WEIGHT: 63 kg
Services: Swinging, Fetish, Smoking (Fetish), Strap-ons, Toys
These women where often the daughters of poor fishermen who were visited by mediators that offered compensation to the families, promising that their daughters were going overseas for public duty. In Vietnam, Karyuki-San first appeared in mass in to meet the demand of the growing number of French troops stationed in the North during the Sino-French War.
According to official records, by , the vast majority of Japanese living in Indochina were prostitutes. Ironically, the presence of Karyuki-San in Vietnam resulted in the establishment of ancillary businesses that would eventually replace the local Japanese sex industry.
The first Japanese settlers were prostitutes and pimps. Later, the small shopkeeper moved to here to offer the commodity and needs to prostitutes, ex: Kimono shop, laundry shop, hairdressing shop, and photographer.
After they understand the local situation, merchants follow their step arrived, then intellectuals and other Japanese individual who would like to refer to himself to move to here.
These economic developments coincided with changing social norms on the Japanese mainland. In , the government issued a decree ending the age of legalized prostitution and, by , all Japanese brothels in Indochina had been closed. Upon their return to Japan, most Karyuki-San were looked down upon and abandoned by their families, shamed by a profession most of them didn't chose.