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In Japan, the sex industry is not synonymous with prostitution. Since Japanese law defines prostitution as intercourse with an unspecified person in exchange for payment, most sex clubs only offer non-coital services to remain legal.
The sex industry in Japan uses a variety of names. Soaplands are bath houses where customers are soaped up and serviced by staff. Fashion health shops and pink salons are notionally massage or esthetic treatment parlors, and image clubs are themed versions of the same and the actual act of prostitution is legally called enjo kōsai or compensated dating to avoid legal trouble. Kabukicho, an entertainment and red-light district in Shinjuku, Tokyo, measures only 0.34 km2, and has approximately 3,500 sex parlors, strip theaters, peep shows, soaplands,sex schools, porno shops, karaoke bars and clubs,fetish parties,dominatrix,host clubs (gigolo)and many others.
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Most of these activities,as part of japanese culture, are strictly forbidden to foreigners.