goes inside a popular "host boy café" in Japan to examine the lives of both the patrons and the employees. Think of these cafes as kind of like strip clubs but the roles are reversed so instead of scantily clad women, it's overly groomed boys with glam-rock hair who work there and instead of selling lap-dances, they're selling romance. What's surprising is how similar the two really are.

By contributing SFist MiHi Ahn