Yasuomi Hirai hid in a storm drain for 5 hours to film up women’s skirts
Yasuomi Hirai has been arrested twice for photographing women from beneath storm drain gratings.
HYOGO (TR) – Hyogo Prefectural Police have again arrested a 28-year-old male company employee for hiding inside a storm drain to take illicit photographs of female pedestrians in Kobe, reports the Sankei Shimbun (Nov. 9).
On August 16 at 7:50 a.m., Yasuomi Hirai is alleged to have used a smartphone to film up the skirt of a 37-year-old beauty artist as she strolled past a storm drain grating under which he was sprawled on his back.
The incident took place near a post office in a shopping street in the Okamoto area. The victim telephoned police after seeing the suspect’s hair poking through slats in the grating and making eye contact.
Officers arriving at the scene searched the suspect’s smartphone and found several videos and images showing women’s underwear.
The suspect told police that he had been in the drain, which was 60 centimeters deep, for a five-hour period starting at 3:00 a.m.
Hirai, who has been charged with causing a public nuisance, admits to the allegations.
Sembunyi di Lubang Saluran Air, Hirai Videokan Wanita Pejalan Kaki
Selasa, 10 November 2015 14:00 WIB
Laporan Koresponden Tribunnews.com, Richard Susilo dari Tokyo
TRIBUNNEWS.COM, TOKYO – Yasuomi Hirai (28) sudah kedua kalinya melakukan tindakan asusila.
Bersembunyi di dalam gorong-gorong saluran air bawah tanah untuk bisa mengambil video bagian sensitif wanita yang lewat di situ. Akhirnya Hirai tertangkap polisi Jepang lagi.
“Pelaku sudah dua kali melakukan hal ini dan akhirnya tertangkap lagi berkat laporan korban wanita yang curiga melihat sembulan rambut dari dalam lubang gorong-gorong saluran air bawah tanah,” kata sumber Tribunnews.com, Selasa (10/11/2015).
Polisi Perfektur Hyogo kembali menangkap seorang pegawai perusahaan pria 28 tahun, Yasuomi Hirai, yang bersembunyi di dalam pembuangan air selokan supaya dapat mengambil video terlarang pejalan kaki perempuan di Kobe.
Japanese man kicks fellow diner to death in squabble over seat in noodle bar
Published on Sep 30, 2014 3:26 PM
TOKYO (AFP) – A Japanese man who allegedly kicked a fellow diner to death in a fight over seats in a noodle bar calmly returned to his food as the other man lay dying, the media reported on Tuesday.
Shinichiro Imanishi, 37, was being questioned in connection with the death of a 49-year-old man whom he allegedly threw to the floor and then stamped on repeatedly, a police spokesman told AFP. Imanishi, who weighs 120kg, did nothing to help his victim after the frenzied attack in Tokyo, instead ordering a bowl of noodles, local media said.
The trouble erupted when Mr Hisao Kitajima pulled a chair which Imanishi was using to rest his foot on, the spokesman said, adding Mr Kitajima died of his injuries two days later.
Nine Japanese nationals have allegedly joined the ISIL Takfiri militants, who are currently wreaking havoc on Iraq and Syria.
Japan’s former air force chief, Toshio Tamogami, recently met with director general of the Israeli Foreign Ministry, Nissim Ben Shitrit, in the occupied Palestinian territories and was told that nine Japanese nationals have joined ISIL.
However, Japan’s Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga said on Friday that the government has not confirmed such information.
According to the former Japanese air force chief, no details except the number of the Japanese nationals were given to him by the Israeli official.
A new cookbook published in Japan by author Kyosuke Kagami is causing a stir on the internet because of its title, Condom Meals I Want to Make for You.
The book, which launched this Monday, aims to promote promote safe sex and awareness that condoms are not just to be used for birth control, but also for STD prevention. It features 11 recipes that use condoms as tools for food preparation.
Culinary expert, Yuka Haruya, who co-wrote the cookbook, highly recommends that condoms be thoroughly sanitized before being utilized as cooking implements.
KOBE – Police arrested a 47-year-old man Wednesday in connection with the death of a 6-year-old Kobe girl who went missing nearly two weeks earlier.
The man, Yasuhiro Kimino, was living near the wooded area where police found the head and other severed body parts of Mirei Ikuta.
Police uncovered the body parts Tuesday inside layered plastic bags left roughly 100 meters east of her home in the city’s Nagata Ward. A one-piece dress and sandals that appeared identical to those worn by the elementary school student were also found inside the bags.
A police officer seen near the site where a body was found in Nagata Ward, Kobe, on Tuesday evening
TOKYO – The dismembered body of a six-year-old Japanese girl has been found in several plastic bags near her home, police said Wednesday.
DNA tests confirmed the body parts were those of Mirei Ikuta, who went missing in the western Japan city of Kobe on September 11, local police said.
Media reports said officers were questioning a 47-year-old man who lives in the neighbourhood.
An intensive search was launched after Mirei failed to return home two weeks ago, but there were no leads until a number of foul-smelling plastic bags were uncovered in a bush just 100 metres (yards) from the girl’s house on Tuesday.
They contained the head, the upper torso with arms, and the legs, a police spokesman told AFP by telephone, adding that some body parts had yet to be found.
Clothes and sandals believed to belong to the girl were also found at the site, he added.
The Japanese are a practical people. In the past most young adults lived with their parents until they married, and it was not unusual to find three generations living under one roof, separated only by paper thin walls or shoji screens. Needless to say, finding a suitable place to pursue the most private of acts was somewhat difficult to achieve. Emerging from necessity, “Love Hotels” were introduced in the late 1950′s, offering couples who desired time alone an affordable room to rent by the hour. While they might be perceived as bawdy or odd to a foreign visitor, Love Hotels are considered futsuu (normal) in Japan, a fact of life for high school students on up to middle aged lovers and beyond. The Japanese attitude toward sex is often more relaxed and cosmopolitan than that of the west, and these establishments are an accepted segment of a society where space and privacy are at a premium.
Originally modeled after traditional Japanese inns called Ryokan, the hotels in the early 60′s gradually began catering to a more modern, western concept of love and romance, featuring ceiling mirrors and rotating beds with European styled furnishings adorning each room. Eventually these were replaced with high tech amenities, contemporary rooms now offering fully automated services. The television provides a variety of films or karaoke music, while radio and lights are effortlessly controlled from the headboard of the bed. Alcohol, snacks, and sex-toys can be ordered from room service and paid for with a credit card. For those who enjoy multitasking, some hotels even offer “sun beds” that provide a tan while you indulge in other sensual delights. Bordering highways, nightspots, and sometimes even found in suburbia, bright neon lights flashing names like “Hotel Charm”, and “Love Oasis” make these hotels easy to spot for couples with or without a car. For married couples wishing to add variety to their sex life, or “salarymen” and their “office ladies” in search of a clandestine haven after an evening spent drinking, these convenient love nests offer a readily available solution.
Love Hotels are models of discretion, and ensuring that a customer can fully relax while there is a top priority. Clients entering the premise never see the staff or other customers, and anonymity is always assured. Those arriving by car enter underground parking lots hidden from view, and staff often cover license plates to deter any curious onlookers. Upon entering the reception area the customer is greeted by a lit panel displaying photographs of available rooms. Choosing a room is as simple as pressing a button, the extinguished light of the panel confirming the room selected is now occupied. Payment is made discreetly to a staff member who remains hidden behind a partition, and verbal exchange between patron and staff is usually unnecessary.
TOKYO: A group of Japanese porn actresses are preparing to have their breasts squeezed by fans for 24 hours this weekend for a charity event loosely translated as “Boob Aid”.
The nine adult movie stars told local media today they could barely contain their excitement about the “Stop! AIDS” campaign event — which will be televised live — but asked, perhaps somewhat optimistically: please be gentle.
“I’m really looking forward to lots of people fondling my boobs,” Rina Serina told the Tokyo Sports newspaper. “But I would be very happy if you would please be delicate.”
The event, the 12th since its launch in 2003, will be broadcast on adult cable television, with punters donating to the anti-AIDS campaign in exchange for a feel.
Rescuers comb through devastation of Japan landslide
By Miwa Suzuki | AFP News
Thousands of rescuers combed through the wreckage of homes engulfed by landslides in western Japan on Thursday in the slim hope of finding survivors, a day after a wall of mud claimed at least 39 lives.
Police officers, firefighters and soldiers worked through the night in a desperate bid to find 26 people reportedly unaccounted for among the sludge and rubble.
The number of missing rose from an earlier figure of seven, apparently as more reports came in to local authorities.
Dozens of houses were buried when hillsides collapsed after torrential downpours in Hiroshima that saw more than a month’s rain fall in just three hours.
Throughout Wednesday there were moments of hope, with survivors who had sought refuge on the upper floors of their homes airlifted to safety, but there were also bodies carried away from the devastation wrapped in blankets or plastic sheeting.
It emerged Thursday that a 53-year-old rescuer who was killed in a secondary landslide the day earlier had died with a toddler in his arms.
KitKat lets rail passengers in Japan use chocolate bars as tickets
AFP Relax – Thu, Jun 12, 2014
Wouldn’t train travel be more fun if you could pay in chocolate rather than buying a ticket?
If that sounds like your thing then head to Japan, where travelers using the Sanriku Railway network can now use KitKats as train passes.
The concept is part of an innovative scheme by confectionery brand Nestlé to rejuvenate tourism in the northern province, following the devastating effects of the 2011 Tōhoku Earthquake.
Customers can buy special packs of KitKat for less than the cost of a standard ticket as part of the initiative, which is the first time a Japanese rail company has allowed confectionery packaging to be used as a method of payment.
The move isn’t the first time Nestlé has helped the Sanriku railway get back on track following the natural disaster.
KitKat has also decorated two of the trains and two of the rebuilt stations with cherry blossom motifs, which symbolize hope in Japan.
The move comes as the Japanese government recently announced plans to offer free Wi-Fi to tourists who register their passport details upon arriving in the country, in a bid to boost visits from foreign travelers.
KitKat train tickets will be available this month and will be valid on Sanriku Railway trains through May 2015.