magazines

Kanagawa man’s body found one month after death in a six-ton pile of erotic magazines

Body discovered several days after man passed away.

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Japanese female pro wrestler uses “deadly weapon” to subdue opponent: a thick marriage magazine

Forget chairs or ladders, hit them with what really hurts!

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Collection of Osamu Tezuka’s erotic animal manga sketches published for first time, available now

Creator of Astro Boy also had a knack for drawing sexy mouse ladies.

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Sadako is nowhere to be seen as Kayako models for Japanese fashion magazine

With a four-page spread featuring the ghost from the Ju-on horror movie franchise, it’s safe to say the magazine is now officially haunted.

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This is why no one should actually be “reading” their pornography mags.

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Japanese publisher groups protest “agreement” to cover up adult magazines in convenience stores

Organizations don’t want bare-all periodicals to have to hide under obscuring plastic covers.

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Japanese fashion magazine bundles cute Sailor Moon freebies with new issue

You won’t want to miss your chance to pick up the most recent issue of ViVi for this cute Sailor Moon pouch and mirror set!

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Japan Self-Defense Force’s official magazine causes a stir for featuring gravure idols

For the past couple of years, Japan’s Self-Defense Forces have been put under the spotlight as politicians debate approving a re-interpretation of the country’s constitution, allowing the JSDF more freedom to take action should the need arise. The motion eventually passed last month, followed by a spectacle of chaos and outrage that became worldwide news.

But lately people have started talking about something else surprising: an official Self-Defense Force magazine catering to military enthusiasts and featuring gravure model spreads.
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Free magazine shows us Japanese grandpas and grannies who are rocking this age thing

Walk into any supermarket or inexpensive restaurant in Japan, and you’re sure to notice the racks of free, pennysaver-like magazines for visitors to take. They really come in handy when you’re looking for new employment opportunities, new and used vehicles, or you’d like a coupon to try out a new restaurant or salon.

But this time, one free magazine in Nagano Prefecture is shaking things up by offering a stylish look into the lives of some of the older residents around the area. If you’ve ever seen those Japanese grannies rocking purple hairdos, you’ll know right away what a brilliant idea they’ve struck upon, and they’ve even put up some promotional videos on YouTube to prove it!

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