Attempting to keep track of the enormous number of Japanese idols would be an especially taxing if not exactly terrible undertaking, with the vast majority of these mostly young ladies conforming to the cute countenance so favoured in Japan.
Take 23-year-old Yuko Ogura for example, a pretty woman and no mistake, but there doesn’t really seem to be anything that differentiates her from the masses of other manufactured models.
Which just goes to show how much I know, as Ogura’s features must have something going for them, or why else would a Japanese firm have opted to make her the first recipient of a ready for retail ‘live mask’? An object with decidedly doll-like qualities, which depending on one’s point of view, is either desirable or downright disturbing.
i think the mask is for love dolls. you put the mask on the love doll so that it will look like your favorite idol.
and then you can do some afternoon delight with “yuko.”
Ummm…I thought the cosplay mask was pretty bad but this takes it on a whole new level…ewww lol.
LoL, looks freaky indeed! In which store did you find this? I need me one of those for Halloween ^^
Looks like a Don Qi.
an englishman in osaka says
She looks like an astronaut in the bottom photo…
i like this product. i stay in indonesia. where i can buy this doll? please give me answer.
i like this product. i stay in indonesia. where i can buy this doll? please give me answer, to my email: email@example.com
It’s available in Don Quixote shops Redoyes: http://www.donki.com/index.php
As far as I’m aware they don’t do online shopping though. I haven’t seen it for sale anywhere else, although to be honest, I haven’t really looked!
Sania Pura-pura says
ehem.. ehem.. i like..