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He also admits to being turned off by human relationships.'Japanese women are cold-hearted,' he said while on a seaside stroll with his silicone squeeze.'They're very selfish.Men want someone to listen to them without grumbling when they get home from work,' Ozaki added.'Whatever problems I have, Mayu is always there waiting for me.

Generally, a single man and woman who know each other organize the gōkon in advance, each agreeing to bring three or four eligible friends.I love her to bits and want to be with her forever. I want to be buried with her and take her to heaven.'Around 2,000 of the life-like dolls - which cost from ,000 and come with adjustable fingers, removable head and genitals - are sold each year in Japan, according to industry insiders.'Technology has come a long way since those nasty inflatable dolls in the 1970s,' noted Hideo Tsuchiya, managing director of doll maker Orient Industry.'They look incredibly real now and it feels like you're touching human skin.More men are buying them because they feel they can actually communicate with the dolls,' he explained.The venue is usually a restaurant, an izakaya, or anywhere people can eat, drink and make a bit of noise.The term gōkon comes from the Japanese words konpa (a party for members of a single group, class, or club) and gōdō ("together", "combination").

Generally, a single man and woman who know each other organize the gōkon in advance, each agreeing to bring three or four eligible friends.I love her to bits and want to be with her forever. I want to be buried with her and take her to heaven.'Around 2,000 of the life-like dolls - which cost from ,000 and come with adjustable fingers, removable head and genitals - are sold each year in Japan, according to industry insiders.'Technology has come a long way since those nasty inflatable dolls in the 1970s,' noted Hideo Tsuchiya, managing director of doll maker Orient Industry.'They look incredibly real now and it feels like you're touching human skin.More men are buying them because they feel they can actually communicate with the dolls,' he explained.The venue is usually a restaurant, an izakaya, or anywhere people can eat, drink and make a bit of noise.The term gōkon comes from the Japanese words konpa (a party for members of a single group, class, or club) and gōdō ("together", "combination").'Technology has come a long way since those nasty inflatable dolls in the 1970s.