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Kuta, Japanese Women Travel to Bali for Sex with Local Beach Boys

Japanese Women Travel to Bali for Sex with Local Beach Boys


Unbelievable! There is an astounding piece of news from Japan related to Indonesian men living in Bali, Indonesia who work as beach boys. A Japanese freelance writer, who has some works published in the weekly magazine Nikkan Gendai, wrote that these beach boys serve Japanese women’s lust for 5,000 Yen, or about 584k Rupiah (exchange rate Rp 116 = 1 yen) for one-time sex.

“Bali is a very popular tourist destination since the early years of the bubbling economy of the 1990s. Many Japanese women went to Bali for a massage,” said freelance writer Yukio Murakami, which is quoted and printed in Nikkan Gendai magazine.

Many of these Japanese women also requested for the ‘beach boys’ to perform erotic massage from the breast area down to the bottom part of the body, she added.

“At a certain moment, these women will ask how much it will cost to perform a sex service. There are around 200 gigolos in Bali and many of them are specifically trained to satisfy these women. [These gigolos] are even trained to lick a woman’s body up to the female sex organ so that their client can enjoy higher arousal rather than the intercourse itself. The average rate for one time sex service is 5.000 yen, but there is often a cheaper rate of only 2.000 yen (233k Rupiah). For one full-day service, they will charge 10.000 yen (1.1 million Rupiah),” explained Murakami.

The popularity of Bali beach boys among Japanese female workers has been rising since 10 years ago, or around year 2000. Even more Japanese workers are vacationing in Bali these days, she added.

Especially in 2005, many women who have stressful working lives in Japanese stores and rarely have sex, will relieve their stress by going to Bali to hire these boys, added Murakami again. “One of the most embarrassing facts nationwide,” written at the end of the article published in Nikkan Gendai magazine.

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