Japan is about to bring folk culture in the Edo period to condoms, promising to debut in the Tokyo Olympic Games - Photo 1.
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Japan is about to bring folk culture in the Edo period to condoms, promising to debut in the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games


Japanese okamoto is said to be preparing to launch a new line of products, combining the aesthetics of ukiyo-e folk art (edgy) into the most modern condom ever made by the company.

As expected, the "Design Range" condom will be released at the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo. And because Japanese folklore is so popular with tourists, why not bring artworks on items that almost everyone has to use?

Japan is about to bring folk culture in the Edo period to condoms, promising to debut in the Tokyo 2020 Olympics - Photo 2.

Ukiyo-e (suitable, implying that the world is not real) is a folk art style of Cherry Blossom Land. This is a popular art movement in the 17th to the 19th century in Japan, mainly paintings and wood carvings depicting nature, life and people in the Edo period.

It is known that Okamoto's new product line is the result of cooperation with the famous Tokyo Condomania condom chain. The good news is, Design Range allows customers to print condoms at will. Examples include themes for birthdays, Halloween and more.

Japan is about to bring folk culture in the Edo period to condoms, promising to debut in the Tokyo 2020 Olympics - Photo 3.
Japan is about to bring folk culture in the Edo period to condoms, promising to debut in the Tokyo 2020 Olympics - Photo 4.

This summer, Okamoto will launch a new condom brand, called Zero Zero Three (003) VivaGel. The company claims this is the first condom in the world to combine biocide SPL7013, proven in the laboratory that they can inactivate 99.9% of HIV, HSV and HPV.

Meanwhile, the price and release date of Design Range condoms has not yet been announced.

Japan is about to bring folk culture in the Edo period to condoms, promising to debut in the Tokyo 2020 Olympics - Photo 5.

1 box of 10 Zero Zero Three (003) units costs 2000 yen (about 430,000 VND)

According to S.


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