In the mid 1980s in Japan, No-Pan Kissa (ノーパン喫茶) were the discerning salaryman’s bar of choice. These “no panty bars” had waitresses in short skirts wearing no underwear often in establishments with mirrored flooring! Although there were no-touching rules, drunk salaryman found it hard to resist temptation. The bars charged around four times as much for any drink and were a popular employment choice amongst some women because they paid well and generally required little sexual contact with the customers. Many employees were college students who were earning extra money.
In the peak of the boom in these shops in the 1980s, many started to have topless or bottomless waitresses. However, at this point the number of such shops started to decline rapidly.
Eventually such coffee shops gave way to the new ” fashion health” clubs.
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