Finally, AkaiHebi releases an onahole review again ! And it’s no less than Shrine Maiden’s First Time, by ToysHeart !
Shrine Maiden’s First Time is part of a 3 onahole series featuring girls doing various jobs:
- shrine maiden (miko)
- slave waitress (like maid)
- erotic cabin crew (flight attendant)
Each of them featuring different internal structures. But for now let’s focus on the shrine maiden !
Shinto is the oldest religion in Japan, and was the only official religion until Buddhism was imported from China/Korea. Up until today, the Japanese Emperor remains the representative of the shinto cult. Shintoism is locally implanted in many temples and shrines around the country, preserved and managed by priests, priestesses, monks and nuns.
The figure of the miko, the traditional shrine maiden, is widespread in manga/anime culture. I think I fist saw a miko in the anime Inuyasha, with Kikyo: a very interesting character, very complex, strong yet so humanly weak.
Of course, miko aesthetics have already been used as onahole illustrations in the past, notably one of the Bumpy Sisters. There’s quite a bunch of fantasies to have with a miko, for example purifying you from the “stress-daemon” who possessed you ?
“Shrine Maiden’s First Time”, eh ? You’re maybe the shrine headmaster teaching your student how to cope with her horniness… I love the illustration, it has so many meanings and is simply beautiful.
Let’s open the box !
Nothing unusual with ToysHeart products: a plastic tray to keep the onahole in place, a small bag of Vanessa & Co lube (enough for 2-3 uses), and of course the onahole itself.
The onahole is made of TPE (thermoplastic elastomer), ToysHeart made a really good material quality here: it has barely any smell, it barely gets sticky or oily, yet it’s sturdy and flexible. It’s similar to their “Love Skin” material type. Worth noting however: unlike most of their products, ToysHeart outsourced the production of that onahole: it’s made in China.
165mm in length, 65mm in width, it has 135mm tunnel length and weights 230g.
Out of the 3 onaholes of that series, Shrine Maiden’s First Time is the one with the most realistic inner structures. I mean, you can really see they did an effort with the inside, a narrow love tunnel with plenty random little ribs and nodes. However it lacks a suction chamber / cervix / uterus opening. It’s simply mimicking the natural vagina with a very complex plastic landscape.
That. Onahole. Is. Tight. ?
Should I made a top 5 of the most tight onaholes I’ve used so far, this one really ranks high. It’s tightness is close to what Virgin Age Admission achieves, strangling your shaft and bullying your glans as it resists to every stroke you make. It doesn’t really want you in there, it tries to push you out with strength. I tried using it a few times when I had a “soft boner”, and it really didn’t go well. And once inside, tightening around your dick, it prevents it from getting any harder by preventing the blood inflow. Make sure to get rock hard before inserting your junk into that onahole !
But how’s the feeling ? It’s good, it really feels good to feel every little structure wrapping the glans as you slide in, or when you roll it around your meatpole. One thing worth noting: it gets so tight it pushes the lube out from it, which will make long fapping sessions more difficult. It doesn’t want you to take your time and just wants you to cum already and pull out. Kinda breaks the lascivious miko fantasy ?
For cleaning, there’s no specific steps to take: just the usual for onaholes, rinsing out the stuff, soaping in and out, rubbing it clean, rinsing again, patting it dry. It’s surface remains rather smooth, thus rubbing powder on it’s outside is not really necessary.
Is it worth the price ? For a ToysHeart product of this kind, I say yes. Even for the variable performance, it’s still okay. But the lower price “comes for a price”: it’s not made in Japan. Should toys made in China have much success because of the lower production price, then ToysHeart will be tempted to drop any manufacture in homeland Japan. Let’s face it: China has much less worker safety laws and rules, and poor chemical waste recycling causes lots of pollution with massive consequences on people’s health. Ethically, I’d rather pay $5 more for safer domestic manufacturing. Or production made by robots with less humans involved. Take your personal choice 🙂