Today I am going to write about NuruNuru Nata De Coco Needs, an onahole made by Ride Japan ! What crazy ideas did they come up with this time ?
Wow, that’s a richly illustrated box. My foreigner eye doesn’t know where to focus, and the amount of text is… wow.
The central illustration on the box is that girl’s buttocks, she’s in striped underwear and thigh highs hell yeah !
What does “nurunuru” stand for ? Google Translate says “slimy, slippery”. Let’s assume it’s related to her arousal and wetting vagina.
The box features plenty pictures of the onahole’s inside, showing a minefield of nubs all the way.
Inside the box, you’ll find the onahole and a 12 mL sample of Ride Japan water based lubricant (enough for about 2 uses).
This lube is rather good, stringy and gives medium-good sliding.
The onahole is a common closed-bottom mid-sized type, flexible for all needs, and showing a pussy-shaped entrance which conveniently holds the lube in place and allows easy insertion.
The material used by Ride Japan is soft, yet gets slightly oily and upon opening gives out some unpleasant scent. In that aspect, you get your money worth: Ride Japan doesn’t make elite-grade toys.
The internal structures are indeed riddled with bumps and nubs. The onahole ends abruptly, without any bottom chamber.
The entrance doesn’t give out anything in particular, you can feel a slight tickling from the little nubs, but that’s it.
But after the first quarter of the tunnel, hell breaks loose. As you penetrate deeper, your penis gets pushed from all sides, and… it’s more of a “scraping” sensation than anything else. It’s intense but not in a sexually-pleasant way, as if you were stroking your dick using only your knuckles.
Sure enough I end up cumming eventually, but I’m left unsatisfied as I can’t well edge with that onahole.
Cleaning requires nothing special, as this single-layer onahole can easily be turned inside-out for washing and soaping. Then, pat it dry with a microfiber towel, and store it in a breathing bag.
Baby powder can make it’s surface extra smooth, if you care
Ride Japan regularly comes up with interesting stuff, and NuruNuru Nata De Coco Needs required a closer look. The packaging is loaded and confusing, uneasy to decipher with Google Translate. Ride Japan makes a correct and affordable material quality, however the internal structures of this onahole are more visually efficient than physically. You’d probably attain a similar sensation with a bath glove filled with small pearls: it doesn’t feel special, and easily gets forgotten.