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He was watching Hentai.  This is porn. This is Japanese porn.

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Two women return to their hostel in Kyoto, Japan after a long day sightseeing. They find their roommate in his underwear watching Hentai, or animated Japanese porn.  Shocked, they hurry downstairs where they have to explain their problem to the elderly receptionist.

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Elodie: It was in Japan, in Kyoto.

I stayed in a lot of hostels because it’s cheap, and you can meet a lot of people, like we are now. I went to Kyoto and had a long day of visiting shrines and everything. I was with a friend, we were very exhausted, so we went back to the hostel.  We discovered our roommates: we had one European roommate and one Japanese roommate. The Japanese roommate had Otaku style, do you know what that is? It’s the guy with a lot of anime and manga, overweight, little glasses, you see?

…and he was just in his panties? He was just wearing underwear and was on his bed. And we thought, “Ok, that’s weird. Why not?” My friend saw his screen, he was watching something on his computer.

He was watching Hentai.  This is porn. This is Japanese porn.

I didn’t see that. We had a bunk. My friend was up, I was down. At one moment, I heard he was masturbating. He was masturbating in the room…

Me: When you were both in there?
Elodie: Yes. The European was there too. So what did the European guy do? He just… left. He just left us, with the pervert. I was on facebook, and my friend was on facebook too, so we were chatting.

She said, “Ok, he’s masturbating right now…” And also he was farting.
“Ok, this guy’s masturbating, we have to go, we have to leave this place and tell reception.”

I don’t want to stay in this room, I don’t know what he is going to do during my sleep. I don’t want to be sexually assaulted. We went out of the room, like we were going to the bathroom, and that guy was still doing his little business.

We went out, nervously laughing for a half and hour, like “What just happened?”

So we laughed and said, “We have to do something.” We went back to reception, and we have to tell the story to a guy, an old guy, who was about fifty years old.

In the beginning, my friend said, “We are not very comfortable with the guy.”
And the guy asked, “OK, is it the Japanese guy?” We say yes.
“I’m going to do a report, but you have to tell me why you are not feeling comfortable.”

So I look at him, right in the eyes, and said, “He was masturbating? In front of us?”

His face totally changed. He’s Japanese you see, old, and with honor. He said, “Oh my god.”

It was midnight, it was very late. We’re going to change rooms. We took all of our luggage and everything and changed buildings to have another room. It was a lot of stress. But the new room was OK, because there were two girls…

Me: No one masturbating.
Elodie: No, no Japanese perverts inside!
Me: So when you went to get your things to change your room, was he still masturbating?
Elodie: No, he was still there, but he was sleeping.

I was in the new room, but my friend left the next day. I did a normal day of visiting, it was great. But when I came back to the room, I noticed boy’s stuff on the upper bed. I wasn’t feeling comfortable, still having the memory of this pervert. So I wasn’t comfortable again having a guy again in my room.

“Oh no, not a guy, I don’t want to have this experience again.”

So when the guy entered into the room, I was very cold with him. I didn’t want to speak with him. But he was very nice, he was from California. We began to talk, and he had some dinner in the ramen shop down the street, and we spend the day together, visiting. Finally, I met a good friend after this bad experience.

Me: It worked in the end.

 

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