Japan’s Rainy Season can get hinky

Right now the rain is coming down hard in Tokyo so I thought I would post something apropos for the Rainy Season…

Embiggen to a closeup, 531×640 px.

Titled “Ginza Rain,” the illustration above is a detail from the cover of Showa Magazine—the July 1951 issue of that short novel magazine. Oddly in the background, the writing on the neon ads in the background is reversed.
rainy ginza tokyo showa magazine cover 1951


Speaking of clothing more useless than Japanese rain coats for Labrador Retrievers (3Yen 2007-07-15)….
….check out, said-openDO YOU KNOW WHAT A GAY RAINCOAT IS? said-closed at Gay Raincoats: P0rn’s Most Searched Words (xoJane.com / 2013 June 06) where you can also learn about the mysteries of “ASMR naked” and “ASMR bang fest.”

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