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Japan Invents High Tech Realistic Looking Sex Dolls

Japan Invents High Tech Realistic Looking Sex Dolls

Japan's sex doll industry claims to have reached the next level in creating the perfect artificial partner after developing a special realistic feeling skin and authentic looking eyes for a new range of sex dolls.

And as these snaps show of the dolls from the company Oriental Industry, there is little to distinguish them from a real girlfriend at least at first glance.

Early sales also indicate that buyers of the sex toys approve, with a boom in sales for the so-called "Dutch Wives" that sell for just over 1000 GBP each.

The sex toys are part of a high-tech industry in Japan constantly looking at ways to make the dolls as realistic as possible, and the latest models include movable joints designed to place the sex doll girlfriends in whatever position the buyer prefers.

The dolls are sold under the name "Dutch Wives" and adverts in Japanese media boast that anyone who buys one will never want a real girlfriend again.

Company spokesman Osami Seto said: "The two areas we identified as really needing improvement were the skin and the eyes, and we feel we have finally got something that is arguably not distinguishable from the real thing."

The dolls also come with a selection of clothing to prevent the new owner from having to suffer the embarrassment of visiting the local lingerie department.

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