Friday, March 22, 2013

♥Kyabajo LOVE♥

 I'm sure many of you share my obsession with sexy Kyaba Gals, so I thought I'd make an entry about that. ;)


Kyabajo are basically Hostesses, working at "kyabakura" (Hostesses Clubs, counter part of a Host Club)

I'm sure most of you know this fact already, but to complete the list: Kyabajo are NO prostitutes. 
Most of the kyabakura are just clubs were you can drink, play games and have fun with pretty ladies for a specific amount of money - Sex is an OPTION, but not a MUST. To make it more specific, Sex is even discouraged!

Sweet Amani has put it very well in the comments section, here's a quote:
With Kyabajo, sex is -usually- discouraged since the job is all about manipulation really... You're sweet-talking and trying to make good conversation and stuff and trying to make guys buy more drinks. But once you sleep with them there's always the risk of loosing that customers interest in the process, and that's very detrimental to your employment at the lounge. So unless it's a really shady club or something that pushes you to prostitute yourself, sex is usually a huge no. 
Thank you Amani

So there are definately Pro's and Con's regarding this Job, but I don't wanna start a big discussion now. =)

For me, the most important PRO is the fashion Kyabajo mostly wear ♥


Kyabajo mostly wear Agejo fashion including the typical Agejo hairstyles (like Sujimori). The make-up tends to have an extra bling, layered eyelashes and thick eyeliner ♥ 
Also, heavy deco-ed nails (Sakurina style!) are often seen, along with nice sparkling jewelry to complete the look. 
For a sexy touch, Kyabajo tend to wear a deep neckline showing much bust, and hot garter stockings. 
During daytime, big sunglasses are beeing worn (mostly to cover the black circles after a night of party).

The brand that mostly fits these specifics is, by no means: MA*RS! =)

Hmmm, sounds nice, but not that special... right? 
So what actually makes Kyabajo really special for me is...


Kyabakura are famous for holding "theme nights" or "costume events". During these events, Kyabajo will dress according to the topic of the night. Here are some examples!

Gown Night (my absolute favorite ♥)
 Love the mix of light pink & turquoise ♥

So sexy! *___*

 Kimono-style gowns are also very famous!

Oh how I wish I would also have any occassion to wear such a dress... I would buy one in an instant, so beautiful! ♥

Suit Night
 Set by Ma*rs. Pink x black color combination is very famous amongst Kyabajo!

 Another Ma*rs Set - I love the chain detail sooooo much! 

 This set is done by Yumetenbo, it was featured on Ageha! ♥ (A tad too sexy for my taste, but very nice to look at nonethless. ;D)

Costume Night
 Oh well... since easter holidays are coming... xD

The infamous Santa costume! All over the Gal shops every year during November & December, haha. =)


Mostly getting up in the afternoon, Kyabajo have to get ready for work SOON. And I mean SOON
The coordination of the outfit has to be done, as well as the heavy make-up. Also, the usual preparations mostly require a hairset by a professional hairstylist, which can take up to 2-3 hours (especially complicated Sujimori hairstyle). And that's not even counted as "working time" yet!

Work starts in the late evening at the Kyabakura - that means playing out all social skills, constantly keep your smile up, keep flirting, keep trying to sell drinks (because that's what Kyabakura actually make their money with) and keep drinking. 
Sounds like a big Party, but imagine you have to do this EVERY DAY, 6 DAYS A WEEK. x___X

Closing time is mostly in the early morning, which basically means: Hurry home and go to bed, to get up in the afternoon again. And the circle is repeating... 

As you see, keeping up a "normal" life as a Kyabajo is kinda hard.
Donki & Conbini stores are the best friend of those Gals, because they're open 24 hours a day. 
There's even a solution for shopping clothes during the evening and nighttime! Around famous Kyabakura districts, you will always see a couple of clothing shops carrying Kyabajo-style clothing. The opening times absolutely fit with the working times at the Kyabakura +/- 3 hours! Quite handy - at least a few stores for them to shop in! =)

Working mostly at night and sleeping at day surely costs a lot of energy, and they still manage to look absolutely flawless - I pay a lot of respect to all those Kyabajo out there! >///<


Some of Kyabajo made it really far, becoming actresses, models and the like. 
I once heard that Himena Ousaki, the role-model of all Himegyaru, used to be working at a Kyabakura before!

Makes her even more adorable, I think! ♥

If you have more info for me to add to this post, please let me know! =D 
Special thanks to my better half over there in Japan, Mai-chan - thanks for sponsoring so much input (maybe...70%? xD) for this entry! ;)

Now some personal things... I'm happy that I could successfully complete my last big exam today, I'm so happy its over! It was really exhausting! x___X Now I'm excited to see my grades... xD" (Hope they're not too bad...)

During all this stressful time, my boyfriend was a big help for me! He was coping with my mood swings all the time and without complaining, always trying to cheer me up and care about me... Such a sweetie! Q__Q

One day, I was very down... so he allowed me to play dress-up with him! :´D It was so much fun, I dressed him like a korean idol, kihihi ♥

Ahhhw, I love this photo a lot. :´D
But it is so NOT him, haha. xD 
He felt kinda awkward in this outfit, even wearing make-up and shit. And to be honest... I also like him a lot better in his usual style, haha. 
But we both had a blast playing dress-up, thanks for that awesome day Honey ♥

Today, a very embarrassing thing happened to me... I'm still blushing when I think about it! xD"
I wanted to post a message to my facebook journal, just some personal spam about weight loss AND my latest measurements... BUT I accidentally posted it public at the Gal Sales, so embarrassing! And I didn't realize that until 45 minutes later, OMG... Please let me dig a hole and jump into it. xD"
I really hope I didn't disturb anybody, since the Gal Sales are for SELLING & BUYING things, but not for personal bullshit. =/

Anyways, I wonder what is the most embarrassing situation that happened to YOU recently? Let's share some funny experiences, haha! ;D

It's such a sweet, sweet life, isn't it?


  1. With kyabajo, sex is -usually- discouraged since the job is all about manipulation, really... you're sweet-talking and trying to make good conversation and stuff and trying to make guys buy more drinks. But once you sleep with them there's always the risk of losing that customer's interest in the process, and that's very detrimental to your employment at the lounge. So unless it's a really shady club or something that pushes you to prostitute yourself, sex is usually a huge no.

    1. Thank you so much for your explanation! You put it so well! *___*

      May I make a quote of your comment up there in my entry? I would really like to let everybody know about that point! =3

    2. Yeah it's no problem! It's good to know a bit about that job industry.

      It seems that their male counterparts are kind-of-sort-of on the opposite side as far as sex goes, since females are more the type to get more attached to a man after sleeping with them. That's how it seems as far as what I've noticed as far as the documentaries I've watched! Kind of interesting but really sad because overall host/hostessing seems to be very physically and emotionally draining for a lot of people

    3. Thank you millions dear, I added your quote to the entry! =D

      Oh yeah, what you're saying makes so much sense! =/ (Thinking about men's behaviour is so disappointing... xD")

      I must admit that I never dig that deep into that topic, so thank you very much for mentioning those things! You really made me feel like watching some documentaries about Host & Hostess Clubs now, haha! =D