A recent business trip to Nagoya included Japanese-style night time entertainment. Work then play.
This ended, predictably enough, with the local accountant dragging us to a hostess bar.
In front of a multi-story building in Sakae were several women dressed in the Nagoya hostess uniform: slinky dress with a lot of shoulder and side flank exposed, or a kimono.
Up the elevator we went to the eighth floor. The accountant led us to the second door on the left and into Aun, a small hostess bar with about 10 customers.
The bar was fairly bright, and only a few hostesses were on duty.
Fortunately, the other men in the bar were either preoccupied with hostesses - or drunk - so they didn't notice or mind our karaoke singing.
Mama-san, pictured above right, ministered to many of our needs. She served watered down "drinks," sang for and with us, and kept the nut tray full.
After a few hours, we left considerably more sober than when we arrived.
The accountant coughed up, and we tottered off to our hotel.
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