Wednesday, March 9, 2011

The Japanese Art of Sex


Last week I posted about e-books and how older books can find a new home on the digital page: Naughty Paris a la Kindle.

I also talked about my non-fiction book, The Japanese Art of Sex: How to Tease, Seduce and Pleasure the Samurai in Your Bedroom, in the comments section also find finding its way recently into e-books after being released a few years ago.

Which made me remember a funny video I made about the day my book (not me!) made its debut on Playboy TV...

The show was called "69 Sexy Things 2 Do Before You Die"--segments around the world featuring sexy models and hunky guys doing all sorts of well, sexy things...my "Japanese Art of Sex" book was chosen as the resource for a segment called "Dining on Naked Sushi."

Yes, naked sushi--an erotic version of the three-martini lunch where the model's nude body is the blue plate special. (Delicacies, flowers, etc. are placed on the model's body and diners use chopsticks to pick their favorites.)

I was invited to visit the set in a beautiful home outside Los Angeles, where I was interviewed by the producer for the "talking points" and script that would be used by the actors on the show.

I filmed a short podcast of my adventures in the valley with the producer and the crew. Here it is:


The Blonde Geisha on Location from Jina on Vimeo.

Lunch, anyone?

6 comments:

Wynter Daniels said...

Thanks for sharing this - looks like you had fun!

Michelle Polaris said...

What a great background for the segment! I hope you enjoyed it.

Dalton Diaz said...

I swear, I think I saw the show! It's very familiar.

What's really ironic is that I spent my day today loading up on stuff to make Sushi this Fri. We will, however, be eating it off plates.

Jina Bacarr said...

Wynter, you're welcome! I spent a lot of time preparing talking points about naked sushi...I should post them. I think you would all enjoy them!

Jina Bacarr said...

It was the executive producer's home--very beautifully decorated.

Jina Bacarr said...

Dalton--here's the premise from the show on Playboy TV--a gal hires a "naked sushi" model to surprise her boyfriend: it gives the term "threesome" a whole new meaning.

Enjoy your sushi!