MEN: (18+) Japanese sex dolls are now so life-like they’re being mistaken for the real thing

For most men, meeting the girl of their dreams takes time but one company is offering to drop her off outside your door in just a few days.
Unfortunately she will be made of rubber.

Japanese sex dollsare now so life-like that they come with authentic-looking eyes and skin that feels real to touch.
One maker, Orient Industry, will even customise a doll to your exact requirements so you can choose her bust size, hair colour, eyes and everything about her right down to moveable fingers.

Lifelike: A bathing beauty – one of the dolls on offer
The company says its new range of dolls, made of high quality silicone, are so good they are being mistaken for real women and boasts that anyone who buys one will never want a proper girlfriend again.

The dolls are sold under the name ”Dutch Wives’, which is a Japanese term for a sex doll.
Priced at a little over £1,000 each, sales suggest they are a roaring success.

They also come with a selection of clothing – naughty nurses, sexy secretaries – to save the new owner the embarrassment of having to visit a lingerieshop.

Company spokesman Osami Seto said: “The two areas we identified as really needing improvement were the skin and the eyes.

“We feel we have finally got something that is arguably not distinguishable from the real thing.”

The dolls are part of a high-tech industry in Japan, which is constantly looking at ways to make sex toys as realistic as possible.

The latest models include movable joints designed to place the ‘girlfriends’ in whatever position the buyer prefers
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