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The Nightless City $3.95 $2.95

Author: J.E. De Becker

About: One of the earliest examples of sexual tourism. (Or nearly so). Complete title: The Nightless City, or The History of the Yoshiwara Yukwaku, by An English Student of Sociology, is based on De Becker's experiences in Japan during the late 1890s. Told through the eyes of "The Lily," a girl with extraordinary beauty and superstar muscular control in a certain region, who finds herself sold into the life at an early age. Utilizing her special skill and a bit of luck, she makes her way to the top, Horatio-Alger style.

Often reprinted, this work is a starting point for understanding the Western perspective on East Asian sexual culture, and may help explain why men's eyes light up so much if you ever tell them about a stint tending bar in Tokyo's Rappongi District.


The child half-turned and indicated the stream of people milling past the curio dealer's shop. “There is Ogawa!” she said and, without another word, with the manner of an emperor who had given his last word in an interview, the young girl turned to the curios and gave her attention once more to the brightly colored objects.

The girl remained with Kobayashi, the curio dealer, for the rest of the day, but no Ogawa returned to claim the lost child. That night, after closing up his shop, Kobayashi made another bed for the girl, determined that the next morning he would hie himself to the police station and there return this nuisance of a girl who happened in so suddenly on him, disturbing his bachelor's peace with her calm, level stare that seemed to probe within the very innermost recesses of his soul. Somehow, whenever he talked to The Lily, he felt that she saw through all of his lies and false posturings. The moment a lie came to his mouth, he thought he could see her lips curl faintly in a derisive smile and her eyes would level themselves calmly at him. And he knew that she was laughing at him. During my travels in France I once saw a picture called The Mona Lisa, and the woman in it had the same sort of curl and Kobayashi's breath now came in short, labored gasps. His groping hands now went under the cloth of her nightgown through the open collar. His hands caressed her breasts lovingly. Then he slowly drew the quilt away from them and threw it back on the floor. Both of them lay open now. Beside his long hairy legs, he saw her slim body, like coral carving outlined under her nightgown. He looked into her face once more. The same calm expression was there. She was absolutely untroubled. She seemed to know what to expect next. And when Kobayashi's quivering hands went slowly to the hem of her gown and drew the bottom away from her white body and left it bare to his eyes, she still stared unconcernedly at him, the taunting smile evident around her lips.

Kobayashi's eyes almost popped out at the sight of her delicious bare body lying next to his. He examined her thin thighs that were as shapely as carved ivory. Now he could see her breasts. They were twin mounds of alabaster, scarcely nubile, yet emitting an unmistakable feeling that they were to be for man's pleasure rather than for his use. As she lay on her side, the powerful swing of her hips sweeping down to her flanks from her buttocks foretold of the beauteous form that was to come. Then he looked down at the slit between her legs. Only faint hairs scattered themselves around it. But it was so small that it could scarcely be seen. With a hesitant finger, Kobayashi touched the pouting lips.

“Has any other man seen you as I see you now, oh honorable Lily?” he asked, a quaver of passion disrupting the even tenor of his voice.

She shook her head and smiled. “No other man has seen or had my beauty,” the child said with the words of a woman.

In reply, Kobayashi sank his head down between her thighs and sniffed the delicious virgin fragrance of her vagina. Unspoiled, un-ravished, he knew that here was a prize that would be his for only a short time.

“Spread your legs a little,” he begged of her.

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01.The Harem of Hsi Men (Jin Ping Mei)
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