Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga recently apologized for visiting nightclubs in Tokyo by two lawmakers in violation of emergency regulations. If it weren’t for the epidemic, it is very normal and common for Japanese people to go to nightclubs to decompress after get off work. The bustling neighborhoods of Tokyo’s Ginza, Shinjuku, Roppongi, etc., only become lively when night falls. Bars, nightclubs, neon flashes, bright as day. The nightclub with colorful themes makes the Japanese linger. In addition, Japanese nightclubs also attract a large number of tourists from all over the world to experience. When traveling to Japan, in addition to viewing cherry blossoms, bathing in hot springs, savoring Japanese food and other items, drinking, listening to music, and dancing at nightclubs are also unique experiences.
The accompany girl will not be underestimated
There are many restaurants that provide night entertainment in Japan, such as bars that simply drink and rest, nightclubs where people are accompanied, and custom shops that obtain business licenses and provide special services. Japan’s strict hierarchical system, cumbersome work process, endless repression and tolerance in the daytime, striving to show the best service and perfect smile, all of which are stressful, so office workers have become the “main force of patronizing nightclubs” military”. Most office workers will choose to have a few drinks with colleagues or friends after get off work in bars and other nightclubs near the company to relieve the pressure and irritability at work.
In Japanese animation or film and television works, you can often see the feasting Kabukicho in Shinjuku, the noble and elegant Ginza club girls dressed in kimonos, and the hot dance girls who step on more than ten centimeters of high heels, dress exposed and shiny, and young and handsome Different male public relations…Many film and television works also feature accompany women or male public relations as the protagonist of the story.
Accompanying women are generally not taken lightly in Japan. They are mostly female college students and white-collar workers who are part-time workers. Because of the freedom of time and high hourly wages, the accompany work is quite popular among young women. Whether college students, office workers, or middle-aged and elderly people, all have the experience of going to nightclubs to spend, many people also spend a lot of money for their favorite accompany girls or male public relations, and spend money in private clubs.
The nightclub changes quickly
Those who live or travel in Tokyo, if they take the late-night subway, they will definitely find that they are different from the empty trains in the country. The last train in Tokyo is often overcrowded. There are flushed, unconscious, and drunk office workers everywhere. . It is very different from the hurried, calm and rigorous way of doing things in the daytime, these people who have just returned home from izakayas, bars and other nightclubs are really “willful”.
With the development of the times, Japanese nightclubs have also changed rapidly. Nowadays, the combination of DJ music and fine wine is most popular with young people, and some are rave parties with thousands of people. Guests only need to bring their ID cards and pay an entrance fee of about 1,000 yen to enjoy the night in the psychedelic lights and blasting music. The whole process is orderly and the guests will generally abide by the law. WOMB located in Shibuya is a world-renowned large-scale nightclub, once ranked second in the world nightclub rankings; Club Asia, also located in Shibuya, is an oriental-themed nightclub, and its bright red appearance is exceptional among many nightclubs in Shibuya Eye-catching, there are well-known DJ singers in Japan and abroad, and limited music events are often held here.
In addition, there are many themes of the bar. For example, wine bars, plum wine bars, shochu bars, etc. Soaking in music and savoring your favorite wine is a kind of enjoyment from body to heart. Some Japanese sake-themed bars have more than 100 kinds of Japanese sake, which attract Japanese sake lovers from all over the world. In recent years, bars with specific interests such as sports and games have become popular in Japan. In bars with the theme of “encounter”, people mostly want to meet strangers of the opposite sex, because they do not know each other and have a sense of mystery, but they can chat more freely. There are also many bars that attract attention with peculiar themes, such as the monk bar, which aims to allow guests to experience cleanliness after drinking and be influenced by the Dharma. An oiran-themed bar in Osaka, the shop is decorated in the style of the Edo period, allowing guests to experience strong Japanese traditional features.
Membership Premium Club
In addition to affordable nightclubs, there are also many high-end clubs in Japan, such as Ginza, Akasaka, Roppongi and other prosperous areas in Tokyo, and Kitashinchi in Osaka. This is a social place for adults. Membership is often implemented. If you visit for the first time without the introduction of an “old driver”, you are likely to be closed doors. When the author first arrived in Tokyo, I often saw large publicity vehicles on commercial streets such as Ikebukuro and Shinjuku with huge banners with pictures of beautiful and handsome guys hung on them. This is an advertising vehicle for bars, nightclubs and other nightclubs. The colors are mostly gold and pink. The person in the photo is the highest ranked and the most fans of the store. The nightclub website also has detailed information on the accompany women, male public relations, and honors received. They mainly rely on the sale of drinks and tips as their source of income. The income of the “popular king” is so high that one night’s income is equivalent to a month’s salary of an office worker.
It is not easy to become the “popular king” of a high-end club. In addition to having an outstanding figure and appearance, you must also have a variety of advantages. They have strong self-awareness and self-discipline, and they have to continuously improve their business capabilities. For example: take time every day to read and read newspapers, learn English, understand financial knowledge, etc. The more value-added, the more you can become a leader in the industry and be widely sought after by customers. High-end clubs all adopt a “nomination system”. The more guests named, the more popular the staff is. In addition to realizing the dream of making a fortune, the best in this industry can also join the entertainment circle, participate in various variety shows, and even publish books.
Due to the outbreak of the new crown pneumonia epidemic, all walks of life in Japan have been hit hard, and the nightclub industry, which features services, has been hit hard. Many practitioners have lost their jobs and incomes, and the bustling nightclubs in Shinjuku, Shibuya, and Ginza that “I don’t know the East is white” have also lost their former glory.