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Japanese porn industry, full of 70-year-olds

This is a story that happened in Tokyo, Japan.

As night fell, the Japanese police suddenly rushed into a sex club in Tokyo and arrested the club owner on the spot.

According to it, isn’t the club a very normal organization in Japan, so what can be reported?

Let’s put it this way, this club has three oddities:

Firstly, this club serves elderly men. There are about a thousand people, most of whom are in their seventies and eighties. The club specializes in introducing prostitutes to them.

Second, the average age of prostitutes introduced by this club is about 60 years old, and there are also 82-year-old women among them.

In other words, the oldest “Miss”, when the police arrived, she was serving an 82-year-old male guest.

Thirdly, the owner of the club, Seihide Kuroda, is also a 70-year-old man. He earned about 30 million yen by pimping members.

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In fact, stories like this are not uncommon in Japan.

There are places in Japan called “mature women’s house”, “evening water moon” and “autumn leaves”. The practitioners are between 50 and 75 years old. These clubs only recruit old ladies, not young girls.

According to reports, there was a sex club recently seized by the police called the “Super Mature” club.

Many of the women engaged in pornographic services in the club are still receiving pensions and subsistence allowances.

The oldest is a 73-year-old woman. She is receiving subsistence allowances and working in the club at the same time. According to the search personnel, this old lady “although her age is put there, she feels like a beautiful old lady.” “.

Yes, you read that right, old Japanese are already taking over the porn industry!

In the impression of ordinary people, the porn industry should be the monopoly of young people. However, in Japan, the “silver-haired porn industry” belonging to middle-aged and elderly people is getting bigger and bigger, and even has a tendency to become the mainstream.

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Not just sex clubs!

Even in the eyes of many people, it seems to be a Japanese specialty AV small fixer, and now more and more elderly people are among them.

Maori Teizuka, who retired from the AV world at the age of 80, is one of them.

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At the age of 71, Teizuka, who once appeared in an opera, chatted with an old customer who happened to work in an AV planning company and was planning to create a series of super mature women recently.

The man asked if Dizuka was interested, but he didn’t expect to do this for nearly 10 years.

The 80-year-old Teizuka chose to retire because the on-site AV shooting was too hard.

The success of Dizuka is also not an isolated case.

Unexpectedly, in the porn industry , AV actresses in their 60s are very popular, especially some high-value 60-year-old actresses, whose debut is often the number one sales.

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According to industry insiders, the annual sales of Japan’s pornography industry can reach 20 billion US dollars, of which pornographic films made by the elderly account for a quarter of the entire market.

As for why those elderly women are willing to shoot AV, in the final analysis, apart from loneliness, it is mainly because of one word-poor.

According to the published poverty rate projections, the poverty rate of women over the age of 65 living alone in Japan has reached 46.2%, and almost one in every two people is in poverty.

For these old people, living such a shameful life is mostly just to survive.

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The Buddha once said with great pain: “There are three kinds of dharmas, which are unlovable, unglamorous, unreadable, and unsatisfactory in the world. What are the three? They are old age, sickness, and death.”

And old, in the first place!

Behind the rise of Japan’s silver-haired porn industry that we have just seen, is essentially the increasing aging of Japan.

Don’t you see, due to the low birth rate and the extension of life expectancy, in 2022, Japan’s elderly population over the age of 75 will reach 19.37 million, accounting for more than 15% of the total population for the first time.

The population over 65 years old has reached 36.27 million, accounting for nearly 30% of the total population, and this ratio is expected to reach 40% by 2060.

The elderly employed population in Japan is also increasing. Now 25.1% of the elderly over the age of 65 are still working in Japan. If only the elderly aged 65-69 are counted, the proportion is as high as 50.3%, exceeding the general population.

Behind Japan’s rapid aging and high employment of the elderly, it is revealing the heaviest and most tragic background of Japanese society…..

The first to bear the brunt is the shrinking consumption.

In Japan, no matter how you advertise, how you cut prices and promote sales, the market is calm, the desire for consumption is sluggish, no one buys cars, no one looks at houses, no one touches LV bags, and the sales of TVs plummet. . . .

Regarding this situation, Mr. Kenichi Ohmae, a Japanese management scientist, wrote a book “Society with Low Desires”. That is to say, as the whole society is getting old, a large number of social members are losing interest in everything around them.

At this time, no matter how low prices are, consumption cannot be stimulated, bank credit interest rates have been lowered repeatedly, and the number of house buyers is still declining year by year; most people are unwilling to take on mortgages or the risk of business failure.

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And the desireless society, the most intuitive impression in Japan is that empty houses in Japan are spreading like a plague, and there are more and more “ghost towns”!

According to the Nikkei Chinese website, in some rural areas of Japan, the population over 65 years old accounts for the majority of the total number of local residents, and there are more and more empty houses.

According to the survey results of the Ministry of General Affairs of Japan in 2014, the total number of houses in Japan reached 60.63 million, of which 8.2 million were vacant, that is to say, one out of every seven houses was vacant.

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Due to the seriousness of the “empty city” phenomenon, police and firefighters are busy dealing with safety hazards in vacant buildings. Every year, Japan closes 500 schools.

Rural “ghost towns” may become a strange disease that plagues Japan for decades to come.

Of course, all this is not the most terrible thing. The most terrible thing is the sad ending of the lonely old man who lives alone. From this, a new word was invented in Japanese – lonely death.

There was a piece of news in Japan that an old man over ninety years old was found dead at home for more than three years, and such cases are becoming more and more frequent.

According to Japanese media survey data, more than 30,000 elderly people in Japan die quietly in their solitary houses every year, especially in summer, as many as 4,000 people die alone in the high temperature every week.

With the frequent occurrence of the “lonely death” phenomenon, a profession is emerging-death sweeper.

The job content of the cleaners is that when there is a dead person who has not been found for a long time in a private house, after simply collecting the body, special personnel are invited in to clean up the garbage on the spot.

These cleaners are all wearing protective clothing and special masks that block odors in order to clean up maggots breeding in garbage, tatami mats soaked in corpse water, and even rooms that have not been cleaned for a long time.

There are even special professional ceremonies for the cleaners. Before entering the house, they have to put their hands together at the door to pay respects. After cleaning the house, they have to offer flowers and burn incense to pay homage to the dead.

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The Japanese old people are also afraid of getting such an end, so some of them who can’t make it through come up with a strange trick-go to prison.

According to the latest data from the 2018 “Statistical Yearbook of Japan”, criminals over the age of 60 account for about 20% of the country’s prison population, an increase of 7% from 10 years ago. Many of the elderly are recidivists who have been in prison for 6 to 7 times , the number of these elderly people is as high as 11 million.

Violations will naturally be judged and sanctioned. But compared to being too poor to live, the prison has become a better place for them, with shelter from the wind and rain, and three meals a day.

As I write this, I can’t help but sigh!

Originally, Japan was the most prepared for aging. However, when the real aging comes, it still feels that nothing is enough and nothing can resist it.

What about other countries that are not ready? !

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Comte, a French sociologist in the 18th century, once said: Population is the destiny of a country!

Declining birthrate and aging population is not just Japan, nor East Asia, but a big problem all over the world.

At present, the world is experiencing a large-scale “demographic revolution”. The demographic transition in northern Europe, Japan, South Korea and China has intensified, and they are increasingly troubled by low birth rates and aging populations.

In particular, the aging of the population structure is becoming an increasing challenge: by 2050, the global population over the age of 65 will account for 15.6% of the total population, which is more than double the proportion of children under the age of 5.

No country or person should take this severe challenge lightly.

After all, a grain of sand of the times, falling on everyone’s head, is like a mountain.

Each of us should cherish today’s self, and even more cherish the aging future!

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