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13th Aug '16 3:39:40 PM nombretomado
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* In ''VideoGame/YandereSimulator'' some female students may be doing this. If the game's VillainProtagonist discovers that a rival is one of these students, the information can be used towards eliminating said rival, either to ruin her reputation or as blackmail.
2nd Jun '16 1:47:16 PM nombretomado
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* Manga example: In ''Manga/{{Kobato}}'', the titular character is approached by a businessman wanting to be 'healed' When Fujimoto intervenes, he berates Kobato, believing her to be engaging in this practice -- she, being the NaiveEverygirl, doesn't know what he's talking about.

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* Manga example: In ''Manga/{{Kobato}}'', the titular character is approached by a businessman wanting to be 'healed' When Fujimoto intervenes, he berates Kobato, believing her to be engaging in this practice -- she, being the NaiveEverygirl, doesn't know what he's talking about.



* Speculation has it that Aerith from ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII'' [[YouShouldKnowThisAlready participated]] in this.
7th Apr '16 9:26:51 AM Willbyr
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* Anzu was suspected to be one of these in the original version of ''Manga/YuGiOh''. It turned out that it wasn't exactly what they were expecting to be.

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* Anzu was In the ''Manga/YuGiOh'' manga, Jonouchi and Yugi suspected Anzu of doing this to be one of these earn money; in the original version of ''Manga/YuGiOh''. It turned out that it wasn't exactly what they were expecting to be.truth, [[BurgerFool she was just working at a fast food place.]]
6th Jan '15 8:34:14 AM SeptimusHeap
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* Subverted in episode 2 of ''Manga/ServantXService''. Taishi was suspected of this, for managing to placate Touko with a hug and a few yen, before Saya clears up the issue by noticing that they have the same surname--they are, in fact, siblings.[[/folder]]

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* Subverted in episode 2 of ''Manga/ServantXService''. Taishi was suspected of this, for managing to placate Touko with a hug and a few yen, before Saya clears up the issue by noticing that they have the same surname--they are, in fact, siblings.[[/folder]]




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28th Dec '14 3:13:03 AM SeptimusHeap
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* ''GreatTeacherOnizuka'' had two episodes where Onizuka was persuaded to try ''enjo kosai,'' but was surprised by who shows up...
* ''SuperGALS'' had one of the main characters, Aya, introduced as a perfect student engaging in ''enjo kosai'' in order to escape a high-pressure home and academic life. At the end, Ran helps her see her own self-worth before she "goes too far".
* There was an episode of ''LightNovel/MariaSamaGaMiteru'' where one of the girls was suspected of engaging in ''enjo kosai''. [[spoiler:She was getting clothes and money from her father and brothers to spend time with them, because they missed her while she was living at an all girls school.]]
* In ''{{Mai-HiME}}'', Nao Yuuki seems a delinquent type is alluded to engage in this. Later we find out she uses it as a hook to ''mug'' men, who cannot report the crime for obvious reasons. [[spoiler: It's actually a sort-of revenge she takes on men, since a bunch of thugs killed her father and injured her mother.]]
* Takumi's girlfriend Natsuki in the original version of ''InitialD'' is engaged in ''enjo kosai'' from the start of the series. The English dub [[{{Bowdlerise}} alters the plot]] so that she is just spending time with her divorced father.
** By the second session, Natsuki has subverted this trope by quitting her relationship with "Papa" which was endangering her budding relationship with Takumi. She decides to get a job at a fast-food restaurant, mimicking the hard-working job she sees Takumi engaging in at the gas station, when she realizes people are looking down on her for her slightly-whorish behaviour.

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* ''GreatTeacherOnizuka'' Mako "Nakama" Nakarai, one of the girls in ''Manga/{{Bokurano}}'', engages in ''enjo kosai'' to get money for something she needs to accomplish before [[spoiler:she dies]]. However, [[spoiler: she is steered away from it, and learns a lesson about [[HookerWithAHeartOfGold her mother]]'s past in the experience]].
* In ''Chu-Bra'' Given Nayu's tendency to wear panties totally unlike most girls her age and her frequent conversations with an older man (actually her stepbrother), this is what she was accused of.
* ''Manga/GreatTeacherOnizuka''
had two episodes where Onizuka was persuaded to try ''enjo kosai,'' but was surprised by who shows up...
* ''SuperGALS'' had one of the main characters, Aya, introduced as a perfect student engaging in ''enjo kosai'' in order to escape a high-pressure home and academic life. At the end, Ran helps her see her own self-worth before she "goes too far".
* There was an episode of ''LightNovel/MariaSamaGaMiteru'' where one of the girls was suspected of engaging in ''enjo kosai''. [[spoiler:She was getting clothes and money from her father and brothers to spend time with them, because they missed her while she was living at an all girls school.]]
* In ''{{Mai-HiME}}'', Nao Yuuki seems a delinquent type is alluded to engage in this. Later we find out she uses it as a hook to ''mug'' men, who cannot report the crime for obvious reasons. [[spoiler: It's actually a sort-of revenge she takes on men, since a bunch of thugs killed her father and injured her mother.]]
* Takumi's girlfriend Natsuki in the original version of ''InitialD'' is engaged in ''enjo kosai'' from the start of the series. The English dub [[{{Bowdlerise}} alters the plot]] so that she is just spending time with her divorced father.
** By the second session, Natsuki has subverted this trope by quitting her relationship with "Papa" which was endangering her budding relationship with Takumi. She decides to get a job at a fast-food restaurant, mimicking the hard-working job she sees Takumi engaging in at the gas station, when she realizes people are looking down on her for her slightly-whorish behaviour.
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* Mako "Nakama" Nakarai, one of the girls in ''{{Bokurano}}'', engages in ''enjo kosai'' to get money for something she needs to accomplish before [[spoiler:she dies]]. However, [[spoiler: she is steered away from it, and learns a lesson about [[HookerWithAHeartOfGold her mother]]'s past in the experience]].
* The main character, "Sexy Voice", of ''SexyVoiceAndRobo'' was engaged in something like this at the beginning of the series
* ''PuniPuniPoemi'' very briefly showed a Gyaru on a subsi-date before violently showing her the error of her ways.
* Manga example: In ''{{Kobato}}'', the titular character is approached by a businessman wanting to be 'healed' When Fujimoto intervenes, he berates Kobato, believing her to be engaging in this practice -- she, being the NaiveEverygirl, doesn't know what he's talking about.
* Subverted in ''{{Karin}}'' - Kenta sees Karin in a park embracing an older man and assumes she is engaging in enjo kosai. However, because Karin is a vampire, she was actually biting his neck.

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* Mako "Nakama" Nakarai, one ''Manga/HellTeacherNube'': "[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Itako Itako-girl]]" Izuna Hazuki. Nube himself mistakes her for a ''kogal'' at first sight. Unusual in that, instead of indulging in compensated dating, she sells her services as an oracle and general spiritualist but she's not above taking risqué pictures of herself and selling them.
* ''Manga/InitialD'':
** Takumi's girlfriend Natsuki in
the girls in ''{{Bokurano}}'', engages original version is engaged in ''enjo kosai'' from the start of the series. The English dub [[{{Bowdlerise}} alters the plot]] so that she is just spending time with her divorced father.
** By the second session, Natsuki has subverted this trope by quitting her relationship with "Papa" which was endangering her budding relationship with Takumi. She decides
to get money a job at a fast-food restaurant, mimicking the hard-working job she sees Takumi engaging in at the gas station, when she realizes people are looking down on her for something her slightly-whorish behaviour.
* Subverted in ''Manga/{{Karin}}'' - Kenta sees Karin in a park embracing an older man and assumes
she needs to accomplish before [[spoiler:she dies]]. is engaging in enjo kosai. However, [[spoiler: because Karin is a vampire, she is steered away from it, and learns a lesson about [[HookerWithAHeartOfGold her mother]]'s past in the experience]].
* The main character, "Sexy Voice", of ''SexyVoiceAndRobo''
was engaged in something like this at the beginning of the series
* ''PuniPuniPoemi'' very briefly showed a Gyaru on a subsi-date before violently showing her the error of her ways.
actually biting his neck.
* Manga example: In ''{{Kobato}}'', ''Manga/{{Kobato}}'', the titular character is approached by a businessman wanting to be 'healed' When Fujimoto intervenes, he berates Kobato, believing her to be engaging in this practice -- she, being the NaiveEverygirl, doesn't know what he's talking about.
* Subverted In ''Anime/MaiHiME'', Nao Yuuki seems a delinquent type is alluded to engage in ''{{Karin}}'' - Kenta sees Karin in this. Later we find out she uses it as a park embracing an older man hook to ''mug'' men, who cannot report the crime for obvious reasons. [[spoiler: It's actually a sort-of revenge she takes on men, since a bunch of thugs killed her father and assumes she is injured her mother.]]
* There was an episode of ''LightNovel/MariaSamaGaMiteru'' where one of the girls was suspected of
engaging in enjo kosai. However, ''enjo kosai''. [[spoiler:She was getting clothes and money from her father and brothers to spend time with them, because Karin is a vampire, they missed her while she was actually biting his neck.living at an all girls school.]]
* ''Anime/PrincessNine'': When HugeSchoolgirl / {{Delinquent}} Seira Morimura is recruited for the baseball team, she mistakes the seedy-looking coach's offer of "recruitment" for ''enjo kosai''. When she relizes the truth she is half relived and half livid. "I thought I was.. Well nevermind what I thought I was coming here for!!"
* ''Anime/PuniPuniPoemi'' very briefly showed a Gyaru on a subsi-date before violently showing her the error of her ways.



* ''PrincessNine'': When HugeSchoolgirl / {{Delinquent}} Seira Morimura is recruited for the baseball team, she mistakes the seedy-looking coach's offer of "recruitment" for ''enjo kosai''. When she relizes the truth she is half relived and half livid. "I thought I was.. Well nevermind what I thought I was coming here for!!"
* ''HellTeacherNube'': "[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Itako Itako-girl]]" Izuna Hazuki. Nube himself mistakes her for a ''kogal'' at first sight. Unusual in that, instead of indulging in compensated dating, she sells her services as an oracle and general spiritualist but she's not above taking risqué pictures of herself and selling them.
* Anzu was suspected to be one of these in the original version of ''Manga/YuGiOh''. It turned out that it wasn't exactly what they were expecting to be.
* In ''{{Chu-Bra}}'' Given Nayu's tendency to wear panties totally unlike most girls her age and her frequent conversations with an older man (actually her stepbrother), this is what she was accused of.



* The main character, "Sexy Voice", of ''Manga/SexyVoiceAndRobo'' was engaged in something like this at the beginning of the series.
* ''Manga/SuperGALS'' had one of the main characters, Aya, introduced as a perfect student engaging in ''enjo kosai'' in order to escape a high-pressure home and academic life. At the end, Ran helps her see her own self-worth before she "goes too far".
* Anzu was suspected to be one of these in the original version of ''Manga/YuGiOh''. It turned out that it wasn't exactly what they were expecting to be.



* ''SamaritanGirl'' shows that the phenomenon isn't limited to Japan, and also exists in South Korea.
* The movie ''Bounce Kogals'', being about a group of kogal friends, also use this trope.
* In HideakiAnno's 1998 movie ''Love & Pop'', the main character, a 16-year-old high school girl named Hiromi, goes on subsidized dates in order to purchase a ring she adores.



* The movie ''Bounce Kogals'', being about a group of kogal friends, also use this trope.
* In HideakiAnno's 1998 movie ''Love & Pop'', the main character, a 16-year-old high school girl named Hiromi, goes on subsidized dates in order to purchase a ring she adores.
* ''Film/SamaritanGirl'' shows that the phenomenon isn't limited to Japan, and also exists in South Korea.



* Its not just in Japanese Anime anymore but also was a case in Taiwan Drama ''BrownSugarMacchiato''. The brothers in order to help the boy students overthrow the matriarchy in their class attempted to catch the AlphaBitch in a scandalous act which was related to this trope. Needless to say it sorta worked until she reveals it was her uncle who she was visiting.

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* Its not just in Japanese Anime anymore but also was a case in Taiwan Drama ''BrownSugarMacchiato''.''Series/BrownSugarMacchiato''. The brothers in order to help the boy students overthrow the matriarchy in their class attempted to catch the AlphaBitch in a scandalous act which was related to this trope. Needless to say it sorta worked until she reveals it was her uncle who she was visiting.



* Rare male example: In ''{{Gungrave}}'', [[ManipulativeBastard suave]], handsome Harry [=MacDowell=] is shown, as a teenager, taking money for dates from rich boarding-school girls.




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* Rare male example: In ''VideoGame/{{Gungrave}}'', [[ManipulativeBastard suave]], handsome Harry [=MacDowell=] is shown, as a teenager, taking money for dates from rich boarding-school girls.
28th Sep '14 6:01:10 AM Telcontar
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The male variant is ''mitsukano,'' often shortened to ''mitsu.'' Male hosts or Visual Kei/rock musicians and some JapaneseDelinquents are the main participants. They pimp themselves out (or are pimped out by their bands/labels/host clubs/management) to fangirls (or in the case of a gay or bi artist choosing to be out and open as such, to a more successful man or one of their fanboys). ''Technically'' not supposed to include sex, almost always does in reality.
28th Nov '13 2:01:32 PM Willbyr
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* There was an episode of ''{{Maria-sama Ga Miteru}}'' where one of the girls was suspected of engaging in ''enjo kosai''. [[spoiler:She was getting clothes and money from her father and brothers to spend time with them, because they missed her while she was living at an all girls school.]]

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* There was an episode of ''{{Maria-sama Ga Miteru}}'' ''LightNovel/MariaSamaGaMiteru'' where one of the girls was suspected of engaging in ''enjo kosai''. [[spoiler:She was getting clothes and money from her father and brothers to spend time with them, because they missed her while she was living at an all girls school.]]
30th Aug '13 11:30:09 AM Willbyr
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* Subverted in episode 2 of ''Manga/ServantXService''. Taishi was suspected of this, for managing to placate Touko with a hug and a few yen, before Saya clears up the issue by noticing that they have the same surname--they are, in fact, siblings.[[/folder]]
11th Jan '13 1:05:59 PM Willbyr
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* ''PrincessNine'': When HugeSchoolgirl / {{Delinquent}} Seira Morimura is recruited for the baseball team, she mistakes the seedy-looking coach's offer of "recruitment" for EnjoKosai. . When she relizes the truth she is half relived and half livid. "I thought I was.. Well nevermind what I thought I was coming here for!!"

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* ''PrincessNine'': When HugeSchoolgirl / {{Delinquent}} Seira Morimura is recruited for the baseball team, she mistakes the seedy-looking coach's offer of "recruitment" for EnjoKosai. .''enjo kosai''. When she relizes the truth she is half relived and half livid. "I thought I was.. Well nevermind what I thought I was coming here for!!"



* In Hideaki Anno's 1998 movie ''Love & Pop'', the main character, a 16-year-old high school girl named Hiromi, goes on subsidized dates in order to purchase a ring she adores.

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* In Hideaki Anno's HideakiAnno's 1998 movie ''Love & Pop'', the main character, a 16-year-old high school girl named Hiromi, goes on subsidized dates in order to purchase a ring she adores.



* ''Film/BreakfastAtTiffanys'': AudreyHepburn did it first. This was her occupation. Though how much was censorship and how much was GettingCrapPastTheRadar is left as an exercise for the reader.

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* ''Film/BreakfastAtTiffanys'': AudreyHepburn Creator/AudreyHepburn did it first. This was her occupation. Though how much was censorship and how much was GettingCrapPastTheRadar is left as an exercise for the reader.



* Speculation has it that Aerith from ''FinalFantasyVII'' [[YouShouldKnowThisAlready participated]] in this.

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* Speculation has it that Aerith from ''FinalFantasyVII'' ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII'' [[YouShouldKnowThisAlready participated]] in this.
12th Dec '12 8:22:20 PM Willbyr
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* ''BreakfastAtTiffanys'': AudreyHepburn did it first. This was her occupation. Though how much was censorship and how much was GettingCrapPastTheRadar is left as an exercise for the reader.


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* ''BreakfastAtTiffanys'': ''Film/BreakfastAtTiffanys'': AudreyHepburn did it first. This was her occupation. Though how much was censorship and how much was GettingCrapPastTheRadar is left as an exercise for the reader.

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* ''{{Megatokyo}}'': Junko from has been observed engaged in apparent ''enjo kosai,'' taking money from an older man after a dinner. However, since Fred Gallagher is American, this is given a rather neutral light.

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* ''{{Megatokyo}}'': ''Webcomic/{{Megatokyo}}'': Junko from has been observed engaged in apparent ''enjo kosai,'' taking money from an older man after a dinner. However, since Fred Gallagher is American, this is given a rather neutral light.


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