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Wakamezake (Japanese: わかめ酒), also called wakame sake and seaweed sake, is a sexual act involving drinking alcohol from a woman's body. The woman closes her legs tight enough that the triangle between the thighs and Mound of Venus form a cup, and then pours sake down her chest into this triangle. Her partner then drinks the sake from there. The name comes from the idea that the woman's pubic hair in the sake resembles soft seaweed (wakame) floating in the sea. In human anatomy, the mons veneris (Latin, mound of Venus), is the soft mound of flesh just over the vulva in females (more generally in mammals it is called the mons pubis), raised above the surrounding area due to a pad of fat lying just beneath it. ... Sake barrels at Itsukushima Shrine. ... Binomial name Undaria pinnatifida (Harvey) Suringar, 1873 Wakame ), Undaria pinnatifida, is a type of edible kelp. ...
It is similar to Nyotaimori (eating sushi off of a woman's body), and similarly uncommon. Nyotaimori (Japanese: å¥³ä½çã, female body presentation), often referred to as body sushi, is the practice of eating sashimi or sushi from the body of a woman, typically nude. ...
How to do a proper wakame sake
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