Japan, always at the forefront of innovation…


Always at the forefront of innovation, the beat-off brainiacs at Tenga are now offering the:
quoter leftNew Tenga “Vacuum Controller” fleshlight features converter for international sizes.quoter right

New Tenga "Vacuum Controller" fleshlight features converter for international sizes. tenga-tokyoscumhttps://t.co/8ZKanYb7eo pic.twitter.com/e9oQt9urpo— Ceiling Gallery (@tokyoscum) March 20, 2015

Previous reports of Japan’s high-tech Tenga on the 3Yen include:masterbateathon choke a chicken
   • Tenga temptations are in the pocket
          (3Yen / 2014-04-29)
   • Japan beats off all to win the
          ‘Red Dot Award: Product Design 2012′

             (3Yen / 2012-03-18)
   • Japan ‘relief’ (3Yen / 2011-06-21)
   • Transformer TENGA twisto (3Yen / 2011-09-21)
   • Danny Choo waxes his dolphin (3Yen / 2010-07-17)
   • Japan beats (off) all! (3Yen.com / 2008-05-30)


Japan invents the Segway yet again

Japan’s new Segway-like electric tricycle, the “Ily-A,” has been unveiled this week. According to technologicvehicles.com the Ily-A can take several forms: a three-wheel seated scooter, a stand-up transporter, or a carrying basket for shopping in its minimized-mode.

Previous reports on the 3Yen of Japan reinventing the Segway include:
   • Japan invents the Segway! (again) (3Yen / 2015-01-14)
   • They see em rollin, they hatin’… (3Yen / 2010-05-16)
   • Toyota invents the Segway! (3Yen / 2008-08-06)
   • Toshiba invents the Segway (3Yen / 2006-11-14)
   • Better than the Segway or ‘Jegway’ (3Yen / 2006-11-29)
   • Time Magazine names Toyota’s i-unit™ ‘coolest’
        (3Yen / 2005-11-17)
 i-unit ev by toyota


Japan Fappy™

fappy-catalog quoter leftRemember you're in Japan. Everyone here still faps by fax.quoter right
—The Hopeful Monster (@SublightMonster) March 18, 2015

Be sure not to miss the previous 3Yen reports on Japanese fapping technology:
. . Japan’s ‘W-FAP’ for waxing your banana (3Yen / 2014-10-24
. . ‘Talk to the hand’ (3Yen / 2012-04-14)
. . Handroid — robo-hand (3Yen / 2011-09-03)
. . Fist of Japan (3Yen.com / 2009-06-30)
And the all-time favorite…
. . Wanker Expo (3Yen.com /2007-08-01 )
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . WANKERING MACHINES IN ACTION at the Adult Treasure Expo AET 2007

Pedo-Bear is back, and now he wants granny!

bear-bot in japan robot Look out granny!
Japanese scientists of the RIKEN research institute have released a new experimental nursing care robot, “ROBEAR.”

According to RIKEN’s press release of February 23rd, the ROBEAR can performing tasks such as lifting a patient from a bed or wheelchair and, left_quoter_14x24will provide impetus for research on the creation of robots that can supplement Japan’s need for new approaches to care-givingright_quoter_13x24
Ri-i-i-ight—Granny is gonna love this. ᶘ ᵒᴥᵒᶅ

Sadly, these nursing care robots of the RIKEN Institute have been around forever. RIBA-II, the care-giving Teddy Bear (3Yen.com / 2011-08-03) shown above has been in development for a long time without any the bear-bots going into practical use in nursing homes and hospitals.

The 3Yen first reported years ago about the predecessor of the RIBA, the RI-MAN robot in: Stroke my soft machine (3Yen / 2006-03-01)
Other Bear-bot reports on the 3Yen have included:
. . . Care-bots for elderly…again (3Yen.com / 2013-06-22)
. . . Bear-bot that reads your tweets (3Yen.com / 2011-01-26)
. . . Robo-teddy vs Alzheimer’s (3Yen.com / 2010-10-08 )



‘Spot’ makes Japan’s dead-dog AIBO look bad

sony dog robot should be shotAfter wasting zillions of yen and contributing to near-bankruptcy of the company, Sony’s famous flagship robot dog, AIBO™, was put to sleep in 2006. (3Yen 2006-01-27)

At the same time around 2005-2006, Boston Dynamics introduced BigDog(Wiki) that has move well into the realm of “usefulness” unlike Japan’s failed robo-efforts (3Yen quoted by the BBC and The Independent). Check out “Spot,” the latest version of BigDog.

left_long quotebar 24x260px BostonDynamics’ BigD0g r0b0t is pretty familiarbut this smaller c0usin—Sp0t weighs 160 pounds, while BigD0g weighs in at 24O poundsSp0t is pretty light on its feet…more via Slate



Gyrating Gynoid Looks Too Good

It’s amazing how hard Japanese engineers have to work to get a date…

Asuna is a hyperreal android built to look just like your average 15 year old girl. Every single detail from her skin to her eyes to her hair are meant to look like something that you would see on a real person. Designed by the robotics masterminds at A-Lab Co. Ltd. she is even capable of talking to people. While some believe her to be a bit eerie in her resemblance to an actual human
RocketNews24 / 2014nov04
: Real life android looks almost too real

android by hongjapan

Asuna-chan, the goofy gynoid might look “a bit eeire” but not as much as this pole dancing Booty Bot recently exhibited by Jordan Wolfson (website).

Previous dancing robots reported on the 3Yen include:

Japan’s newest hi-tech: ‘W-FAP’ for waxing your banana

Once again Japan proves its superior robot technology!…

Waxing your banana is now easy with Japan’s latest W-FAP that power syncs with your favorite wankadelic videos and kinkyazoid games!

And be sure not to miss the previous 3Yen reports on robohand jobs that include:
. . ‘Talk to the hand’ (3Yen / 2012-04-14)
. . Handroid — robo-hand (3Yen / 2011-09-03)
. . Fist of Japan (3Yen.com / 2009-06-30)
And your all-time favorite…
. . Wanker Expo (3Yen.com /2007-08-01 )
. . . . . . ..WANKERING MACHINES IN ACTION at the Adult Treasure Expo AET 2007..

‘Mind-Reading’ Gadget to be a big at Japan’s end-of-year Bonenkai parties

The 3Yen’s world correspondent, R. Pongi, writes:
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Re: blogs.wsj.com/japanrealtime/2014/10/02/japan-toy-maker-to-introduce-mind-reading-gadget

Dear Japan,



The Rest Of The World


Japan Toy Maker to Introduce ‘Mind-Reading’ Gadget
Japan Real Time – Wall Street Journal blog | 2014/10/02
…Japan’s Tomy Co. may help bring a person’s hidden feelings to the surface, or at least allow party-goers to play at doing so
the company said this week it would release on Oct. 30 the Mind Scanner, a gadget attached to the head that can be used to determine a person’s emotional state by monitoring his or her pulse with infrared light.


Previous 3Yen reports of Japanese brain reading devices include: