Under pressure from religious fundamentalists who object to adult magazines, the parent company of the nationwide 7-Eleven convenience store chain said Thursday that it will stop selling Playboy Author: JUBE SHIVER Jr. Jan 21, 2019 · 7-Eleven and Lawson convenience stores in Japan will no longer sell adult magazines come this summer. The move was announced on Monday in preparation for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games in hopes of.
Jan 22, 2019 · However, something that’s about to get much harder to find at Japanese convenience stores is adult magazines. 7-Eleven Japan has announced that it is planning to phase out sales of porno mags at its roughly 20,000 locations across Japan. The company has given two reasons for the change. Jan 22, 2019 · By the end of August, 2019, 15,000 out of 20,000 7-Eleven shops in Japan will stop selling hentai magazines and adult comics on their store shelves due .
Apr 11, 1986 · Southland Corp. said Thursday it would stop selling Playboy, Penthouse and Forum magazines at its large 7-Eleven chain of convenience stores out of concern about a possible link between ``adult Author: Charles Storch. Jan 22, 2019 · At Seven-Eleven shops, numbering around 20,000 across Japan, adult magazines account for less than 1 percent of total sales, industry experts estimate. Lawson stopped selling such magazines at outlets in Okinawa Prefecture in November 2017.Author: KYODO NEWS.
Two of the country's biggest convenience store chains have vowed to stop selling adult magazines. 7-Eleven Japan Co. and Lawson Inc. announced the move on Tuesday, indicating they would stop Author: Dan Cancian. Jan 21, 2019 · Here in Japan, the era of buying adult magazines in convenience stores seems to be coming to an end. 7-Eleven, one of the largest convenience stores chains in the country, began pulling adult-oriented magazines from its racks January 21. By .
Apr 12, 1986 · The parent company of the 7-Eleven stores has announced it will stop selling adult magazines, and fundamentalist religious leaders immediately ended a boycott of the establishments.Author: UPI.