Not everyone has a steady spouse or long-term lover to bestow a chocolate-covered condiment on February 14. But there’s no reason why solitary single males need be excluded from receiving candy-coated affections from a cute gal.
To allay any effects of loneliness, Shukan Jitsuwa (Feb. 26) proposes a sensible solution to those in the greater Tokyo and Osaka areas: a visit to one of the fuzoku (sex businesses) that offer — for a limited time only — Valentine’s Day specials.
Take Bouquet, a shop in Tokyo’s Ikebukuro district that specializes in ladies with a masochistic bent. From Feb. 12 through 15, it’s offering a service in which its female staff, such as 25-year-old Eri-chan, will smear their bosoms with a calorie-crammed melange of chocolate, whipped cream and strawberry jam, whereby the customer may orally indulge. She then will reciprocate by coating the customer’s shaft with confections to resemble a “chocolate banana” and make like Linda Lovelace in “Deep Throat.” The coup de grace is delivered via sumata (labial penile friction).
Aaii Onna, in Osaka’s Nipponbashi district, provides a stable of chijo (female perverts) who are drooling for the opportunity to coat areas of their client’s anatomy in chocolate syrup and lick it off. Other delights follow, including 30-year-old veteran Rabu-chan’s specialty, a three-pronged envelopment that involves simultaneous use of both hands and her tongue. The offer lasts through Saturday the 14th, but you’ll have to hurry and reserve as this shop has a high rate of repeat customers no doubt eager for preferential treatment.
Another shop in Osaka, whose name can be translated as “female collegiate relief circle,” employs female college students who will be treating customers to a box of chocolate bon-bons, with delivery accompanied by a romantic deep kiss. The action then moves to simultaneous mutual oral-genital stimulation, and paizuri, by which the customer’s shaft slips and slides across the finish line enveloped in 22-year-old Suzuka-chan’s 86-centimeter cleavage. The special offer continues until Feb. 18. Be sure and tell ’em Shukan Jitsuwa sent you. (K.S.)
Source: “Kikan gentei choko-ero mise” Shukan Jitsuwa (Feb. 26, page 48)
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