A couple of months ago, a pair in their 30s were visiting friends in Japan.
They had been in Tokyo for the past year, where they had met for a weekend, and were going to spend the next several months there.
“We had talked about it,” says the woman, who requested that her last name not be used.
“But we decided to wait for her to move on.”
The woman was a porn performer and a freelance model, and she’d been shooting for the company for a couple of years.
She was looking forward to taking her camera to a sex scene, which she and her friend thought was going to be “the best one ever.”
The couple, who had been talking about this for a while, went to see the sex scene that night, and it was awesome.
The women shared a hug afterward, and after chatting with each other a bit, they decided to take a break.
“I don’t know why I did that,” she says.
“When you have a chance, do it.”
The next day, she met up with her friend and she took the camera out for a walk.
The two decided to go to a cafe, where the two women were having lunch.
She walked into the cafe, sat down, and watched porn.
The video on the phone was of a couple having sex.
She noticed the camera’s zoom level was off, and that it was taking too long to load the porn.
She asked the couple for help.
“They didn’t know how to fix it,” she said.
“It was really bad.”
She decided to check the camera herself, and realized that it had been set to take two shots.
“You can see that I had a hard time seeing it,” the woman says.
She didn’t immediately go to police or the porn industry.
Instead, she went to the porn site that had taken her and her friends’ images and asked the woman to remove the porn from her phone.
She said no.
“There was a very, very strong reaction,” she tells Ars Technic.
“The reaction was very bad.”
The porn business is booming in Japan, where a lot of young people, many of whom were born after the internet came into being, are taking porn as a way to escape a more traditional world.
In Japan, sex has become part of everyday life, and porn is one of the few mediums that people can access without paying for it.
In 2013, the country banned adult entertainment in public places like shopping malls and movie theaters, and the country’s police have made it a criminal offense to film, record, or sell porn in public.
The problem, however, is that many people in Japan don’t have access to high-quality video cameras that can take full-resolution photos or have a tripod that can hold multiple lenses.
In the last couple of decades, Japan’s porn industry has grown exponentially.
In 2003, Japan was home to only 1.8 million porn consumers.
By 2013, that number had grown to 6.3 million.
In 2016, the number of adult sites had risen to more than 15 million, up from just over 3 million in 2015.
The number of porn performers has also grown dramatically.
In 2015, Japan had the largest adult film industry in the world, accounting for nearly $1 billion in revenue.
Today, it employs more than 6,000 people.
And in 2016, Japan ranked first in the country for adult movie websites, according to Pornhub.
The porn industry’s explosive growth has come at a cost to Japan’s tourism industry, which has suffered from a drop in international tourists and a drop-off in foreign visitors.
“People don’t want to come to Japan, they don’t see Japan as a safe place,” says Haruko Ueda, a spokeswoman for the tourism ministry.
“That’s why the country is facing a lot more trouble than it was before.”
Pornography has also taken a toll on Japanese culture.
“Japanese people are very attached to their culture and heritage,” Ueda says.
When it comes to pornography, it’s hard to think of any other cultural phenomenon as having a profound effect on people’s daily lives, says Yoshihide Takaishi, a professor at Tokyo University.
“For example, a person who has a tattoo might feel different about having a penis because it’s different from having a tattoo.
It’s a big difference.”
In 2015 alone, nearly 8,000 men and women died in Japan due to AIDS-related causes, according the National Institute for Health and Welfare.
The impact of porn is also felt around the world.
“This is just the tip of the iceberg,” says Ueda.
The U.S. has had its own problems with porn production, but it’s not the only country experiencing a problem.
In 2010, the European Union’s data protection commissioner proposed that all porn sites and adult sites be blocked in the EU, citing concerns that it could lead to a rise in cyber