Japan’s masturbatory aid chocolates help you tell him “We’re just friends” this Valentine’s Day


Enjoy your night alone, and also some sweets.

Much to the chagrin of premium chocolatiers Godiva, the giving of giri choco, or “obligation chocolate,” continues to be a common custom in Japan. In Japan, women give gifts of sweets to men on Valentine’s Day, and not just guys they have romantic feelings for. Classmates, coworkers, and other men with whom women have platonic relationships also get a modest present of obligation chocolate as an all-purpose thank-you for the help and/or friendship they’ve given the women over the course of the year.

However, obligation chocolate can sometimes entail a tricky balancing act. No one wants to look stingy, but chocolate that’s too grandiose can have the guy thinking the girl is coyly expressing her desire for a relationship that goes deeper than just friendship. One way to ensure that a guy knows you’re not coming on to him would be to give him chocolate from a brand that proudly wears its giri choco stigma on its sleeve, but another would be to imply that he’s going to be spending his nights alone by giving him chocolate from masturbatory aid manufacturer Tenga.

Yes, Tenga, Japan’s premier maker of reusable self-pleasuring devices for men, has begun taking offers for what it calls the Tenga Sweet Love Cup. The festively decorated items have the same contours and exterior dimensions as the company’s signature product, but in unique colors and with illustrated ribbons to further denote their present-worthy status.

However, these containers aren’t for making deposits into, but withdrawals from. While they might, at first glance, look just like Tenga’s man-juice receptacles, they’re actually pre-filled with individually wrapped chocolates, in the purchaser’s choice of milk, white, or strawberry chocolate flavors.

Each Tenga Sweet Love Cup is priced at 540 yen (US$4.80) and contains 12 pieces. However, perhaps being aware that the company largely owes its existence to mens’ inability to restrain their indulgent impulses, Tenga is also offering multi-flavor bundle packs. The Tower Mini, consisting of 30 Sweet Love Cups, is already an impressive 63 centimeters (24.8 inches) in height and priced at 16,200 yen. Stimulating Tenga’s order system more

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