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Kinky Dolls Stolen from Japanese Sex Museum

posted on by Eric Stimson
Warning: NSFW

Seven dolls have been reported stolen from Kinugawa Hihōden, a museum in Nikkō, Tochigi Prefecture. The theft was reported to the local police on July 16, when a man connected to the museum stopped by in the morning and noticed damage. The museum closed on New Year's Eve and all the doors have been locked, so the culprit is suspected of owning a key.

Kinugawa Hihōden is not your average museum, however — it's a hihōkan ("secret treasure hall"), a euphemism for a sex museum. Built in the 1970s and '80s (this one dates from 1981), they are actually a cross between museums and fun houses, and educate visitors about the world of sex through graphic dioramas, sculptures, artwork, and memorabilia. Visitors must walk a designated path to trigger key light and sound effects from the exhibits as they pass. Kinugawa Hihōden emphasized traditional Japanese religious beliefs and motifs, which is reflected in the stolen dolls, who are all women in Warring States or Tokugawa Era dress.

Perhaps the burglary was done by Lupin in one of his horny moods?

WARNING: Images are graphic are not safe for work. Pictures are after the break.




















With Kinugawa's closure, Atami Hihōkan on the Izu Peninsula is the last remnant of this fad in Japanese adult entertainment.

[Via Sankei News and Twitter; Image from Netlab]


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