Worlds 1st Vending Machine To Sell Fake Vaginas To Lads

Story By: William Mcgee, Sub Editor: Joseph Golder, Agency: Asia Wire Report


This sex toy company with a UK office claims to have launched the world’s first vending machines selling fake vaginas to randy lads.

Japanese sex-toy company Tenga is behind the vending machines in the red-light district of the city of Sapporo on the northern Japanese island of Hokkaido but also flogs toys from their UK office through the Tenga UK website.

The company claims 300 people called in to check out the machines on their first day of operation.

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The three vending machines are in a curtained off area to minimise any embarrassment on behalf of the buyer.

A large screen video display shows how to use the vagina substitute devices for those that do not know.

The machines, which are accessible 24/7, also operate an electronic ID-check system, so customers can prove they are 18, the minimum age to buy the sex toys.


The toy firm previously sparked controversy after a Japanese man was horrified to return home to find his grandfather using the younger man’s vagina sex toy to hold flowers in as a tribute to his late grandmother.

The confused pensioner had mixed up the red and white sex aid with a flower vase and included it as part of the altar display.

Japan boasts over 5.5 million vending machines, with everything from rice wine to underwear available on the city’s streets.

Tokyo-based company Tenga was founded in 2005 and makes male masturbation aids, lubricants and related products.

Its Tenga 3D series became the world’s first product of its kind to win an industrial design award in 2012 when it was awarded the prestigious Red Dot Award at a ceremony in Germany.

Company director Masanobu Sato achieved a world record for the “longest time spent masturbating/male” with a time of nine hours and 33 minutes in the 2009 Masturbate-a-thon event in San Francisco.

Netizen ‘Baralion’ commented: “Funny concept”, ‘Nekoshy’ said: “Well, it’s a good idea!” and ‘ElfenNana-chan’ noted: “These Japanese quirks will never stop surprising us.”

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