Chances are that if you are a male aged 16-60 and you tour Japan now that you WILL GET LAID.
Japanese condom sales are sagging as a passion for the Internet leads the Japanese to choose unprotected sex, if any sex at all, the nation’s largest condom manufacturer said ahead of World Aids Day.
Domestic shipments have shriveled 43 percent from the peak in 1980 of 737 million to just 419 million condoms in 2003, according to the latest health ministry data.
Industry experts said omnipresent pornography in the hi-tech country meant fewer people were having sex — and among those who still are, fewer are using condoms.
“Since the advent of the broadband Internet in Japan, people can connect the entire night without having any extra charges,” said a spokeswoman for top condom maker Okamoto Industries.
“Those people who cannot break away from their computers are not able to have sex,” she said.
Gentlemen, according to Webjet a return flight from Melbourne to Tokyo on Qantas Airlines currently costs $2229. Book now to avoid disappointment.