Intimate apparel manufacturer releases newest volume of Lingerie White Paper.
Japanese intimate apparel company that brought us Sailor Moon panties turns its eyes to another icon of the anime world.
Did you know that a bra temple exists in Japan?
While they’re designed for breasts, those aren’t the only things they can hold.
The clever marketing gimmick lets readers undress a gorgeous Japanese woman with their hands as well as their eyes.
Which cat would you like to wear under your clothes today?
The popular lingerie retailer is daring its customers to bare their bras to the world this summer.
Nothing promotes confidence and excitement like magical angel cat intimate apparel.
You’ll never be bored in the bedroom with so many designs to choose from.
Now it’s time to bare your bear in the bedroom.
Unique intimate apparel is sure to have your bedroom partner purring with satisfaction.
Celebrating its first anniversary, feast, the lingerie brand designed by Gomi Hayakawa and known for targeting women with smaller chest sizes, has released a new lingerie collection, called “Glossy Ribbon Mermaid”.
It’s the four-piece cat lingerie set from online shop Felissimo. Each set comes with a cute pair of panties, a choker, a bra shaped like cat ears, and a fluffy detachable tail.
Not that we would know, considering we’ve never even seen a female breast in real life, let alone come close enough to a woman to have a conversation about it, but we hear that a lot of women are somewhat, let’s say, self-conscious about their breast size.
Modern standards of beauty being what they are, it’s common for women to show a little bit of breast cleavage to signal confidence and sexiness (but heaven forbid a man display a little bit of his God-given testicle cleavage, amirite guys?), but what if you’re one of the many ladies just a little too shy of material to work with? Sure, there’s the cartoon standard of stuffing watermelons into your shirt, but who’s got the time to hunt down two watermelons of the exact same size, anyway?
Luckily for small-chested ladies everywhere, Japanese beauty product manufacturer CosMedic has taken the guesswork and produce out of non-surgical breast augmentation with this deceptively simple air bra!
When you’re dealing with measurable data, it’s a good to look not at just the current conditions, but at historical trends as well. This is especially true for important scientific and sociological issues. Are pollution levels rising or falling? Has the number of people who live below the poverty line increased or decreased?
Are Japanese women’s breasts getting larger or smaller?
When we first laid eyes on the following photos, we thought they were part of some kind of elaborate joke, but our Japanese sister site Pouch has it on good authority that one online retailer is now selling bras, panties and even silky nightgowns that, despite looking exactly like something you’d find in a lady’s bedroom drawer, are actually intended for men.
Many of us have heard legends about Japanese vending machines. It’s said that you can get practically anything, not just pop and candy bars, from some of these mechanical beauties. Sadly, much as I hate to be the bearer of bad news, most vending machines in Japan only serve your typical fare of soda, water bottles, tea, and corn soup. I was personally quite disheartened on my first trip overseas when I was unable to find a single novelty vending machine during my entire visit. However, this upcoming fall season, a popular bra company in Japan is inviting women to buy their brand new bra directly from a vending machine.
Judging from the huge amount of attention the annual Victoria’s Secret fashion show receives internationally, we all seem to be endlessly fascinated by beautiful lingerie (and the lovely ladies who model them, of course). Well, these unique bras certainly catch the eye, don’t you think? They’re in the shape of fishbowls – with little goldfish swimming in them! Read More
Surely many ladies out there have, at one time or another, found themselves hesitating to wear their favorite blouse or low cut top outside for fear of exposing a little too much cleavage.
Japanese mail order fashion magazine Belle Maison is offering a fashionable and convenient solution to this problem with their “Chest Line Cover,” a piece of fabric that attaches to your bra to cover your chest and give the appearance of wearing a camisole.
The App Store, which is famous for prohibiting applications of a sexual nature, doesn’t have any porn, but now they’ve at least got an app that will be amusing for you dirty-minded guys. With Putti!, you can practice unhooking a brassiere on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch and if you succeed, you’ll be rewarded with a “marvel of unsurpassed glory”! But first you’ve got to beat that little hook.