It’s a thing with the Japanese. They did not invent porn on an industrial level (the Danes did). But once they picked it up, they developed it to highest standards and are leading the field. Just as cars, computers, washing machines, trains … .
There is no question about it, that the Japanese in the 21th century hitherto are as a single nation contributing an unequaled large variety of boobfulness has no peer. Gedankenexperiment: what’s gonna happen, when China liberalizes its policies on porn?
Last but not least there are two questions awaiting at the bottom of this page.
We’ve already explored the wide areolas phenomenon. Today it’s about puffies, often referred to as “puffy nips”. In the German language there is no adequate term for that (like there is e. g. no expression for “midlife crisis”). While wide areolas usually come with big, large or huge boobs, with puffies there are anatomical respective physical restrictions in terms of breast size.
The puffies phenomenon develops its most phenomenal shape during and after pregnancy and is the natural equivalent to the so called oral stage of the enfant or oral fixation in later stages of life. Freud hätte seine Freude gehabt (that pun is only working in German). A few anatomically and significantly blessed actresses in the industy then and now we are about to see in this article.
“Oppai” (おっぱい) is a Japanese word for large breasts. Make sure to read this excellent article about the meaning of oppai. In my blog about Yumiko Matsui I’ve mentioned several other Japanese lactating actresses.
Today I’m introducing an assortment of their works to you. You will see in random order Tsukasa Maehara, Ayaka Ichiki,Mirumiru Kurumi, Mona Kasuga, Misora Amano, Mio Sakuragi, Kanae, Kaori and one anonymous wonder. Solution is on the bottom of thispage.
Boobfullness is the medium that counts from a boobastic point of view. Japanese mother Yumiko Matsui (*1980) is the essence of boobfullness. In Japan she was promoted as “the beautiful breasted Mrs. Milk Filled with motherly love” in the early 2000s.