The owners of a restaurant called "Men's Concept Cafe" in Kabukicho, Tokyo, have been arrested by the Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department for operating without permission from the Tokyo Metropolitan Government. He allegedly invited young women to the store around a place commonly known as "Toyoko," and he denied some of the charges in response to the investigation.

Two people were arrested, including Sho Oshikawa, 38, the owner of the restaurant "Slave" in Kabukicho, Shinjuku Ward, Tokyo.

According to the Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department, there is a suspicion of violating the Amusement Business Law for serving customers without obtaining a license from the Tokyo Metropolitan Government's entertainment business and forcing customers to eat and drink.

This shop was a "men's concept café" where male employees served customers, and employees invited young women to join the café around the so-called "Toyoko."

In response to the investigation, the management partially denied the charges, saying, "I thought that if I didn't sit next to the customer, it wouldn't be entertainment."

The Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department is calling attention to the Men's Concept Cafe and other venues, as parents and guardians of high school students are increasingly asking for trouble, such as their children getting into trouble.