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This Japanese Dating Sim Aims to Help Women Choose Comfy Bras and Underwear To Sleep Better

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Wacoal is one of Japan’s biggest lingerie companies, so its employees have to have some sort of idea as to what women like. At the very least they know what makes women feel comfortable. According to a survey Wacoal performed, over 20 percent of women have difficulty sleeping because of their breasts will move about during the night. Wacoal designed a special bra to help alleviate this problem (a very real issue for some of us, I might add), which has ended up inspiring a romance game featuring handsome men who want to help you drift off to sleep.

It’s called Karemin, a portmanteau of “boyfriend” (kareshi) and “sleep” (suimin), and it follows a young woman, presumably you if you’re playing, who ends up taking a class on how to get a better night’s sleep. As fate would have it, she finds herself thrust into the arms of four young and attractive instructors from the seminar who school her in selecting comfortable bras and pajama sets, helpful techniques to help her sleep, and pillow talk to help her relax and fall asleep. They’ll even wake her up in the morning, which is all kinds of adorable if you ask me.

There are several different characters, ranging from the childhood friend type named Yuya Yoshida, the younger brother Asahi Kawahara, Wacoal lingerie designer Kei Kimura, pop star Miyabi Sayo, and their manager Hayato Shinonome. They’re all lookers, of course, because we wouldn’t have it any other way, and the game is free on iOS and Android. Unfortunately, it’s only available in Japanese, so you can download it and play around with it, but if you don’t speak Japanese, its intended purpose might fall flat. Still, if you have trouble sleeping and want to give it a try, it may prove useful. Hey, hot anime boys though!

Check out the trailer and let us know if you can take their sexy voices.

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