The shocking reality of Japanese elementary school idols

In Japan, there are many idols that consist only of children under the age of 13.

Surprisingly, these idols target adult men. By the age of 13, these children will be “graduated” where they will be kicked out of the idol team.

The fan of girl idols range from men in their 20s and 30s to men in their 60s.

Children are paid and treated poorly and perform around the country. However, the size of their fan clubs are beyond imagination and more popular than most adult idols.

The picture shows the fan meeting of the idol group, which is an elementary school student (average age of 8 years old) in Japan.
Fans at the fan meeting can basically shake hands with idols, and the service will vary depending on the extra charge. (Skinship allowed)

Via : Pann

1. [+322, -5] There is a reason Japanese people want to make their debut in Korea ㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ Sakura is making soap here, but other motives are taking off their panties and jumping in Japan, so it is worth wanting to debut.

2. [+199 -2] How what they did to our grandmothers, the poor little bastards…

3. [+189 -1] Pedophilia disgusting

4. [+133, -3] Nako of IZ*ONE also had a swimsuit pictorial when she was a minor in Japan.

5. [+133 -0] Are those babies’ parents just making you do it? mind blown

6. [+78 -2] “What’s wrong with Japan?”

7. [+57, -0] I’m curious why the parents let them do this? I’m having a brain fart right now.

8. [+53, -0] ㅆㅂ Do you think this is a dignified thing in Japan??ㅋㅋ

9. [+30 -0] I hope you don’t come to Korea these days, but please punish pedophiles more severely.

10. [+30, -0] In Japan, women’s human rights are too low and famous idols are just sex toys, so K-pop levels have plummeted as they keep trying to debut in Korea.

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Sam Lee, a journalist with a passion for K-pop, brings fresh insights to the industry through engaging articles and analysis. With a background in journalism and a love for music, Sam's writing offers readers a glimpse into K-pop culture. When not writing, Sam enjoys staying up-to-date with new releases, attending concerts, and exploring Korean pop music.

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