Japan has a Pregnancy Guide with Anime Illustrations: That look like they came out of a manga H

japan has a Pregnancy Guide with Anime Illustrations

Japan is the country of anime and of course they have to use anime in everything possible. Did you know that Japan has a Pregnancy Guide with Anime Illustrations? That look like they came out of a manga H.

There is a guide with anime/hentai visual illustrations, but very serious about the whole pregnancy process, from step by step how to do the act itself, and even the changes in the body during pregnancy and the first steps of how to take care of it. of a baby.

The cover, however, is strange, as it shows what appears to be a pregnant girl and still wearing the classic Japanese school bathing suit. This book was released in Japan in 2017.

japan has a Pregnancy Guide with Anime Illustrations

The guide’s synopsis tells us the following. “How do you make a baby?” A question everyone asked the mother at least once as a child… A didactic guide to knowledge of sexuality, pregnancy and childbirth, which answers such direct questions in a serious and “serious” way. The ovulation and pregnancy system, pregnancy tests, physical condition management and even the most efficient sex methods for making babies!”

Pregnancy Guide with Anime Illustrations

Most of the guide is obviously text, but we also have visual anime/manga illustrations to better describe what is being said in the book. Check out some of the pages of this guide below:

japan has a Pregnancy Guide with Anime Illustrations
“First visit to the gynecologist”
japan has a Pregnancy Guide with Anime Illustrations
“The birth.”
japan has a Pregnancy Guide with Anime Illustrations
Baby blues

The Guide is divided into four chapters, chapter 1 “how to make a baby”, chapter 2 “I got pregnant and now?”, chapter 3 “birth”, chapter 4 “how to take care of a baby” in which it contains various information as the best positions for getting pregnant, changes in the mother’s body after pregnancy, preparation and birth process, baby care, and even addressing postpartum depression.”

You can order your guides on Amazon in Japan.

Via: Akiba Blog

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