A Boy Who Wished To Be Okuda Tamio And A Girl Who Drove All Men Crazy

A Boy Who Wished to be Okuda Tamio And A Girl Who Drove All Men CrazyYuji Koroki (Satoshi Tsumabuki) is 35-years-old and admires singer-songwriter Tamio Okuda. He gets transferred to the editing division of a lifestyle magazine. There, he has a difficult time dealing with strange conversations with his coworkers. Yuji Koroki then meets Akari Amami (Kiko Mizuhara) at work. She works as fashion press. He falls in love with her at first sight, but soon hell begins for Yuji Koroki.

Perverted Reality: Women Outpace Men At 'love Doll' Exhibit

Perverted reality: Women outpace men at 'love doll' exhibit

Admirers at a "love doll" exhibition in Tokyo are a far cry from the stereotypical image of an introverted pervert fulfilling his dark fantasies with an anatomically correct plastic companion in his lonely apartment.

Visitors at the venue can be heard praising the beauty and life-like appearances of what are essentially toys used by men for simulated sexual acts. These accolades often come from women.

7 Secondary School Young Men, 1 Instructor Pass On In Torrential Slide In Climbing Lesson

7 secondary school young men, 1 educator pass on in torrential slide in climbing lesson

Seven senior secondary school young men and one instructor kicked the bucket in a torrential slide Monday amid a springtime climbing lesson on a ski slant in eastern Japan, neighborhood specialists stated, making it one of the deadliest snowslide catastrophes in Japan in the past decade.

Forty more individuals were harmed in the torrential slide that happened in Tochigi Prefecture and around 120 kilometers north of Tokyo, as indicated by a fire division which got a crisis call at around 9:20 a.m.

Highlight: Japanese Men Finding No Disfavor In The Pointlessness Game

FEATURE: Japanese men finding no disrespect in the fruitlessness delight

Japanese life partners who have stayed silent about the disgrace of encountering fruitlessness treatment are swallowing their pride and beginning to talk out.

More of them will meet-and-welcome watch over men with equivalent issues, and even a starting late circulated book assembling the distinctive experiences of men who are endeavoring to envision with their mates is striking a chord.

2020 Olympic Golf Venue Feeling Pressure To Drop Men-only Membership Rule

2020 Olympic golf venue feeling pressure to drop men-only membership ruleThe golf club chosen as a host venue for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics has suggested it will allow women to join as full members "sometime in the future," after Tokyo Gov. Yuriko Koike expressed "discomfort" at the club's men-only policy.
"An era when we make women full members is coming sometime in the future," a Kasumigaseki Country Club representative said after Koike suggested the male-only membership rule was out of touch with the 21st century. Some observers have expressed hope that the club will open its regular roster to women as the Olympic Games approach.

Young Men Open Japanese-style Inn In Tokyo For Overseas Tourists, Locals

Young men open Japanese-style inn in Tokyo for overseas tourists, localsWhen Daisuke Abe used to travel throughout Southeast Asia, he often would stay in guest houses.
Now, the 28-year-old former company employee has opened his own inn in Tokyo, called Kagaribi, in late July along with a former elementary school classmate.
Kagaribi's Japanese-style interior and inexpensive pricing have proven popular among overseas tourists, with sightseers from China, Taiwan and elsewhere making bookings.

Japan Men's Soccer Coach Halilhodzic Won't Compromise In 2018 World Cup Qualifiers

Japan men's soccer coach Halilhodzic won't compromise in 2018 World Cup qualifiersJapan is taking no chances as it prepares for final qualifying beginning Sept. 1 for the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia.
Japan, which is looking to secure its sixth consecutive berth in the tournament, has no wriggle room for mistakes as it comes up against Australia, winner of the 2015 AFC Asian Cup, and other formidable opponents. At an Aug. 25 news conference to announce Japan's lineup, coach Vahid Halilhodzic emphasized that the squad faces a tough road ahead.

Olympics: Japan's Shirai Takes Bronze In Men's Vault With New Trick

Olympics: Japan's Shirai takes bronze in men's vault with new trickKenzo Shirai successfully performed a new trick in the men's vault final at the Rio Olympics on Monday en route to taking home Japan's first medal on the apparatus in 32 years.
Shirai scored 15.449 after two clean vaults for bronze, finishing behind two-time reigning champion Ri Se Gwang of North Korea, who clinched gold with 15.691, and Russia's Denis Abliazin in second with 15.516.

Olympics: Japan Headed To Men's Table Tennis Final For 1st Time

Olympics: Japan headed to men's table tennis final for 1st timeThe Japanese men's table tennis team secured its first Olympic medal with a 3-1 semifinal victory over Germany at the Rio Games on Monday.
Japan is guaranteed of at least silver now, and will face China in Wednesday's final. Jun Mizutani came up big for Japan, beating both former world No. 1 Timo Boll and Bastian Steger 3-0.