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By tokyobutterfly, Jan 6 2018 12:14PM

2017 has been a year of wonderful triumphs as well as untimely challenges. A year of tragedies and heartache as well as good fortune and blessings. We more than often have to play the cards that life deals us. I truly hope that for all of you, my precious Kings and Princes will be dealt the very best hand 2018 bringing you a year of peace and good will as well as great fortune!


This year we would like to start the New Year with a little humor and tongue and cheek. Please enjoy a few of our favorite jokes.


-Tokyo Butterflies



“ I was banging this sexy lady on her kitchen table when we heard the front door open. She said, ‘It’s my husband! Quick, try the back door!’

Thinking back, I really should have ran, but you don’t get offers like that every day. “




*See the other “sexy jokes” on my lovely friend's blog*


-Mio’s blog

-Arisa’s blog

-Kiyomi’s blog

-Angelina’s blog



By tokyobutterfly, Sep 27 2017 06:09AM


Dear Kings and Princes,


I hope you are all doing well and enjoying life to its fullest! A weeks ago a very dear friend and loyal gentlemen caller agreed to allow me to interview him to share his unique perspective on why he has been a loyal Tokyo Butterfly patron for the past 5 years. He agreed to an interview on the condition of complete anonymity and respect for his privacy in which I gratefully agreed so during the interview I will refer to him as Richard X. Please enjoy this intimate and personal interview.


Misa – Richard how long have we known each other?


Richard – I first had the pleasure of your company in 2012 December 24th. I remember closing a very important contract with a client and wanting to celebrate with a beautiful Japanese woman. After scanning the web, I stumbled upon your fantastic site and was bowled over by your beauty and charms. So I made a date for an overnight dinner booking. You were actually my first Japanese escort experience so I consider myself quite fortunate.


Misa – I know you said you were impressed with my website but did I live up to your expectations when you met me in person? Please be honest:)


Richard – You were absolutely gorgeous and still are in ever so many ways. Not just your physical beauty but as a human being as well. I remember we hit it off right away and had great chemistry. I think we spent so much time in conversation that we lost track of time.


Misa – Such the gentleman and always a charmer! Well enough about me. Have you had any other experiences with escorts or courtesans in Japan?


Richard – As you know Misa, I am a bit of a collector perhaps the correct term is hobbyist. I love the company of beautiful intoxicating women. Although You and I have a wonderful arrangement and history of spending time together when I visit Tokyo or when you visit the East coast, you know in the past I have met most of the other butterflies on your roster and in many cases more than once with some of these delightful maidens. Outside of the Tokyo Butterfly consortium I have not really had the need or desire mainly due to pitfalls and disappointments that sometimes come with booking non-English speaking escorts.


Misa – I’m sorry I don’t follow what do you mean?


Richard – Well, in a country like Japan there are many obstacles to booking the right girl for a date. I have visited many sites that don’t cater to foreign clients and if they do they seem all too suspicious. My main concern was having the woman in the photo that I wish to book a date with actually would end being the same woman arriving at my door or not. I know that bait and switch is a big thing in Japan as well as other countries so it’s really a buyer beware market. When I first found your web site, I was really impressed with the fact that you did not hide your face and your photos were very consistent with being the genuine article. I was also impressed with the honesty and openness of your site. You obviously went to great lengths to build a very entertaining and informative web site that I found myself visiting many times. Your English is excellent as well.


Misa – Richard you’re are very kind and certainly know how to flatter a woman!

What advice would you give to someone wanting to book an escort or courtesan in Tokyo?


Richard – I think the biggest piece of advice would be to book ahead. I know personally that you and the girls get quite busy and I have missed opportunities in the past because I should have booked our date more in advance. I guess those are the cards we are dealt with sometimes. I also think its really important to thoroughly review your dates web site. Read her profile, bio and FAQ. Most importantly clarify rates and booking courses to avoid any misunderstandings.

Always ask for a clear photo that is published on her web site to be emailed to you so you know she’s the genuine article. Try to book a hotel that meets her standards and most importantly book enough time to enjoy yourself. There is nothing worse than a rushed GFE date so in order to avoid that I suggest a four-hour dinner date. You can build chemistry and have that true intimate girl friend experience. Lastly always be respectful and polite. Especially with Japanese providers. I find you get a much more quality experience in bed by not being insensitive to their needs as well. I find buying a small gift of appreciation is an excellent form of foreplay and personal lubricant –Oops sorry about that Misa!


Misa – That's ok, I know you have a naughty side:) Richard you have been really generous in sharing with me today. Is there anything you would like to add?


Richard – Yes, there is – Misa and her consortium of butterflies are absolutely top notch and worth your time and attention. I highly recommend any one of these beauties for your next visit in Tokyo. I am completely hooked!


Misa – Thank you very much Richard!



I hoped you enjoyed this brief interview with a cherished patron of our services. If you would like to share your experiences of course anonymously and discreetly or perhaps write a review. Please let me know so we can make arrangements.

We look forward to seeing you in Tokyo soon!


By tokyobutterfly, Sep 24 2017 04:14PM

Mel Gordon’s reputation as the preeminent scholar of early 20th-century sex culture was established with Feral House’s publication of his landmark 2000 tomeVoluptuous Panic: The Erotic World of Weimar Berlin. That book has remained in print for fifteen years, seeing multiple revisions and expansions as well as a companion piece, 2006’s The Seven Addictions and Five Professions of Anita Berber, further exploring Berlin’s vintage nightlife via a biography of the notorious nude dancer. 2015 finds Feral House issuing the long-anticipated release of Voluptuous Panic’s sister volume in the form of Horizontal Collaboration: The Erotic World of Paris 1920 – 1946—a book that brims with titillating pleasures like an overfilled coupe of champagne.

The history of demimonde culture is largely an oral and ephemeral one, making Gordon’s undertaking in Horizontal Collaboration a more monumental one than it might seem at first glance. Relying on vintage guidebooks, photographs, pulp magazine articles, and personal diaries, Gordon weaves disparate scraps of material into a comprehensive narrative that reveals hidden aspects of Parisian culture. Though it’s tempting to imagine “European cabaret culture” as something monolithic, the book takes a great deal of care to differentiate the conditions under which Parisian sex culture developed from the ones that led to the unique character of Weimar Berlin’s sexual underground. France’s tolerant attitudes towards prostitution, sexual satire, and prolific heterosexual coupling created a far bubblier, celebratory atmosphere than the doom-haunted, paraphilic world of Berlin’s sex culture during the twenties and thirties. The imagery in the book underscores this luminous sexuality. In fact, Horizontal Collaboration may be 2015’s leggiest publication: scores of well-turned gams adorn its pages, topped by beckoning bosoms and flashing smiles. It’s a visual tribute to Jazz-Age beauty of the most inviting variety.

Nowhere is Gordon’s thorough research and contextualization displayed more vividly than in the chapter on gay and lesbian nightlife. The brief flowering of interwar gay nightlife in Paris left behind little concrete evidence and no cohesive narrative. Strong legal and cultural taboos against gay sex plus a relative absence of gay counter- cultural social links meant Gordon dug through police blotters, memoirs, and rare photographic documentation to create a the first full picture of the history of gay Paris. The resulting text illuminates the lives of otherwise anonymous faces. One especially vivid example is found in the person of a butch lesbian dubbed “Fat Claude” in a Brassaï snapshot. She is identified as Violette Morris, a gifted woman athlete who would ultimately cast her lot with the Nazis, working as a spy with the SS and revealing French state secrets. Her collaborationist activities would escalate to the torture of female Resistance members until she met her end in a hail of commando gunfire in 1944.



All of this leads up to Horizontal Collaboration’s provocative heart and the source of its title: a chapter detailing sex culture during the Nazi occupation of Paris between 1940 and 1944. Rather than characterize the occupying forces as rapist Huns (as was the fashion in the Allied mass media), the book offers evidence that Paris’ status as a beyond-the-borders playground for the German military resulted in economic well- being and open-minded treatment for a majority of participants in the Parisian sex industry. First-person accounts of the time are quoted in which it’s revealed that jazz, though banned in Germany, was permitted on Parisian stages, and Nazi officers and soldiers are characterized as model clients by the prostitutes who serviced them. This combination of tolerance for performed exotica and an attitude of courtesy towards sex workers belied the genocidal purges and Gestapo tortures taking place beneath the city’s glittering surface. A thirst for vengeance in the aftermath of the war led to theatrical public abuse of women who slept with Nazis, and would result in a new puritanism that forever altered the landscape of erotic life in Paris.



Beyond simply cataloging a period in time, Gordon’s approachable, witty prose brings the naughtiness of vintage Paris to life. The author approaches his material with refreshing directness and affection, allowing the facts he presents to exist without the stain of contemporary politics creeping into frame. There’s a humor to Gordon’s phrasing that complements the avalanche of risque imagery. On the nude revues at Les Folies Bergère:

“U.S. Army guidebooks in 1946 maintained that more than sixty million spectators had been “fleeced” ... since the Armistice. (There was no need to know French in order to follow the vapid stage dialogue. In fact, linguistic ignorance was thought to be a singular advantage.)”

In passages such as these, Gordon presents fact and flavor side-by-side, entertaining as he educates.






In terms of presentation, the book makes a lovely shelf-mate to Voluptuous Panic. Saturated, full-color imagery and glossy stock mean that Horizontal Collaboration begs to be picked up and experienced. The hundreds of rare photographs and illustrations could easily overwhelm the text, but the combination of Gordon’s skillful writing alongside intelligent layout choices ensure readability and flow of information. That having been said, the experience of reading Horizontal Collaboration evokes the sensory overload of Parisian nightlife: one’s eyes are spoiled for sensual choice no matter where they land.

In an environment where provocative imagery is increasingly detached from historical context on image-sharing sites and social media, Gordon’s painstaking work in tracking down and cataloging the stories behind the bounty of images included in Horizontal Collaboration is to be celebrated. A passion project by any definition, Horizontal Collaboration is the rare book that is both a scholarly achievement and a steamy delight.