Some imaginative marketing or merely a motion to move on?
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Photographs from a small group of islands
There are numerous Japanese items on the market for producing bigger and also better-shaped breasts, all the way from biscuits and beverages to rather bizarre rack rearranging rollers.
But for ladies after better looking boobs with basically no bother, this ‘sleeping bust up bra’ would appear to be perfect.
The garment effortlessly allowing the wearer to practically do nothing but simply wake up and marvel at her magically and majestically moulded mammaries.
A product that I can personally vouch for too, as after only a week or so of wearing one, my burgeoning man breasts are now looking particularly pert. Admittedly not an immediate postponement of prior engagements and play with them all day kind of pertness, but nevertheless they are still pleasantly perter.
English language lapses in Japan are admittedly an easy target, but those that are a bit saucy or manage to be more than a wee bit misleading, arguably merit at least the odd mention.
As, perhaps, do those that have been almost endearingly adjusted after a minor mistake has been mentioned.
After a brief look at the history of Tokyo’s Yoshiwara sex district last week, one of the most surprising things about the place, apart from its sensational selection of soaplands, is the large number of mildly amusing monikers.
From 1970s TV shows.
To 1940s films.
Along with a dash of dandyism.
And this being Japan, a considerable amount of cuteness.
Plus, perhaps inevitably, a few language lapses, whether it be some simple mistakes.
Or something much more mindboggling.
Regardless of whether it’s in a really fancy or more run of the mill restaurant, sharing a plethora of dishes is always a pleasure, as not only is it social, but it also affords a super selection of food.
However, that said, sometimes it’s equally nice to get something more simple, and it doesn’t get any more basic than a load of meat and a lager.