increased competition has encouraged hosts to target vulnerable women, especially starstruck young girls, who are forced into prostitution when faced with massive bills they cannot pay.
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« Reply #19 on: December 16, 2010, 09:00:04 PM »

Dun say till like i very 'se' like tat leh.. but.. the place so noisy.. how to tell them my sorrows? anyway even if i tell them i dun tink they even understand lor! lol.. unless i go learn thai! So basically, i tink women needs attention! and action to show that he cares.. hahah.. anyways.. we know they dun really care.. but we jus wana feel cared for! if really jus sit n talk ah.. i think can vomit blood.. and next day get sore throat oso

I LIKE your comment. We are just looking for replacements or temporary warmth n care most of the time. Finding love is very difficult n usu do not survive the $ lure of the industry.

That said. I am still looking for love. Who dun?
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