How to go to the toilet in a kimono . . . not.
Premium pooping—“TOYLET ART”[sic}—a toilet finished with traditional Japanese lacquer
Traditionally, relieving oneself on a Japanese squat toilet while wearing a kimono was never easy. However in the old-days in Japan, panties did not exist and that made everything easier.
Actually, it’s quite the production at a Japanese wedding involving several ladies when the bride is forced to go to the toilet while wearing an uchikake/wedding kimono that can weight up to 20 kilograms (44 lbs.).
To learn more about Japanese premium pooping at the lacquer toilet’s manufacturer at: bidocoro.jp
A few of our many previous reports of kimono and toilets include:
14TH OF FEBRUARY IS FUNDOSHI DAY
…known for Valentines Day in many countries, it is also a Fundoshi Day in Japan. On Valentines Day…in Japan, we send Fundoshi [loincloths] to the ones we love...more...
JAPAN FUNDOSHI ASSOCIATION | 一般社団法人 日本ふんどし協会
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Learn to loincloth in our previous Japanese fundoshi reports:
Pubgoblin, my Tokyo buddy in real-life™, found this Japanese fan club for wankering devices:
Our previous Tenga™ reports include:
Back the ’80s I used to see the “star” of this video game, the doomsday cult leader, Shoko Asahara, at my train station.
Game Based Upon a Real Life Act of Domestic Terrorism, Possibly Produced by the Cult Responsible, Is As Unsettling As It Sounds
Attract Mode / January 25, 2017
…Kamikuishiki-mura Monogatari…is a doujin soft [game] published for the PC-88, which according to Tokugawa Corp is “Based on the Aum Shinrikyo cult responsible for the 1995 sarin gas attack on the Tokyo subway”…
…Kamikuishiki-mura Monogatari operates as a resource management sim, with the goal being the successful deployment of the chemical agent to targeted trains…
Previous reports of Aum include:
As I have mentioned here many times, in Japan Drunkenness is Next to Godliness…even the Shinto gods love getting ripsnorting wasted.
Especially salarymen, the Japanese are known as some of the worst falling down drunks on the planet. You can imagine my surprise when the following survey finds that Japan’s younger folks are much less interested in drinking with 40% of men in their 20s who never or almost never drink.
Younger Japanese men less interested in drinking, according to survey
Japan Today | 2016-Jan-05
…According to sales tax figures, the consumption of booze is down to about 89% of its heyday in 1996…
…to help shed light on this trend, wine website WineBazaar conducted a survey of 6,638 men and women between the ages of 20 and 70, asking “How often do you drink?”..
… things get interesting when factoring in age as well. Women stay roughly the same, with “non-drinkers” making up 40 to 50% of them regardless of age. For men over 60, only 25% are classified as “non-drinkers” but that number rises significantly to 39.8% when asking men in their 20s.
Basically, 40% of men in their 20s who report they “never or almost never drink” are really saying they can’t afford it. Also, company sponsored drinking is down 80% since the collapse of Japan’s economic “Bubble” in the early ’90s and the “Lost Decade(s)” of the continuing recession since then.
Previous reports of Japanese drunks include:
Check out the b-ball/basketball Stargate in Kyoto Japan!
A few of our many reports of Japan’s Stargate Program:
Thanks to Kotaku.com, here’s the newest way to wrap Japanese XXXmas presents—Otona Maki/おとなまき, lit. “adult wrapping”.
Ok, ok, the claim is that this a Japanese therapeutic method emulates the comfortable feel of a mother’s womb, but it obviously that its just another example of Japa-hinkiness.
Learn lurid details at Kotaku’s:
PRIOR ART aplenty for Otona Maki wrapping such as our posts covering:
Meri Kurisumasu (メリークリスマス) aka XXX Merry Christmas from the love-Hotel Chapel Christmas…
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According to DingisMcGee’s youtube, ‵‵Hotel Chapel Christmas near Narita International Airport is where Santa takes his ‘Hoe Hoe Hoe’ in Japan.″
Hotel Chapel Christmas says it’s, ‵‵Designed for adults only…guests can unwind and relax in the spacious [Christmassy] environment…″
Our previous Christmassy reports of Japan include:
Today, November 10th, is Elevator Day (レベーターの日), w0Ot!
On this day in 1890, Japan’s first electric elevator started operation in Tokyo’s Asakusa Ryounkaku.
Previous up-LIFT-ing reports on the 3Yen include:
• Japanese fembot elevator voices (3Yen / 2013-01-15)
• Ups/Downs of the World’s 16th tallest structure
(3Yen / 2010-01-30)
• Elevator molestation instructions from the Tokyo Police
(3Yen / 2005-01-21)
As we have said before, Japan is where the traffic lights sing (3Yen / 2006-10-25). But now it seems that Japan’s pedestrian crossings are going for the birds.
Song melodies at pedestrian crossings nationwide are being phased out in favour of birdcalls.
— Mulboyne (@Mulboyne) October 7, 2016
The decline of the crosswalk song “Toryanse” for crossing signals with birdcalls
goofy Google Translate of Asahi Shimbun | 2016 October 7
The traditional musical crossing signal, “Toryanse,” which meant to aid the visually impaired persons is being replaced throughout Japan with crossing signals using birdcalls…the east-west direction of traffic is marked with a chickadee song and the north-south direction with a cuckoo song…The National Police Agency, which has been promoting the change … [had a] demonstration/experiment in 2002 that found that more than half of the visually impaired persons evaluated birdcalls as, “easier to understand sound of the traffic direction than conventional crossing music.”