Thursday, November 16, 2006


Meyume Here! n_n

Alright, so we known about general fashion and clothing in the area that we live. But what about other countries? Since Ani-Pock revolves around Japan and Japanese Culture, I thought that we could all take a look back at original male... well, undergarments. Basically, this clothing piece is called a Fundoshi, a Japanese male loincloth made from a piece of cloth and a shaku, which it sorta like a cotton rope (in one sense). The fundoshi was used by both rich and poor, and was the most basic piece of male clothing across the nation, that is, until the Second World War, when elastic American underpants had become more popular.

Please, keep in mind that although the pictures do not show anything inappropriate, it tends to show some skin. So if you don’t want to look or if your parents say "NO". Then don’t click! XD

Click to see how to put it on!

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At Nov 16, 2006, 7:16:00 PM, Anonymous Sefi said...

lol...........Can't stop laughing... it's soo..bulgy. XD

At Nov 16, 2006, 8:45:00 PM, Blogger Kip said...

Very interesting. And something I nevr knew!

At Nov 17, 2006, 4:23:00 AM, Anonymous Rin said...

Hmmm briefs meet man thong....interesting. Something to look forward to so early in the morning. >XD <333 Yay for Meyume post!

At Nov 17, 2006, 11:01:00 AM, Blogger praise said...

nice blog

At Nov 18, 2006, 9:56:00 AM, Blogger Sakura said...

the reason to put this up is?

At Nov 19, 2006, 11:01:00 PM, Blogger Pocky said...


At Nov 20, 2006, 8:31:00 PM, Anonymous Meyume said...

Its up for the sake of fun and japanese male garmets! >=O

Is it not to your liking? ;_;


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