Pantyface: Japan’s Newest Fasion Trend?

Posted on March 8, 2013

Just when you thought things couldn’t get any weirder…


What initially started out as a comedy manga series centering around a superhero named Hentai Kamen, who wears nothing but a pair of panties on his face to protect his identity and a banana hammock to protect his “extremities,” has turned into something much more surreal.



What followed was a movie release date along with a trailer.


With the trailer comes a book (which can be yours for a mere $20) of women posing in this new fashion accessory. The book’s title, Kaopan, is composed of two Japanese words: kao, meaning “face,” and pantsu, meaning “panties.”

“Whether this is a fetish that has existed for some time or whether the movie has spurred it on is anyone’s guess,” reported Rocket News.

Here are a few images taken from Kaopan.

(Warning: if a coworker or your boss sees you looking at these pictures, you may get the occasional odd, judgmental glance.)







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