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Japan has finally enforced a ban on the possession of child sex abuse images after years of pressure.The law, passed by the Japanese Diet last year, means anyone caught with child sex abuse images will face a prison term of up to one year or a fine of up to 1 million yen (£5,170). Mock up poster, Christmas tree and light star decoration, 3d render, 3d illustration Date : November 04, 2017 PM Please contact your licensing representative for more on release information. Date : October 22, 2017 PM Please contact your licensing representative for more on release information. Medicine, education, business, marketing, startup, maps. Date : October 27, 2017 AM Please contact your licensing representative for more on release information.Although production and distribution has been illegal since 1999, up until now, Japan was the only country within the 34 member OECD that permitted possession of these images, according to the Telegraph.According to the National Police Agency, crimes relating to child abuse images have shot up in the past decade with at least 600 children a year falling victim to paedophile directors and photographers.Yet they offer a glimpse into the decadence of 1970s and 80s The voyeuristic reveries sprung up during a period of strong economic growth, however according to local reports, many residents would feel ashamed to live near them.But the museums aimed to educate school visitors about contraception, pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases while interactive exhibitions included pregnancy suits, gynecology chairs, death robes and coffins visitors could lie inside The House of Hidden Treasures, near an onsen village in the Yamaguchi Prefecture in the south of Japan, closed in 1997.
The museums were made up of eclectic collections of taxidermy, educational information and guidance, mannequins, interactive mini games, cinemas and nude shows to entertain visitors With little to do in the tiny spa towns after sundown except get drunk and sing karaoke, the museums would provide a refuge for those looking for some light - if slightly unusual - entertainment.In a government survey in 2002, 10 per cent of Japanese men admitted owning images of children.