The latest from Japan is… pretty much exactly what we’ve come to expect from the Land of the Reclining Sexbots:
The so-called “tranquility chair” has an upper half with arms that wrap around the sitter.
But those long arms don’t scare away birds, they embrace humans affectionately, the New York Daily News reports. UniCare, the company that created the cheer-inducing chair, is selling it in Japan for around $419.
“It makes you feel safe,” a UniCare spokesperson said, according to Oddity Central. “Anyone can use it, but it is designed for older people.”
Eventually Japan will be populated by nothing but sexbots sitting in hugging chairs.