Kyoichi Tsuzuki: Sperm Palaces

This is Kyoichi Tsuzuki’s amazing, totally wild photo essay on Japan’s sadly defunct “Toba International House of Hidden Treasures – SF Future Museum”. Opened adjacent to a railway station in 1981, until the year 2000 this four story Museum/environment housed the extraordinary sex-related collections of items of the late designer and creator Masato Matsuno. With everything from black velvet paintings to Edo Period erotic tableaux reconstructed from customized manikins, the piece de resistance here is the documentation of the rooms depicting the hunting, sperm extraction, then disposal of humans by extraterrestrials! This is photographed in vivid colors, beautifully designed & reproduced, and truly must be seen to be believed.

pp. 132; paperback. Publisher: Aspect Corp, Tokyo, 2001.

ISBN: 9784757208346| 4757208340

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This is Kyoichi Tsuzuki’s amazing, totally wild photo essay on Japan’s sadly defunct “Toba International House of Hidden Treasures – SF Future Museum”. Opened adjacent to a railway station in 1981, until the year 2000 this four story Museum/environment housed the extraordinary sex-related collections of items of the late designer and creator Masato Matsuno. With everything from black velvet paintings to Edo Period erotic tableaux reconstructed from customized manikins, the piece de resistance here is the documentation of the rooms depicting the hunting, sperm extraction, then disposal of humans by extraterrestrials! This is photographed in vivid colors, beautifully designed & reproduced, and truly must be seen to be believed.

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