Written by: Tadashi Anahori on October 20, 2014 at 12:34 am |

We saw an interesting story first shared on Tokyo Reporter , which appeals to our sense of the fetishistic .

Tokyo cops have busted a special parlor in Takadonobaba, near Shinjuku, where male customers could go to smell Japanese schoolgirls in private rooms.

The manager, one Takanori Izuchi, was a mere 33 years old but he was boldly running the aptly-named Pure Doll JK Community near the JR Station on the Yamanote Line. It’s not the smell fetish per se that’s the issue here. Izuchi and another employee were arrested for hiring actual teenagers to let male patrons sniff them in their underwear. The girls were under 18, which breaches employment rules. One 17-year-old girl was thus employed in early October, and this was the incident that led to the bust.

It is part of a police crackdown on Japanese high school girl parlors and other services across Tokyo.

Izuchi has reportedly admitted to the allegations. “With the police and media making noise (about Akihabara), I thought I’d try Takadanobaba,” the suspect is quoted by police.

The menu for the establishment indicates that conversation is the basic service provided. However, options allow customers to select costumes, sniff the odor of the attendant’s hair and receive a slap in the face.

And how much would this set you back? Around ¥1,000 ($9) for five minutes. Aroma doesn’t come cheap!

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The parlor had a whole team of high school girls, some 30 students. Being a cosplay joint, the cops also seized a large cache of uniforms, costumes and maid outfits.

Of course, part of the appeal here is surely that the clothes and smell is actually on the body of a bona fide high school girl who is right in front of you.

But if you are a smell fetishist and just want the aroma itself, Japan has plenty of smell fetish bottles, lubes and other toys to help you get your kick in more legal (and cheaper) ways.

Authors: Tadashi Anahori

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