For a long time, Hello Kitty vibrator was considered to be a myth – but then it appeared on websites like our affiliate J-List where you could actually buy it! Now, people have written a whole history of this truly bizarre phenomenon. How did the firm that produces school bags and penciles for children got into the business of making adult toys?
In 1997, Genyo designed a product that would live in infamy: the Hello Kitty vibrating shoulder massager, which really is a shoulder massager (trust us — it says so on the package). Sanrio approved this design without batting an eye, and the product enjoyed modest sales in toy shops and in family restaurants like Denny’s and Coco’s. It wasn’t until 1999 or so that people began to catch on to the fact that the Hello Kitty massager had other potential uses, and with amazing speed, they started popping up in adult videos in Japan. The next thing anyone knew, they had changed into a cult adult item, sold in vending machines in love hotels — after all, what self-respecting man wouldn’t buy his girl a Hello Kitty vibrator when she asked him for one?
Toshio Saeki, Japan’s master of erotic illustration, devours the world with his demented images of outr� sex. Saeki, 55, is the godfather of Japanese erotica — the one illustrator in the frenetic, oversexed, comics-crazy nation whose imagination outpaces all others. For decades, the art cognoscenti of Japan and elsewhere have hailed him as a psychosexual dream weaver who traverses all taboos with oozing, bloody scenes of insatiable carnality. Now he’s being rediscovered by young adults in America and Europe for whom Japanese illustration, anime (animated cartoons) and manga (comic books) are perpetual sources of fascination(…)
Aki Hoshino (born March 14, 1977) is one of Japan’s oldest bikini idols. She has appeared in various men’s magazines, such as Sabra, and often appears on Japanese television shows as a guest. One of her nicknames is “Angel of Japan.
Hoshino stands 165 cm tall and boasts a BMI index of just 17. In other words, she’s got the body of a Barbie Doll — tall, skinny and huge hooters. It’s a very un-Japanese shape, and rumors have circulated that perhaps those lovely protuberances aren’t entirely real. “When suspicions were voiced over the authenticity of her breasts, she volunteered to undergo a CT scan,” an unnamed TV reporter tells Shukan Taishu (7/2). “The scan was not able to reveal any implants, at least from the medical standpoint” (source)