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The decision to host the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo has been met with much excitement from the majority of Japan. The news spread quickly between citizens of the island nation, and Japan’s Stock Exchange flourished in the wake of the announcement. However, the underbelly of Japan’s urban life might not be so happy with the news. In the days leading up to international events such as these, law makers and enforcement officials have a tendency to crack down on some of the morally ambiguous crimes that they would normally turn a blind eye towards. For example, around the time of the 2002 FIFA World Cup hosted in Japan and Korea, metropolitan areas saw some high-level crackdown on brothels and other sex-selling establishments.

If we anticipate the same sort of rally to clean up the streets in the years leading up to 2020, then modern red-light districts, like Yoshiwara and Kabukicho in Shinjuku, had better buckle down for some legal disruption. These regions, often referred to as “soap streets” are presumably on the brink of a massive clean-up. And yet, it appears that the famous electronics district and otaku haven, Akihabara, may be the first to suffer a heavy blow in spite the decidedly 2-D nature of its choice adult entertainment. Read More

Well, it’s been a heck of a week for porn in Japan. Though no one has lost any money (at least not yet), this story might end with someone losing their job.

On Wednesday, a group of first year middle school students in Mannou, Kagawa Prefecture were inadvertently exposed to a “lewd” video. At school! And, no, this wasn’t someone “accidentally” clicking the wrong Google search result.

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Scams, called “sagi” in Japanese, are often aimed at older people, taking advantage of their kindness or ignorance of modern trends. The most common sagi is the ore ore sagi, where young men call older people and pretend to be a member of their family, quickly saying “It’s me, it’s me, I’m in trouble,” and asking for immediate financial help. As these scams have become more common, the government has done a better job of warning people, with posters and bank staff frequently warning customers to be sure that they have their facts straight before making any large money transfers from their account.

Unfortunately, one older man in Tochigi Prefecture has found himself the victim of an altogether more insidious sagi.

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Despite being just 25 years old, Japanese adult video (AV) star Tsubomi has churned out as many as 1,500 videos. Known in the industry as the “Loli (Lolita) Queen”, this young model has gradually grown in fame to become one of the most recognized faces in the industry and is known both at home and abroad.

As we’ve seen before, careers in the Japanese adult movie industry are far from the glamorous, get-rich-quick schemes that many fall into to the trap of believing them to be. Especially in the case of young women, thousands of new faces come and go each year, with few sticking around to become famous or in any way successful. Industry veteran Tsubomi, however, seems to be taking her work extremely seriously, throwing herself into a strict training routine that involves strengthening her thighs, stomach, buttocks and whichever other parts have to be strong to perform for hours on screen.

Who knew being an AV star could be so much work?

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As Humbert Humbert would say, “It was love at first sight, at last sight…” And this may be the last sight you will ever have of these eerily realistic lolita dolls…

Top Japanese love doll brand Orient Industries, pioneers and legendary makers of some of the most realistic and beautiful sex dolls you’ve ever laid eyes on, suddenly announced the mysterious demise of their “Lala” lolita doll range, due to “various factors”. Hmmm. From April 1 onwards, no more of these dolls will be created, and when they run out of inventory, it’s goodbye Lala! Warning, there are some naked doll pictures below which may not be suitable for work.

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At the trial of Li Wan Hao, a web designer living in Hong Kong, the court was shocked at the extent of porn saved on his hard drive. Unfortunately for Li somewhere in that sea of explicit content were a few drops of “illegal material.”

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PornMD, part of the PornHub.com network that our male readers will pretend they haven’t heard of, has released region-specific data regarding “The top 10 most commonly searched terms on porn sites over a six month period.” Despite being the home to tentacle porn and a whole genre devoted solely to the, erm, “finale,” Japan’s top searches are incredibly tame.

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We’ve talked a lot about the Japanese adult video industry here at RocketNews24. As one of the world’s most lucrative adult industries, thousands of women pick up the latex gauntlet every single year in the hope of finding a life of glamour and fame, only for most to vanish into obscurity within their first 12 months in the business or discover that life on the other side of the lens is not quite what it seemed. But with more than 15 years and 1,000 adult movies under her garter belt, Tokyo-born porn star Yumi Kazama’s feisty antics are still somehow managing to set pulses racing across the country.

In an interview with Nikkan Spa! in order to promote her saucy new photo collection, the 33-year-old actress discusses how she first made it into the industry, the type of work she does and how she unintentionally became one of Japan’s most loved mature hotties.

The interview and NSFW images after the break.

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We’ve covered some weird porn trends on this site before, some recent examples including mud porn and the even more bizarre head shaving fetish DVD, but however strange the kink, you can usually see what dynamic is being eroticized and understand why some people find it exciting, even if it doesn’t personally turn your crank. But this most recent discovery is completely beyond me, although it does prove the validity of Rule 34 once again. Ladies and gentlemen, I give you bread stomping. Read More

Do you ever see “faces” in the front of cars; the headlights being the “eyes” and the side mirrors being the “ears”?

The following collection of images, put together by the adolescent minds of Japan’s largest internet message board, 2channel, are kinda like that, but instead of “faces” its “genitals”, and instead of cars it’s “everything”.

Take a look below!

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There are two types of people in this world: those who lick the yogurt off the lid, and those who don’t.

Most of us probably fall in the former camp; after all, that’s good yogurt. But two Japanese Twitter users have come up with the idea or a cup of yogurt that even the most adamant lid-lickers would be hesitant to lap up at.

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Take a look around your room right now.  If you were to drop dead this instant would you be okay with having family members go through all of your stuff?

A lot of people have skeletons in their closet or on their hard drives that may be best left hidden even after death. It’s bad enough to have your friends and family mourn your passing but do they need the stress of learning you were into Japanese mud porn too?

So for the terminally ill, elderly, people wanting to maintain their double lives in perpetuity, and people living under constant fear of death, making arrangements with an experienced and independent 3rd party to come in and clean your space might be the way to go.

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Despite the abundance of adult-oriented magazines, video and entertainment made available to those of us in Japan and the western world, it wasn’t until the end of 2012 that South-East Asian country Myanmar had an adult-only magazine of its own.

Prior to 2012, Myanmar’s magazines, books and newspapers were all bound by strict publishing laws and were often edited prior to their release by the ultra-conservative government. But thanks to changes to the law and the decision to remove the strict media sanctions, Myanmar’s publishing industry is witenessing a something of a rebirth, with the first private newspapers in more than 20 years due to go on sale later this year.

One of the first magazines to take advantage of this new, more relaxed set of laws was Hnyo – Myanmar’s first ever legally-published adult magazine. Although its content is unlikely to shock western audiences and those of us who grew up with lockable doors and access to the Internet, the magazine has caused quite a stir in its homeland, presenting erotic images and offering tips and techniques for a healthy sex life while providing information to help “boost people’s awareness of sex and sexual diseases.” Read More

In post-WWII Japan, American-style striptease clubs became a thriving part of the sex entertainment industry, but now they are facing a crisis. During the years of rapid economic growth mid-century, more than 200 of this particular type of strip revue club could be found in the metropolises and hot spring resorts of Japan, but with the end of the bubble era, the number began to fall and has kept on falling. Today, only about 20 remain. The decline is partly due to the easy availability of idol videos and internet porn, but there are also causes within the industry itself, as one reporter found out. Are Japan’s strip clubs doomed? Read More

Today marked the first day of Comic Market 83, Japan’s largest comic convention held twice annually at the Tokyo Big Sight exhibition center.

As is the case every year, thousands of Japanese nerds rushed (very orderly) into the convention hall early in the morning with cash in hand and left in the evening with bags laden with spoils.

And, as is the case every year, some of the bags are really, really embarrassing.

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Uta Kohaku is 20-year-old Japanese adult video (AV) actress who is known for looking strikingly similar to Atsuko Maeda, a wildly popular singer and former member of all-female idol group AKB48.

Like many other Japanese AV actresses, Uta regularly uses Twitter to connect with her fans, replying to their tweets directly or sharing sneak-peek snapshots of herself behind the scenes. One of her most recent tweets, however, has caught the attention of fans and non-fans alike for linking to an image that can only be described as “WTF Japan”.

The image is of the young porn star smiling innocently while holding up the peace sign and wearing a pink bathrobe, sitting among over 100 clear plastic bottles of semen.

We’ve seen enough Japanese porn to know where this is going…

Warning: The remainder of this post contains images of semen-filled plastic bottles. If that grosses you out, we ask that you proceed with caution.

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Despite being famed for its robot dogs, futuristic toilets and for being home to Akihabara “Electric Town”, Japan is at times slower than other countries to warm to new electronic devices and worldwide trends.

Just two years ago, hardly any of my Japanese friends used Facebook, instead preferring Japanese social networking service Mixi or to keep their private life off the Internet altogether. When I showed them my iPhone (and let it be known that I was fairly late to the smartphone party), many of my workmates would shrug the device off as over-complicated and mutter about how their current mobile phones – now known as garakē (after the “Galapagos syndrome” due to their exclusivity to and being unable to perform well outside of Japan) – being more than enough for them. Today, Facebook and Twitter are the same life-consuming creatures in Japan that they are everywhere else in the world, and people are accessing them from their iOS or Android powered smartphones wherever you look.

E-books, on the other hand, just aren’t taking off. I’ve shown my Kindle e-reader to friends and colleagues for years now, but each time it has been met with raised eyebrows and the same simple response: “But I like going to bookshops.” While the smartphone has gradually found its place in the hearts of the Japanese people, when it comes to literature, the vast majority of readers still much prefer a physical, paper copy.

In a piece written for Niconico News by journalist and publisher Jun Yamada, however, we learn that there is one genre that has found a home on Japan’s e-readers, to the degree that, Yamada argues, Japan’s e-book market could be in danger of becoming little more than an outlet for cheap, trashy or sexual content, with genuine literature as we know it hardly getting a look-in.

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Sora Aoi, one of Asia’s most adored adult video stars, is without a doubt many young men’s ultimate sexual fantasy. She’s cute, smiley and oh so sexy. She also does things on camera that would make Hugh Hefner blush.

Not wanting to miss an opportunity to cash in, clever retailers in China have recently launched a brand new inflatable sex doll modelled on the acclaimed Japanese porn star of the same name. After all, what horny young man with a bicycle pump and money to burn would pass up on the chance to sleep with – well, sort of – the gorgeous Sora Aoi!?

Unfortunately, the doll isn’t quite what many might have dreamed. We can’t help but feel a little sorry for the poor sap who opened up a parcel from China one morning to discover this monstrosity waiting to be inflated and made love to…

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From Tamatoys, the company that brought us “The Smell of a Boy’s Anus” scented oil, comes “Striped Panties that Smell Like Little Sister” — just in time for Christmas!

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Characters with weapons in place of body parts is an idea that’s been explored many times across different forms of media. Ash from Evil Dead had a chainsaw for a hand, Barret from Final Fantasy VII had a minigun for an arm, Edward Scissorhands had scissor…hands…

But never before has the anatomy arsenal trope been done like Zetsurin!, a new manga series about Keisuke, a young man with a long barrel revolver for a penis.

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