Just as the likes of Sony and Samsung can’t afford to standstill for fear of being caught by the field, Japanese plastic partner pioneer Orient Industry is equally keen on keeping ahead of the competition.The only difference being that Orient happens to have silicone rather than silicon inside its products that’s all.
And with the Tokyo based company’s dolls now being rented out to customers and used as hotel â€˜extras’, not to mention those bought by individuals, a few fresh faces will no doubt help boost sales and increase the number of visitors to its showroom.
Meaning that those willing to make the journey will be able to feast their eyes on four new additions to the Candy Girl family. For starters there’s the decidedly melancholy looking Miku.
And a similarly miserable Meg.
Then there’s the rather thoughtful and ringlet sporting Rei.
With the last one being Kira, who looks like a kid. And not a very old one at that.
Yet despite some technological and texture related revisions, the price of a doll hasn’t changed at all. Although at an average of 600,000 yen (4,900 dollars) each, it’s perhaps just as well.
A link to Orient Industry’s homepage can be found here, although it has to be said that venturing anywhere beyond the main page is definitely not safe for work. In fact, getting caught perusing some of the pages could result in some awkward conversations with concerned (and possibly disturbed) colleagues.
More safe for work images can be seen at dannychoo.com where this info originated.