If Japan joins the tariff-eliminating Trans-Pacific-Partnership (TPP), some Japanese feel the country’s entertainment industry for adults could succeed in foreign markets.
Weekly Japanese tabloid Shukan Asahi Geino feels that productions from Japan and the U.S. will compete much like agricultural products and cars.
Author Takashi Kadokura feels that Japan has an advantage over the Americans in the video market. Kadokura feels that under the TPP, Japan will be exporting more videos than it imports.
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Kadokura feels that U.S., with their boring plot lines, will be at a disadvantage in Japan because Japanese videos focus on various story lines. U.S. videos would also have to add in mosaic to cover genitalia in order to be released in Japan.
On the flip side, the US could request to have the mosaic removed from Japanese films for the American market. Only one problem: Americans are anti-bush.
Kadokura also thinks that Japanese videos and their baby-faced actresses will be a hit in the U.S. However, U.S. child laws may prevent some Japanese videos from being sold because actresses appear to be under 18 years of age.
Maybe Americans just aren’t ready for some Japanese videos. But honestly, when it comes to skin flicks, whether or not Japan enters the TPP is irrelevant because, who the hell pays for stuff anymore?
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