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Enjo kōsai
also called Compensated dating and has 3 more synonyms

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  1. means "compensated dating" and is a practice which originated in Japan where older men give money and/or luxury gifts to attractive women for their companionship, and possibly sexual favors

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  2. While having its foundations in Japan, enjo-kōsai began to spread to other East Asian nations in the late 1990s via media

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  3. shortened form enkō

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  4. The female participants range from school-age girls to housewives

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  5. A common misconception is that enjo-kōsai always involves some form of sexual activity

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