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Sanrio anime bra sets for girls with smaller busts

Beauty is in the tiniest details.

Japanese lingerie brand Feast has been making a name for itself as one of the country’s premier manufacturers catering to ladies with petite “cinderella” busts. Now they’ve teamed up with Sanrio’s popular Little Twin Stars characters for their latest release, which features ribbons, frills, and gorgeous details.

With two colour variations to choose from – purple and mint blue – the fabric is cute and girly, featuring images of stars, moons and clouds, along with the logo of the two twin star characters, Kiki and Lala.

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The comfortable tube-top style bra helps to compliment a small bustline, with its ruched material working to make breasts appear larger.

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Born on a star, Kiki and his older sister Lala are two of Sanrio’s most well-known characters. The celestial siblings can be seen travelling to earth on a star in their logo, which sits daintily in the middle of the bra, while the straps feature frill accents and pretty ribbons.

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The briefs also feature lacy frilled accents and can be worn with the matching bra or with the blue-coloured top as contrasting coordinates.

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Each set retails for 6,800 yen (US$66.33) and will be sold online from 7 July at the Feast website and associated Kera Shop for delivery within Japan.

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We are as always happy to send them to you, wherever you are in this big world.

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Source: ITMedia

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Japanwebshopping.com gets a Spring make-over.

It’s May, the flowers bloom, the birds lay eggs, the smell of fresh green grass tickles your prefrontal cortex….memories from  happy times are triggered and a feeling of nostalgia flows through your body. Life is good.  But May isn’t just a month of memories, it’s also a month of renewal, new wallpapers are chosen, Ikea is busier than ever and websites get a sunny make-over. Japanwebshopping has been sporting a very dark look, yeah we are freaks and we’re proud of it! Problem is that it was maybe a bit too otaku and scared away the casual shopper. We went to work and created a lighter and easier accessible site, while still holding on to our beloved black and gray (that we are great Yohji Yamamoto fans is something that goes without saying).

Let us know what you think about it, your opinion greatly matters to us.

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Puella Magi Madoka Magica anime lingerie line expands with new Sayaka and Kyoko sets

Second batch of themed intimate apparel rounds off representation of the hit series’ core cast.

Anime TV series Puella Magi Madoka Magica ends on a bit of an ambiguously bittersweet note. The core conflict of the dark magical girl story is only partially resolved, but thanks to the efforts of its heroines, there’s at least a ray of hope for the future.

That description actually parallels what’s happening with the Madoka Magica lingerie line, Earlier this spring, anime fashion company Super Groupies unveiled bra and pantie sets inspired by character’s Madoka, Homura, and Mami, but as of April 17, they’re no longer available. Still, that doesn’t mean you’re completely out of options, and now it’s time for the final two members of the central cast, Sayaka and Kyoko, to get lingerie sets of their own.

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Aside from being in the image colors of their respective characters, the designs feature subtle nods to the series for the enjoyment of sharp-eyed fans. The Sayaka set’s bra features a dangling charm in the shape of the fortissimo musical annotation, which matches the barrette she wears throughout the anime.

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▼ The panties, meanwhile, feature an asymmetrical lace accent.

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The Kyoko set bra lacks a charm, but instead has a black ribbon at its center reminiscent of the one the character uses to tie her hair up into its customary ponytail.

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▼ The panties are also a bit more orthodox than unbalanced Sayaka’s.

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Both sets are identically priced at 8,800 yen (US$82) and can be purchased directly from Super Groupies (Sayaka here, Kyoko here) with delivery scheduled for mid-October. Oh, and if you’re ordering, don’t forget your Madoka Magica swimsuit, too.

Let us know if you’re interested in these “in Japan only” available sets!

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Japan’s lingerie maker for small breasted ladies (and lads?) launches new sub-brand with stylish, sexy designs

fter two years of success, intimate fashion label Feast is ready to start Feast Secret.

Since launching in 2014, Feast, the Japanese lingerie brand specifically designed for women with petite busts, has been steadily growing in popularity. After being flooded with orders as soon as it went into business, Feast has collaborated with character marketing powerhouse Sanrio and even made forays into swimwear.

Now the company is embarking on its latest creative endeavor with Feast Secret, a sub-brand with offerings that are sexier than its ordinary Feast lingerie sets.

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In contrast to Feast’s tube top-style bras, Feast Secret’s are held in place with a hook, although the manufacturer boasts that its clasps are designed to be easily opened and closed. The new line does continue the company’s original mission of providing intimate apparel for small-breasted and fashion conscious women.

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Initially, four designs will be offered by Feast Secret. In addition to the Black Cat lingerie set picture above, early adopters will also have the options of the White Maria

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Blue Flower

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…and Lilac Venus bra and pantie sets.

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Each is priced at 6,380 yen (US$60) and ready to help make a compelling argument that bigger isn’t always better.

Related: Feast Secret

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Madoka Magica heads to the beach with new line of anime-themed swimsuits

If you’re a magical girl, or just an anime fan, in need of some seaside R and R, this unique swimwear is for you.

On the surface, the hit anime Puella Magi Madoka Magica looks like a simple tale of good versus evil, but the surprisingly subversive series raises a number of difficult questions. “How different, really, is a seemingly heroic magical girl from a self-indulgent witch?” it asks. “Where do you draw the line between blind devotion and all-consuming desire?”

And now, Madoka Magica is presenting another blurred line, with a new line of swimsuits that look, at first glance, like casual roomwear.

▼ The swimsuits, pictured here, are a stark departure from the Madoka Magica lingerie sets, which look exactly like you’d expect underwear to.

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Anime fashion brand Super Groupies has partnered with the designers at MIIA to produce the bathing suits, and while the core cast of Madoka Magica consists of five magical girls, right now it’s only the two biggest stars who are represented, with one set for protagonist Madoka Kaname and the other for Homura Akemi.

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Super Groupies itself readily admits that the designs don’t immediately scream “swimwear,” but that’s completely deliberate. The company says that the non-revealing style makes the Madoka Magica swimsuits a great choice for people headed to beachside events or pool parties who want the option of going for a dip yet still having the coverage they desire for the lengthy amount of time they’ll be spending out of the water, too.

Both models feature the same cut and overall design, with a pattern featuring the magical girls’ soul gems and other shapes in a faux constellation motif. The three-piece sets include a top, shorts, and bikini bottom, all made of swimsuit material.

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While the Madoka Magica franchise loves to submerge itself in gray-area issues of morality, the swimsuits are much more colorful. Madoka’s is pink from top to bottom, while Homura’s two-shade design reflects the duality of the character’s emotional state and motivations.

▼ Or maybe navy and lavender just go well together.

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Both suits are priced at 15,000 yen (US$140), and include the illustrations seen here of their individual character wearing the outfit. Delivery is scheduled for early August.

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Source: Super Groupies

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The limited New Evangelion lingerie and roomwear range featuring five favourite characters is back for sale minus the penguin!

In October of last year we announced the limited sale of PJxEVA EVA lingerie sets..in case you’re too lazy to click here (I know we’ve all been there…clicking tiredness IS a disease ) let me refresh your mind once more with these pics:

Two lacy dresses which retail for 7,538 yen (US$63) each.

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Heroine bisecting the popular, Rei and inspired by the Asuka Langley has been PEACH JOHN unique lace full dress!

Well we announced that these sets were limited and only for sale between October 5 and 30…but due to high demand, they released a second batch, but the penguin suit lovers quickly snatched up all of the new stock…so the  penguin suit is an absentee in this new line-up.

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Still the set pictured here below with a soft cup bra set, is also quite “penguin like” and will receive as many ooh’s and aah’s from spectators as the original suit….just for different reasons.

 

Also available in orange/yellow AT-Field print.

New to the line but not really since these sets were sold a few years back (of course in limited numbers)are these Spear bra sets, and don’t be fooled, no actual spears shoot out of these bras, however cool that would be, no there is a spear motif decorating these in three color available sets.

The Eva Model lacy bra sets come in five designs for 7,538 yen.

 

 

This model takes her work very serious

Finally the blue and white “doll” set reminiscent of Rei’s school uniform for 7,358 yen.

So there you have it, so for the folks who missed out the first time, here is your second chance, don’t waste it, because you can never be sure if they’ll bring a re-re release…it’s after all not a George Lucas movie.

Since we’re talking about re-release of popular underwear, these Sailor Moon undies are back too!

 

Valentine is finished, but for true Japan lovers, there is always white day,  in Japan women give chocolates and candies to men on valentine’s day and yeah you guessed it right, on white day men give to women! White day is March 14, so you still have enough time to celebrate that second valentine’s day!

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So what do you wear beneath a kimono…

Answer: Funties… yes funties, which is a combination of “fundoshi” (Japanese for loincloth) and “panty,”, clever right? It also happens to be the name of the company too. Actually I don’t think people wear this beneath a kimono….to be honest I have no clue what they wear, I guess it depends on the age of the wearer…wow people always tell me that I don’t know when to shut up…guess that counts for writing too.

Funty’s funties tie up on the right hip, which makes them easy to wear and easy to undo which makes the whole undressing part much more fun! Japanese men just love to pull that cord, as a matter of fact it’s a common pick up line for both sexes, “hey hot samurai ikemen (handsome guy), do you want to pull my cord?” for her and “Wow lusty looking geisha chick, would you mind if I pull your cord?” for him. Of course I just totally made that up, but you can’t blame a guy for daydreaming right..RIGHT, this story just took a complete wrong direction…

let’s have a look at the products of the Venus-Kimono line before one the ladies working here has a peek at my draft and smacks me around the ears.

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Plum features red plum blossoms on a plain white field, bringing to mind the snowy conditions that sometimes remain when the flowers bloom each February in Japan.
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The Red model is the most understated of the Venus-Kimono offerings, with a simple vermillion sharkskin-like pattern.
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Flower’s delicate pattern has a variety of flora adorning the funty

All three designs are priced at 7,800 yen (US$65) and can be ordered here through the Funty online store.

These are so light that shipping won’t cost you much and even though we often write “used” on our boxes to avoid import taxes, we won’t do that on these so don’t fret, we’ll write “gift” on the box.