Hi guys, this is Aoshiso!

In this sixth article of our Japanese Nightlife Series, I am going to talk about an adult shop called Condomania, where you can get quality Japanese adult items.

What kind of shop is Condomania?

Condomania is in Tokyo's Harajuku pop culture hub. It is where shops selling tapioca milk tea, the drink that has taken Japan by storm, are concentrated. Condomania is easily recognizable for its chic exterior! It is so smart that you cannot imagine it is filled with adult products inside.

A warm welcome by the lovely character at the entrance! It is obviously the mascot of Condomania.

The shop is bright with tasteful brick walls! Enjoy shopping for condoms from Japan and overseas.  

This original T-shirt is also cute! The logo says “Harajuku” in Japanese.

Condomania feels homely, not at all sleazy, so you can freely browse and buy adult products with your friends or your partner.

Cute original Condomania items!

Check out the original condoms if you are at Condomania – they are cute but practical, and perfectly good as souvenirs! Now, let’s look at some of the store's exclusive goods.

Sunrise (pack of 6)

They come in a box printed with the mascot Condomania, a standard, classic choice.

Sense range; peach flavor (pack of 4)

Peach-flavored condoms. The pack looks so wholesome and cute, which makes these great as gifts for friends!

Sense range; strawberry flavor (pack of 3 )

The strawberry-flavored version of the same range. The packaging is humorous as well.

Sense range; orange juice and chocolate (pack of 3)

They look like miniature juice cartons, simply adorable! There are two choices: orange and chocolate. What about slipping one into your bag as…?

Lollipop condom

A condom with a smiley face packaged to look like a sugar candy lollipop. It makes a great gift!

So, how was that? Condomania is full of lovely original items! The made-in-Japan condoms are especially popular among international visitors. Come and pick your fun choice!

Information

  • Address: 6-6-8, Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo

  • Business hours: 11:00 am – 09:30 pm
  • How to get there: 3-min walk from Meiji Jingumae station, subway Chiyoda line; or 10-min walk from Harajuku station, JR Yamanote line

Index