Japanese Photographer Transforms His Residence Into A Sex Doll Museum

by Cassie


Photographer and sex doll lover Yoshitaka Hyodo transformed his residence into a private Japanese sex doll museum.

He lives in Yashio City, located at the crossroads of Saitama Prefecture and Tokyo. During the local tourist season, Hyodo even opened its realistic sex doll museum to the public. The main opening hours are from April 30 to May 5. If you want to visit, you need to make a reservation, you can check the relevant information and details on their private website. The entrance fee is 1,000 yen per time, but it is free for sex doll lovers, and shooting is allowed in the museum, but the photographed works are limited to non-commercial use.


This is the fourth time he has opened his collection of sex dolls in his private two-story museum. She hopes that one day she can turn her house into a real japanese sex doll Museum. “Treasure Hall” was once very common in Japan (especially in Atami, a hot spring holy place loved by couples), but unfortunately it faded from people’s sight and became a little-known mysterious base after the war. It is reported that, except for one, the others are closed.


Since about 2002, Hyodo has also held an exhibition of her sex doll photographs. His works have even been exhibited in Paris, and Tokyo’s Vanilla Gallery has also held an exhibition of his works.


Although the museum is not only full of sex dolls, there are other creepy and wacky exhibits, they are the main feature, as shown in this photo. However, they do not appear to be a single sex doll brand, but rather a mix of different sex doll brand manufacturers, including wax dolls and cloth dolls. Many collections are based on military and war themes. This is actually a very common metaphor. It is a pornographic culture that links war and violence with the large-scale release of fantasy and desire.


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