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Obviously this video is solid enough what with all the giant condoms being blown up to help the fans sing some chant song. But it’s that the guy filming this this is American.
You keep hearing him say “wonderful” towards the end. I assume his love for the Japanese mirrors mine. Only this guy is well ahead of me because he actually made the trip there.
Tell you what readers, if you each send me a buck and fund my trip, I will go on Japan and make 10 amazing videos to post on this site.
There is no place like Japan when it comes to vending machine weirdness.
You can get a whole slew of weird, but common, items like umbrellas, rice, beer, tobacco, eggs, and even porn, on any given street through the land of the rising sun.
However, in some darker and more obscure side streets of Japan, you can find vending machines selling things that even the Japanese find weird and strange.
One such vending machine that is found through out Japan is the “Used Schoolgirl Panties” vending machine.
As the image shows, machines would carry used panties with a picture of the schoolgirl who supposedly had worn them before giving them up to be sold.
Used schoolgirl panties are so popular, that even stores illegally sell them. As you can see in the below hidden camera investigation, schoolgirls can come into stores like this one and they are paid for the underwear they are currently wearing.
In fact the The Japanese government has identified the sale of used schoolgirl panties as such a problem they actually outlawed the sale or purchase of used schoolgirl panties anywhere, including vending machines.
A commercial was also made to help deter men from buying used schoolgirl panties by suggesting that the panties might not have even been worn by schoolgirls at all.
Japan has come out with another wild, sexy, and edgy fashion trend with these Bikini Jeans that act as both underwear and jeans.
Sandra Tanimura, a Sanna designer, created these jeans after customers mentioned that had a hard time keeping their low cut jeans up.
“We specialize in making low-rise trousers and our customers wanted them to get even lower. It was very difficult meeting these demands without the trousers falling down. I came up with the idea of using the bikini strings to let the trousers hang really low without falling,” she added.