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So she begins folding paper cranes; in Japan, it's said that if you fold 1, of them, you will be granted a wish. Sadako folds the cranes in the hope that she will live if she completes the task — but she dies before she's able. The book is based on a true story. The club, which was called Kurione , had two underage girls on staff when police raided it. Customers could sit in a semi-private room containing a so-called magic mirror that allowed them to see up the skirts of girls as they constructed the cranes.
According to police sources, the shop also offered customers the opportunity to go to a private room alone with a girl, where she would perform sex acts for money. The raid on Kurione was the latest in the police's battle against Japan's booming JK business. JK stands for joshi kousei, or a female high school student — though some businesses also exploit teen boys. One of the more common services is JK o-sampo, which translates as "honorable walks with high school girls" in which customers pay to go on a stroll with a Japanese teenager.
Often, those strolls end up in a so-called love hotel; many of the JK businesses are fronts for teenage prostitution and sex trafficking.
She works at a type of hostess club called a "girls' bar" in Setagaya-ku. They'd generally buy her dinner or take her for a walk. She lived with her mother on the outskirts of Tokyo, and Lisa says they didn't have a lot of money.
She'd work after school and on weekends, and she says she never had sex with the men. She didn't tell her friends about what she was doing. When she was 17, a man in his early thirties took her to dinner and bought her drinks, then suggested they go to a love hotel to sing karaoke — he said he'd pay her more for her time and assured her they wouldn't have sex.