Juliana's, also known as Juliana's Tokyo (ジュリアナ東京), was a Japanese discothèque in that operated in Shibaura, Minato, Tokyo in the early 1990s. It was famous for its dance platforms, on which office ladies dressed in "bodycon" (abbr. (wasei-eigo): "body conscious" (ボディコン bodikon?, "sexually flattering clothing")) clubwear would congregate, as amateur go-go dancers (professionals were also employed). The club was produced by Masahiro Origuchi for the British leisure services group Wembley PLC, and Nissho Iwai Corporation, the Japanese general trading company (now part of Sojitz).
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