Oh, Japan! - Gacha Love Letters... From School Girls

Oh... oh, Japan... We need to talk about your obsession with school girls.

Gacha machines are the Japanese equivalent of those prize machines that you see at grocery stores, arcades, and cheap restaurants that are filled with slap bracelets and temporary tattoos. Except, in Japan, they're filled with.. well.. just about anything and everything that can reasonably fit inside a small, plastic egg. And a new gacha hitting the streets of Japan is filled with letters... from school girls. Well.. school girl (singular), named Kiki (I guess her delivery service didn't pan out).

For 200 Yen ($1.77 USD), you can receive a "letter from Kiki" to do with as you will. The letters are, mostly, what you might imagine - loving, doting notes from an imaginary girlfriend (or boyfriend, depending on what you imagine Kiki's gender to be). But, Kiki can have a sadistic side, as a note on the machine encourages buyers to "put the note in [their] friend's shoe cubby/locker."

The messages, however, only get weirder from there. Some even get downright yandere-tastic.

Still, it might just be worth 200 Yen to witness your friend/co-worker finding this in their locker.

Source: RocketNews24
Image Credit: @higebozu72

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