There’s far too much emphasis placed on the boys on this blog.
IKEMEN should get the ladies’ mouths watering.
It features lovingly indulgent pictures and profiles of Japanese male hotties (hence the website name).
The portal has actually been created by an stock photo service and features up-and-coming young actors selected by Cyuincore, who also run their own portal of ikemen working at bars and restaurants around Japan.
Cyuincore has its own online drama series, Cyundora, and the IKEMEN actors are also members of the cast.
Although everything remains pretty respectable — there’s no sexiness or nudity (aside from a few shirtless chests) — the actual aim of this site is commercial. You have to pay to download the image files, so don’t get too excited by the male beauty.
Even when it comes to harmless semi-porn online, us girls don’t get the same fair treatment as the men.
We all like to put pen to paper and sketch out a sexy cyborg or two.
But some of us are lucky enough to have that fantasy become three-dimensional reality!
You can buy one of the 100 models from July 24th to August 31st at Nanzuka gallery in Shibuya.
Produced in association with Medicom, who make the Be@rbrick series, the models will be 300mm (12″) tall.
This uber-fantasy gynoid item will set you back a cool ¥162,000 ($1,300) and you’ll have to wait until late October for delivery.
Sorayama is a bit of a legend on the gynoid fantasy circuit, so we imagine there will be plenty of folk willing to part with that sort of money.
For our money, the sexiest Japanese robot is Sonoya Mizuno in Ex Machina.
Featuring some lovely revealing shots of JAV porn star Iori Kogawa, we feasted our greedy eyes on the pages, taken from Weekly Playboy magazine. The article promises to reveal the “secrets” of Japanese idols, AV stars and amateurs! (The survey itself is with amateurs, though.)
It’s not so recent — dating back to 2013, though we doubt habits have changed that much.
100 women aged 16 to 29 were asked what they did with their hair downstairs.
36% trimmed or cut their bush 2-3 times a month. Only 20% dealt with hair at least once a week and 10% more scrupulous ladies did it 2-3 times.
23% were lazier, giving their hair attention only once every “few months”.
By far the most common method is using a razor (73%).
And to what extent do you shave and trim? What style do you go for? The V-line (triangular pubic hair shape, like the bikini line) was most common, at 56%, with those who attend to the full hat trick of V-line, I-line (along either side of the vulva, creating a slim and straight bush), and O-line (around the anus) ranking second with 23%.
Famously, Japanese girls are fastidious about their body hair, having their arms, stomachs and almost anywhere a follicle presents itself. Except, that is, their bush, which is generally much thicker and longer than an American or western European woman’s.
In fact, the hair is important in emphasizing that a woman is baring all.
Full-frontal nudity is known as a “hair nude”, since usually the groin is pixellated out somehow (in very old films they would place a black circle over the offending region). Seeing hair means you are getting the real deal, whereas in the west it’s the opposite approach: a woman goes paipan, fully shaved, to show off everything.
A wider survey in 2014 of 1,000 women aged 20 to 69 found the following:
53% of the women said their public hair was “dense”. 56.2% of the women answered “Do you groom down there?” with a “I do nothing”!
So if you like your ladies fully shaved down there, perhaps come prepared with a razor on the first date.
Like to use lube? Then you need to try lube sports!
The annual Lotion Athletic Competition was held in Tokyo on July 18th and July 19th.
Forget 2020. We already have the Lubricant Olympics in Tokyo (ironically, held in Shin-Kiba, the same port area where the actual Olympics will be held). This is an adult version of the undokai sports day events happening at the same time of year at schools.
Using two tons of lube and a very, very wet floor, the “sports” are simple and people remain clothes throughout (don’t get TOO carried away)
Created by leading Japanese lube maker Pepee (“lotion” in Japanese means “lubricant”), the incredible event seems teams of men wearing helmets do “sports” on large lubed-up mats.
“Who is the best lotion athlete?” This is the question they try to solve, with plenty of lube.
Witness “lotion curling”, “lotion beach flag”, “lotion sumo wrestling”, “lotion tug-of-war”, and more!
If you have fantasies about seeing lots of young bodies, male and female, dripping with lube, then
It’s been going for a few years. Now there’s even an official song.
If you fancy the lube but not the sports, there’s also a “Lotion Fes” (Lubricant Festival) happening at Shin-Kiba on August 15th, a sort of club event plus lube.
The next Lotion Athletic Competition happens in Osaka on July 25th-26th.
Photos via KAI-YOU
Following earlier police attention over uploading live porn, the web porn portal FC2 has been targeted again by the authorities.
Police have charged a 42-year-old male company employee living in Yamanashi Prefecture. His crime? Uploading adult videos by S1 and Moodyz to FC2.
This is the first such case in Japan of someone being charged (without arrest) for breaching copyright laws for adult materials in this way. In the past, people were first arrested on other charges, such as “assisting public indecency” or “displaying electronic recording media”.
The man used multiple accounts to upload videos to FC2 over a 11-month period in 2014. He admits the charges.
His uploads have been seen 27,510 times. Since FC2 charges ¥300 to access content, there could be a civil suit to recover the ¥8 million they made.
The charges are another example of how the police and the AV industry is trying to tackle illegal distribution of their content.
From July 2012 to May 2015, FC2 has featured 8,216 “new releases” alone, depriving the porn industry of those sales.
Police are investigating another 130 people around Japan who also made illegal uploads to FC2.
Hardly is the ink dry on one article about Akihabara schoolgirl osanpo walking dates, than along comes another western report about “human trafficking” in Japan.
Vice News has made Schoolgirls for Sale in Japan, a 17-minute “exposé” about JK schoolgirl prostitution at cafes and other venues in Tokyo.
The presenter travels to Japan to interview schoolgirl prostitutes and investigate “JK culture”.
Much of this is innocent enough, from fortune-telling to music idol groups.
But as a near scuffle with a minor gangster on the streets of Akihabara shows, with some of these services there is more going on under the surface.
There’s no facts or real research in the documentary, though it does have some nice footage and at least one decent interview with a former JK prostitute.
Of course, it got a big promotional push from Mail Online, no strangers to puritanical moralizing about such matters (all why indulging in the “sidebar of shame” filled with female celebrity bodies).
Jake Adelstein, never unwilling to plug his brand as “Japanese underworld man” (he even sits in seiza at one point — he’s gone native!), pops up as the “local expert”.
Japan’s obsession with cutesy culture has taken a dark turn, with schoolgirls now offering themselves for “walking dates” with adult men. Last year the US State Department, in its annual report on human trafficking, flagged so-called joshi-kosei osanpo dates (that’s Japanese for “high school walking”) as fronts for commercial sex run by sophisticated criminal networks.
In our exclusive investigation, VICE News host Simon Ostrovsky will bring you to one of Tokyo’s busiest neighborhoods, where girls solicit clients in their school uniforms, to a concert performed by a band of schoolgirls attended by adult men, and into a café, where teenage girls are available to hire by the hour. But the true revelations come behind closed doors, when schoolgirls involved in the rent-a-date industry reveal how they’ve been coerced into prostitution.
Here’s the video:
We’re gonna lay our cards on the table. We’re not fans of Vice because we think they are hypocrites.
They take very interesting and often controversial subjects, and make short sensational articles and videos out them.
Vice wants things both ways — they want to exploit and enjoy the “darker side” of society, while also passing moralistic judgments and pretend to be on a journalistic crusade.
Maybe the makers of this specific documentary are sincere but we find it hard to stomach when we think about Vice’s previous output.
Every few weeks an article does the rounds of the world media — typically a translated news wire piece or something rustled up by a foreign stringer according to overseas editors’ demands. The narrative is predictable. Japan is full of sexless youth; Japan is full of sexual fetishes. Japanese anime is child porn; Akihabara is a den of immorality and vice.
Of course, there are elements of truth in all of this but such nuanced, sympathetic approaches are not what gets traffic.
So you see articles like this on Deutsche Welle by Julian Ryall, saying that “Japan’s ‘maid cafes’ [are] a cover for the child sex industry”. Wow, that’s quite a bold statement to make about an entire and varied scene!
But make it they do.
The focus this time is on Akihabara and maid cafes offering illegal “walking dates” with possibly underaged girls, ending with a trip to a love hotel or somewhere else private.
Today, every couple of meters down both sides of the street are girls in their mid-to-late-teens handing out fliers and encouraging male passers-by to step into a nearby stairwell that will take them to a “cafe” on an upper level.
They wear schoolgirl uniforms with revealingly low skirts and their shirts are undone at the neck; others wear clothes similar to those worn by famous “manga” characters. More menacing are the young men who stand back and monitor what the girls are doing.
These men similarly work for the numerous cafes that dot the area, but they’re not interested in the front business of young women in costumes serving coffee and cake.
They are motivated by the far more lucrative income from the services that are not on the menu but can be quietly negotiated later. The shop encourages its girls to go on what is termed a “Joshi kosei (JK) osampo,” which literally translates as going for a walk with a high-school girl.
The price of a 30-minute stroll with a girl in uniform is around 5,000 yen (37 euros), of which her shop will take half. Other options include the girl hugging the customer, slapping him or laying next to him — although the shops say that no sexual acts are allowed.
Given the easy money available, the girls quickly learn to freelance and a customer can ask for the “ura op,” or secret menu.
The owners of the cafes are able to deny all knowledge and say they are merely offering a legitimate service, but Yumeno Nito, who used to work at a maid cafe, is adamant that they are responsible.
Yes, osanpo (not written with an “m” like in the article) but it’s not new. The hysteria about it has been floating around for some time now, leading to a police crackdown. Every few years there is a new social panic about something — in the past it was enjo kosai or “compensated dating”.
Goodness knows why Mr. Ryall wanted to write up a sensational piece like this now. We wonder what the hook was to make it timely.
As we walk through Akihabara, a … volunteer quietly points out a reflexology shop that is really a front for the JK business while nearby a video store stocks child pornography.
“My feeling is that child pornography is an extreme case and the majority of Japanese society is disgusted by it,” Makoto Watanabe, a lecturer in communications and media at Hokkaido Bunkyo University, told DW. “But it is available,” he admits.
“But I believe this whole JK business has been enhanced by the Japanese media,” he said. “Television programs constantly seek new, younger faces and even in the past 10 years or so there has been a clear decline into what could be described as soft porn on mainstream TV here.”
This takes the form of bands such as AKB48, which is made up of teenage girls who perform in a variety of revealing costumes and who frequently appear in advertisements in similarly skimpy outfits.
“That looks abnormal in the West, but it has become mainstream here and nobody even thinks about it any more,” Watanabe said.
So AKB48 are to blame and the media? Hmm… not a theory with much acceptance. There have been teenage idol groups for decades. None of this started overnight, as much as we despise Yasuhi Akimoto.
We’ve seen this posturing all before. Schoolgirl prostitution, real or faked (i.e girls sold as underage but not) will never die away, even if you bulldoze the whole of Akihabara or Kabukicho. So let’s not start pointing the finger at the entire maid cafe industry, please.
We don’t like young girls being exploited and forced into doing something they don’t want to do — but we also abhor the media tainting unrelated things with their own moralistic judgments.
Tags: Akihabara, Enjo kosai, Maid, Maid cafe, Schoolgirls
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University classrooms can be dull places and most of the time, our college teacher friends tell us, the students are fast asleep during lectures.
But not so at Doshisha University in Kyoto. At least, not at Room 402 in the Ryoshinkan Hall.
Because that’s where some students observed a female hottie having sex with a male peer.
Yes, right there in the large classroom — with her bag nearby, an umbrella hanging from the desk.
The young lovers thought they were alone but were unfortunately filmed as she, cute butt and panties on show, was engrossed in sucking her partner’s cock.
Now that’s what we call a classroom assignment.
The photo and original video has gone viral (it even has its own Twitter account) and some online detectives have even figured out the girl’s name (we’re going to be kind and withhold it from this blog). She’s apparently a third-year English major.
同志社大学今出川校の良心館402での出来事の写真の元となる動画です 拡散お願いします pic.twitter.com/waXAAOYVh6
— 402 (@sexinryousin) July 17, 2015
It’s possible the whole thing is a fake but if it’s not, then this young lady has certainly acquired an instant reputation on campus.
Still, come on — at the very least lock or block the door or, better still, head somewhere that offers real privacy. There are love hotels, you know, even in traditional Kyoto. We all get horny sometimes (in our case, much of the time), but you would have to be pretty slapdash not to consider the possibility of other people walking in on you in the act.
Perhaps this is a Doshisha thing? Remember, this was the Kyoto college where the now legendary 300-girls-and-counting playboy studied!
The Kinugawa Hihokan (sex museum) sadly closed in December last year, making Atami Hihokan apparently the last remaining old hihokan.
While there isn’t enough interest to keep these museums in business, there are still people who like the exhibits… so much so that they steal them.
It has been reported that up to seven mannequins have been stolen from the Kinugawa Hihokan premises in Tochigi.
The exhibits were made in the early 1980’s and are real collector’s items for their curiosity and artistic value, let alone any titillation they may also provide.
There’s not much else to report at this stage except that film director Kenji Murakami first shared the news on Twitter about the theft. Since then it has been buzzing but no word yet on the culprit or the exhibits’ recovery.
The stolen exhibits are apparently the ones in these pictures.
Let’s hope they get them back… and re open the museum!
Ayaka Noda is our lovely lady this week (all right, it’s been a few weeks since our last showcase but anyway…).
Ayaka has a real supermodel body — nice bust, curvy legs, hot face. Her sultry, I-wanna-fuck look is perfect for these sweaty summer days.
Born in 1988, Ayaka’s Gravure modeling career began in 2008.
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