Show-Up Omiya is a strip club which has served as a venue for SM shows since 1970. Notable SM performers have included Eikichi Osada, Hiromi Saotome and many others. Hosted "The SM" series from 2003-2005, which then continues as the "DX Kabukicho SM Event."
1-105 Saitama Omiya Miyacho
1970: Opens as "Omiya Bijin-za" on May 1st.[※ 1]
1978: Joji Kawakami joins as director.
1979: Owner announces "sex shows with audience participation."[※ 2]
1979: "Naomi Tani farewell performance" is held at Omiya DX Strip Club on November 21st.
1982: Club renamed Show-Up Omiya Strip Club on May 1st.[※ 3]
1984: Club director inaugurates komai dancer shows.[※ 4]
Show-Up Omiya Started as a tiny strip club with seating for 70 guests.
Changed its name from "Omiya Bijin-za" to "Omiya DX Strip Club" and "Show-Up Omiya."
The club became popular after Joji Kawakami became director and launched new projects.
- When police raids occur, strip club directors are investigated as the people in charge, since their role is to serve as a breakwater to protect the club owners.
- cobanobu blog
- Joji Kawakami. Goodbye Striphouse (Tankobon, 1988)
- @劇ジェロNOW (stripteasejunkies.web.fc2.com)
- From stripwiki.