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This began with the arrival of Portuguese ships to Japan in the 1540's, when the local Japanese people assumed that the Portuguese were from Tenjiku (天竺, "Heavenly Abode"), the ancient Chinese name, thus later Japanese name, for the Indian subcontinent (due to its importance as the birthplace of Buddhism) and that Christianity was a new "Indian faith." These mistaken assumptions were due to the Indian state of Goa being a central base for the Portuguese East India Company and due to a significant portion of the crew on Portuguese ships being Indian Christians.Portuguese visitors and their South Asian and African crew members often engaged in slavery in Japan.Several bills were introduced in the Diet to add further legal penalties for soliciting prostitutes but were not passed due to disputes over the appropriate extent of punishment.

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The Anti-Prostitution Law criminalized the act of committing sexual intercourse in exchange for actual or promised compensation.

This eliminated the "red line" and "blue line" systems and allowed a number of paid sexual services to continue under "sexual entertainment" regulations, e.g., "soaplands" and "fashion health" parlors.In other areas, so-called "blue line" establishments offered sexual services under the guise of being restaurants, bars or other less strictly-regulated establishments.In Tokyo, the best-known "red line" districts were Yoshiwara and Shinjuku 2-chome, while the best-known "blue line" district was Kabuki-cho. 9 punished persons for enticing women to act as prostitutes, but prostitution itself remained legal.In 1900, the Japanese Government promulgated Ordinance No.44, Shōgi torishimari kisoku(娼妓取締規則), restricting the labor conditions of prostitution.The police forces mobilized both licensed and unlicensed prostitutes to serve in these camps.

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