She might have been losing some ground with the public of late if those Senbatsu Election results are anything to go by, but you’d be a fool to count the achingly cute Tomomi Itano out just yet, especially when she’s capable of producing material as pleasing to the eyes and ears as her new single ‘Fui ni’, released this week.
The song, available in Japanese retail outlets from the 13th, is the second physical single release from the 8th-placed AKB48 starlet, following last year’s quite well-received ‘Dear J’.
Cleverly (or should that be cynically?) coupling a pounding, dancefloor-infecting chorus with reflective balladic verses, it’s sure to appeal to AKB’s followers and teeny-boppers across Japan and the globe alike.
The other key demographic, comprising those of us who prefer AKB members to be seen rather than heard, will undoubtely be equally pleased by the classy-but-sexy music video, which showcases the lovely Tomomi in a variety of appealing outfits.
Underage fans of overlarge idol groups rejoice – the long-standing ban on under-18s attending SDN48′s theatre performances has been lifted at last, granting you access to the AKB girls’ older, edgier counterparts in (almost) all their raunchy glory.
SDN, the brainchild of AKB48 producer Yasushi Akimoto, was conceived as an “adult idol” group, differentiated from AKB through sexier attire and their focus as a “Saturday Night”-style act (hence the name) aimed at a more mature audience. Having made their major label debut on Universal Music in November of last year with the single ‘Gagaga’, the group have enjoyed widespread popularity from Day One, with both that first single and its follow-up performing well and their stage show Yuuwaku no Garter consistently selling-out, something that can only continue in the wake of this newest development. While these shows were previously limited to over 18s, from June 16th shows before 7PM will be available to fans below that age. The earlier shows will now feature somewhat toned-down content, with choreography altered and some songs having their lyrics censored.
With tickets to the early shows being offered at a price of 2000 yen, instead of the usual 3000, SDN48 are sure to celebrate as fruitful an end to their first year as full-fledged stars of the idol scene as its beginning, with fans old and new flocking to the theatre. Naturally, though, if you’re over 18 there’s no choice to be made in the matter – I recommend the late showings every time. These saucy ladies could teach those whippersnappers in AKB a thing or three about how to sex up a performance.
The battle of the Asian girl groups has reached a new level.
The relatively newly formed SDN48, who are considered to be the bit older and sexier counterpart to AKB48, have recently armed themselves against sexy K-Pop group KARA.
According to Zakzak in Japan, SDN48 has employed a Korean song writer and added “Korean-esque” lyrics to their songs to battle the threat that is the K-Pop boom in Japan at the moment. Lyrics aside, the sexiness levels of both SDN48 and KARA is quite high, but as far as the Japanese public is concerned, KARA and their sexy hip dance is winning.
Can SDN48 move out to the front of the girl group war with their gibberish song “Gagaga”? Will KARA continue to dominate with their young round behinds? Do any of us care so long as there are loads of barely legal sexy Asian girls dancing around in costumes that we could only dream about?
The Nihon Shukan, a weekly magazine in Japan, and Yahoo News have just released a report saying that 1 out of 500 women in Japan have at one time or another appeared in porn.
After getting a hold of this information, Korean news sources took to the internet declaring that Japan is the only country in the world worthy of being called a “Porn Paradise” where college students to grandmothers regularly appear in porn. The Korean news then went on to assume that if you asked 100 women in Japan to sleep with you, you’d easily find one who would do so at the drop of a hat. I’m pretty sure if you’d ask 100 women anywhere in the world, you would find someone to sleep with you, but that’s just this guy’s opinion.
The study goes on to give some interesting numbers about the Japanese porn industry stating that over 100,000 women in Japan have taken part in some sort of porn, which roughly equals 1 in every 500 women. Another number of interest is that 9% of these women were NOT professionals but simply amateurs who appeared willingly and no longer have anything to do with porn.
It’s not that surprising seeing as the Japanese Porn industry turns out more than 10,000 videos every year, and that is just in DVD sales alone. This doesn’t take into consideration all the wonderful places on the Internet such as Interracial Japan. So in the end, what does this all mean? For prude countries like Korea, it’s a shame to have such a hedonistic country as one of their closest neighbors. For people who love sex, like me, it really is paradise. I think I’m going to go ask 100 women a question now.
There has been a lot of talk about the pop idol rivalry between Korea and Japan as of late, but this is not a recent rivalry. The two countries have been in competition with each other for generations. This time we’d like to have a look at the most important of those rivalries, which country’s ladies are hotter?
The idea for this post came to me while I was in Seoul this last weekend watching all the lovely Korean ladies and their legs strolling by. Now that I have been to both countries, been with women from both countries (that’s actually true!) and watch lots of Asian porn, I am the perfect person to finally answer this question.
One of the most visible parts of the rivalry is the current Japan v. Korea pop idol competition that is currently taking place right here on Japanese soil. While AKB48 has the appeal of a huge cast of ladies and the cuteness factor, this victory would have to go to the much more talented and much sexier Girls Generation. Quality over quantity. Korea 1 – Japan 0
For those of us who watch enough porn to rate it subjectively (what, just me?) the huge bush in Asian porn is usually a bit of a shocker for many westerners. The real question is whether that is true in real life or not. The answer ladies and gentlemen is yes. As far as I can tell it’s not just a Japanese thing or a Korean thing for those of you not lucky enough to have experience with both. I have asked multiple Japanese ladies and they say that they don’t want their parts to be seen by anyone whether it be a doctor or their lover. No points will (or should) be awarded in this round.
The part of this little competition that I hold nearest and dearest to my heart is the everyday ladies on the street. Having just returned from major cities in both countries, namely Osaka and Seoul, I’m pretty sure I got a very good sample from each. I also think this is the most important part of the competition due to the fact that it’s these ladies that we see on a daily basis, talk to and ultimately try to sleep with. Without going into too much detail, Korean ladies are nice to look at but don’t nearly put the effort into everyday flaunting as Japanese ladies do.
One thing that I realized the most in Korea was the lack of flashy clothes and the number of young women (the majority) who were wearing sneakers. This isn’t necessarily a bad thing but they were just a lot more laid back. As soon as I got to Osaka, the difference was clear cut and leaning heavily in Japan’s favor. There is an air about Japanese women on the street that the Korean girls just didn’t seem to have where I was. This round goes to Japan in every way. Korea 1 – Japan 1
At this point, we’ve come to a standstill at 1 – 1. I guess I’m going to have to investigate this more in depth and keep the competition up to date as new things come to light. That’s going to be extremely hard considering two of my main interests are Asian girls and sex.
[Gyaru Pic via Yonasu]
This erection has nothing to do with English pronunciation difficulties. Daisuke Shima, celebrated actor and the star of the upcoming series 『ママはニューハーフ」(“Mom is a Transvestite”), welcomed in the tenth anniversary of Viagra’s Japanese debut by launching its “Hardness is a Man’s Honorable Decoration (硬さは男の勲章)” campaign.
ED is becoming a big problem in Japan, with 1 in 5 men reporting only grapefruit-level hardness on Pfizier’s highly scientific scale of konjak (jelly) to ripe, red apple. To men who just can’t get it up, Viagra is a godsend, but even those without ED are beginning to try the drug. Mr. Shima reports, “Some men say that if you normally have wood, Viagra turns it metal!”
Why might a penis as hard as a grapefruit be cause for concern, when it’s listed on the scale as “plenty sufficient for penetration”? Interestingly enough, while most agree with the western stereotype that Asian men tend to be on the small side, the Japanese hold the fierce belief that they are much harder than Americans. Getting it up isn’t just a matter of being able to get off or not, it’s a point of national pride.
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