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Everything dropped in our lap and days passed by like a flash.
It’s a nasty stereotype…with a few grains of truth to it, we suppose.
But at least we can now rest easy knowing it’s a two-way street, because there are tons of Japanese girls who only date Western men.
Cigarette smoke hangs thick in the air of a Tokyo nightspot as Aki Nitta sips champagne with a trio of sweet-talking Lotharios peddling fake love at premium rates.
In a country which has lost its mojo, many wealthy Japanese women spend eye-watering sums on male hosts in return for an evening of sweet talk, flirting -- and often sex.