Hey Sega, Put This Lady In Your Games

Hey Sega, Put This Lady In Your Games

Every year, Sega holds a cattle call to select a handful of women to appear in its latest Yakuza game. This year, there’s a porn star in the running — not a Sega first. The women typically play hostesses players can chat up in night clubs. But, Sega, why not pick the number one hostess for your next game? The number one hostess in all of Japan.

The “KyabaRaku Award” event was held earlier this month in Tokyo and selected the “number one” hostess in Japan. The winner, 23 year-old Rin Aoi, was selected from 300 hostesses who applied from across Japan. Aoi was selected based on her inner and outer beauty. Her prize earned her a trophy and a check for over US$10,000.

So, Sega, what do you say? Here’s the number one hostess in all of Japan, and she’s not in your game!

究極の”胸盛りテク”を伝授、全国300名超から選ばれたNo.1キャバ嬢 モデルプレスインタビュー [Model Press]


  • Yes, let’s encourage the vapid tradition of paying women to pour drinks and dote on balding old men who should be at home with their wives and children.

  • Oh wow, she is really pretty but it’s a shame she seems to have westernized her looks quite a bit. But whatever makes you the yen, I guess.

    • Let’s see her without the makeup before we go throwing around terms like pretty. If online articles have taught me anything it’s that Asian chicks + makeup = insane levels of deception.

        • I never said it applied to ONLY Asian chicks but that Asian chicks are the most deceptive. Do a google image search for “asian makeup before and after”. You’ll see hundreds of photos of girls using the same camera and lighting for comparison and it is a HUGE difference. Do the same search without using the term “asian” and the results are far less dramatic save for those paparazzi shots comparing pro photoshoots to random sunday morning snaps of stars.

      • Yeah dude, it’s not just asian women. Guys bitch about make-up but if you saw us without it you’d run away screaming. Even Olivia Wilde would look horrific. Blame society’s unrealistic standards and all that.

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