Japanese Speedskater Miho Takagi’s Revealing Uniform

From Mop:

Japanese Post-90s generation speed-skater’s “see-through outfit” shocks everyone

Beijing Time February 11 news, 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics, the 15-year-old athlete and new member of the Japanese team has once again made waves, this time not because of her representing her country at such a young age, but because the appearance of her “see-through” competition outfit at the Vancouver training grounds has incited a great uproar.

She is Japanese speedskater Miho Takagi.

Japanese speed-skater Miho Takagi wearing black g-string underwear at 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics

Miho Takagi, Japanese speed skater revealing g-string underwear at 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics

Japanese speed skater Miho Takagi at 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver with underwear showing through her competition uniform

Japanese speed-skater Miho Takagi at 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics

Miho Takagi of Japan at Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics

Japan speedskater Miho Takagi at 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics

Speed skater Miho Takagi from Japan at 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics

Comments from Mop:

午夜甩鸡鸡:

It must be said, Japanese people really are geniuses!! Really!!! Yet another AV world seedling, though a bit ugly, but still very awesome!!! It seems the birthplace of AV is different after all, their sex education indeed advanced, with a new generation of AV stars are about to rise in the footsteps of Ran Asakawa and Maria Ozawa

干嚼泡面:

I spent half the day looking at her chest, only to realize the highlight was her pants…

骑驴听歌:

This way the judges’ eyes will be focused on the crotch area, and she can foul with her upper body. A very good tactic!

葫芦猫:

Truly Japanese.

极地动物:

How come we can’t see the guy’s thing? Too small.

莪訆二丫:

Calm down calm down, can Japan compare with China?

ssne:

We need to trust that there is nothing the post-90s generation won’t do.

告诉全世界XLG:

People from that “country”…no one needs to be surprised…

山雄水柔1:

I am not worthy of the ** University that raised me for so many years!
Because, I am already hard!

yin痒快线:

Ma de“, too dangerous, I say, little girl, you cannot get wet, lest you freeze…

神都带不动:

It must be an advertisement, Japan’s AV companies are too smart.

2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics, Japanese speed-skater Miho Takagi

When this news was posted on Tiexue, the title of the post was “Wherever Japanese people go is wherever Japanese people lose face” [Japanese embarrass themselves wherever they go].

Japanese speed-skater Miho Takagi

Japan's Miho Takagi

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  • jk

    The Japanese are cool!

  • Typhoon

    dang. i was staring at the picture, trying to figure out why it is transparent. indeed, the focus is not on her boobs

  • zammo hung

    THIRD!!!

    To represent one’s country at the Olympics is a true accolade indeed.

    Well done Cameltoe-gate girl. Well done.

  • Smack

    She must have got her outfit idea from Superman, who wears his briefs on the outside, no need to hide.

  • MilkDrinker

    It looks like the guy in the 4th picture seems to have the same design. I can not seem to find pictures of other Japanese competitors to confirm this.

  • Yah Rite

    Yes, just to reconfirm for you people… it is not see-through. That’s just the design of the outfit. The mens’ look the same, and if you actually saw the event, you’d have seen competitors strip off the outer part of the suit after the race. It has a black full-length undergarment underneath, and the suit is clearly NOT clear.

    But hey, bring on more Japanese bashing from people who know nothing about the country. The same country that didn’t allow one of its snowboarders to be in the opening ceremony because he didn’t look presentable enough? Come on people. Give it a rest.

    • LOLZ

      “The same country that didn’t allow one of its snowboarders to be in the opening ceremony because he didn’t look presentable enough? Come on people.”

      Hmm no. People got upset with this guy because during the media appearance he said something like “fuck whatever, I am sorry” when questioned about his sloppy attire.

  • Alan

    the dude abides!!

  • Chinglish

    Japanese too have gifts(日本人太有才了)!

    Yeah,I totally agree with 騎驢聽歌.Isn’t that a clever tactic?The referees’ attention was completely or partly drawn by the athelets’ semi-transparent G-strings.

  • Foreign

    I’m just waiting for people to start posting racist coments about japanese

  • beowulf

    Now I get it why Pedobear is one of the 2010 Vancouver Olympics mascots. ;-)

    http://www.boingboing.net/2010/02/06/pedobear-official-ma.html

  • FYIADragoon

    At least the Japanese tell us the age of their athletes :P

  • The One

    Too bad i did not see their training,c’on guys it just fashion, next we will see people competing naked. sexy outfit though…hahaha

    • LOLZ

      In original olympics people are all nekkid. Of course, all of the audience as well as participants were also men. It was basically a major gay gladiator fest.

  • http://没有.cn.com kedafu

    日语

    onano
    nandeo!
    加油 、、、中文、、、

  • http://www.lolsauce.com/RandomBS/Pedo%20bear.png PedoBear

    She is too old!

    • Alikese

      Not funny.

      Wasn’t funny this time, wasn’t funny last time, won’t be funny next time.

      • http://www.lolsauce.com/RandomBS/Pedo%20bear.png PedoBear

        Just for you, I’ll make sure to keep it coming.

  • GermanChinese

    Japan isn’t good at Olympics, even South Korea is better today.

    China is, of course, da best of Asia.

    • Jeremiah

      Actually, South Korea is leading China in both the Gold medal count, and total medal count. But hey, whatever floats your boat.

      Or maybe you wanna compare GDPs per capita? Nah, you don’t wanna do that either, do you?

      What about average income rates per capita? Nah. You don’t want that. Trust me.

      I know… how about a nice cup of STFU instead?

      • Mike

        Lol, come on now, it’s the winter olympics, why don’t you compare yourself to canada or something. Remember in Beijing, China led in Gold.

        If Americans didn’t help the Koreans, where would they be now?

  • http://gwyn24th opensights

    There is something very pleasantly sexy and demure about attractive Japanese women, more so than other countries women.

  • miya

    this is disgusting.

  • 王老吉

    Just to think about that under that suit there is probably a huge bush, ARGH!

    • miya

      i dont think i want to know this haa

    • Foreign

      japanese are hairless

      • 王老吉

        Have u ever googled japanese porn?

        • SLX

          Something wrong with pubic hair?
          If you wash it everyday it will not smell bad at all if you didn’t know.

    • tins of sardines

      Correction: HUGE TUFT

    • true american

      Hopefully it is shaved and smooth.

  • too yellow

    well, girls in spandex (or floppy short skirt as in figure skating) is the mean draw of the event, isn’t it? otherwise what’s the point of watching WO (if you not into hockey)

  • heh

    If you’ve seen them warming up for their runs, you can see that they have many more layers underneath…so it’s not see through at all…

  • Smack

    No way a Muslim nation is going to send their women to compete in these sports. Their women must be modestly covered up.

    • Tins of sardines

      Haha… imagine that. Darth Vader in a frock hitting the moguls.

  • amber lamps

    I guarantee you that Soft On Demand will pick her up in 3 years.

  • http://gwyn24th opensights

    I run marathons and half marathons as a hobby. It is sights like this that speeds the miles away.
    On the London marathon two years ago I got ten miles out of one of them! Never noticed the miles nor the fatigue.

  • cmfeirs

    I’m just glad to see the bias of the summer games hosted in Beijing gone for good. CCP must have spent alot to guarantee those golds. Must not have enough left to keep it going this time around. 2008 SO will be remembered as the worst Olympics of all time.

  • RaMa09

    There was on girl from North Korea who looked far far worse than this Japanese girl.

  • kimboslice

    now I am finally interested in speed skating.

  • http://i39.tinypic.com/rt3qdz.jpg Victor Straight Ballin

    Japanese camel toe comes to life.

  • SLX

    ….I just dont see anything wrong with it….???

    You cant expect them to wear a hard piece to cover it…

  • blaeh

    I am not worthy of the ** University that raised me for so many years!
    Because, I am already hard!

    Huh? An university raised him?

    • Daphie

      It was not properly translated. He just mean after years of education, he still has a [dirty worm] in his mind…
      She is probably the Olympics representative for AV industry in Japan, who all Chinese people should thank for their important educational role.

  • Joe Banks

    That is some sweet, sweet kung pao pussy.

  • I love Camel Toe

    I love her outfit!
    It is awesome!

    This is pretty tame, in fact, really what is wrong with her outfit?

    There are plenty of other sports which reveal way more.

  • ryan

    miho’s uniform doesn’t show enough :(

  • ryan

    i want miho be myho.

  • Keith

    its ok that miho showin us her camel-toe. but what’s up with the guy with his mangina?
    anyway, i wanna stick my penis into her spandex for a year until it rips a hole and i know i did good.

  • anne

    The guy next to her has the same problem, yet no one complains. Sexist double standards.

  • VeerLeft

    Earth to tards… the outfit is no more revealing than the other speed skaters…it is also less sexual than the figure skaters showing their fanny to the whole world. The summer olympics is even worse. How much diver and synchronized swimmer pussy have you seen? Lots.
    The material is the absolute thinnest it can be. So that the friction and the energy that it takes to bend and stretch it is less. I doubt that ANY of the idiots who wrote this blatant anit-JAP propoganda have EVER competed in a sport that requires efficiency.

    Japanese engineering= attention to detail
    Chinese ‘engineering’= attention to profit margin

    • Daphie

      I dont understand how you think this post is anti-Japan or even propoganda. Cant CHinese even enjoy some women’s T-back?
      We like it, we talk about it, unlike some either sexual cold or man with Irish priest syndrome.

  • notmensa

    It’s NOT a g-string – it’s the fabric & seams of the suit.
    Look at photos of Teruhiro Sugimori, a male skater in the same team:
    http://uk.eurosport.yahoo.com/21022010/2/photo/21022010011006.html

  • Zorg

    And again there’s that jealous bitching about the post-90s being a tiny bit more free in their behavior…

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  • Mai Ting Long

    That’s a crotch warmer!

  • true american

    One should be proud of one’s country and their athletes. Those who train so hard daily should be honored for their dedication to sport and country!

  • true american

    Some many beautiful women to love and so few years to do it in. “Sigh!”

  • http://www.cn4fun.com china 4 fun

    common ppls rather than making it hype here .. it’s not only her… any one in this outfit will same see this pics male’s outfit

    http://www.chinasmack.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/02/japanese-speedskater-miho-takagi-g-string-underwear-2010-vancouver-winter-olympics-05.jpg

  • Johny-5

    fools.. it’s part of the uniform as the man’s uniform has the same design, just u can’t see as well from the photos cause he’s wearing a shirt.

  • BaldBird

    Revealing? Get rid of the thong, then it would be revealing.

  • Nicholas I

    Thank you, Japan, for all you have given the world!

  • http://没有.cn.com kedafu

    You are still here? 看看上边 个

    do you know what the DSMV5 is?

    lets take this off the internet rome coliseum

    and into the real world!

    like I said before

    anytime!
    anywhere!

    your in China right?

    牛比!

  • blaeh

    Are jews a race…? No? Well, then, according to your logic, Nazis weren’t racists.

  • Alikese

    Guys, look: Cripple Fight!

  • Anon

    Come on- I think some of those gymnasts were underaged too (I don’t recall the evidence against it, but personally, I don’t give a damn what records say, knowing that my wife’s records have her a year older than she really is to get her into kindergarten earlier, and that this apparently isn’t uncommon) but you kind of justify Chinese triumphalism about the 2008 Olympics by being a sore loser by suggesting that their WO performance shows that the fix was in in Summer. The developing world is largely crowded out of the WO for obvious reasons, China’s lack of domination there doesn’t prove anything but the fact that things like skiing and snowboarding are only just starting to get a foothold in China.

    If you want to shrug off China’s Olympic success, think of it this way- US Olympic athletes receive no government funding, while the Chinese government (correct me if I have some details wrong) runs a national sports machine that puts kids on the path to “earning glory for the motherland” at an early age. As far as I’m concerned (albeit as someone who doesn’t care about sports at all, though I enjoy a lot of the Winter Olympics- especially now that I have a DVR), this has nothing to do with what sport is supposed to be about. So if the US loses to that, so what. And really, while I’m not going to act like I don’t pull for US athletes, in the end, the performance of some individuals is not something to wave our collective national dicks around over.

  • 你是猪

    Not everything can be related to “Chinese people”. Obviously you’re not looking for every reason to bash Chinese people and your opinion is completely unbias……..NOT

    Only show that Chinese people have every right to talk shit about U.S, they can make all the misassumption they want about the U.S. God knows we endured yours

  • Johny-5

    u should have watched a little longer before making ur comments, dummy :-D

  • LOLZ

    “If you want to shrug off China’s Olympic success, think of it this way- US Olympic athletes receive no government funding, while the Chinese government (correct me if I have some details wrong) runs a national sports machine that puts kids on the path to “earning glory for the motherland” at an early age.”

    For people to push their bodies beyond their limits, ultimately it comes down to incentives. Of course nothing can compete with the US’ athletics business model. Upon winning the Olympics you are expected to get millions in endorsements. Shaun White the gold medalist snowboarder made 8 million USD last year. Sports in the US is a multi-billion dollar enterprise with sports stars making far more than CEOs fortune 500 companies.

    The difference between China and the US is that in the US parents send their 3 year old kids to train in sports like gymnastics for the $$$ instead of glory of the motherland. If China’s private sector can come up with $10M/yr per popular Olympic athlete you can bet that China medals will surge too.

  • Anon

    As absurd as the money involved in sport can be, personal profit is a more honorable goal than some misplaced (and somewhat disturbing) idea of “glory for the motherland” in my opinion. By the way, Chinese athletes make plenty in endorsements as far as I know, and I really doubt that the, say, curling team or snowboarders were pushed into their respective sport by parents hungry for endorsement moneys.

  • LOLZ

    Are you saying that the Chinese athletes’ goals to win are somehow less honorable than say, American athletes? That’s silly if not plain bigoted since you have no idea why the Chinese athletes do what they do. Nor do you know any of the athletes well enough to know whether their personal goals are “misplaced” or not. And don’t tell me the US media does not use Olympics wins to fan nationalism just as the Chinese government does.

    The original word “athlete” in greek means “the one who gets the prize”. Ancient athletes pushed their bodies to the limit for personal monetary gains. That certainly have not changed today. In the US, every sport, even curling has sponsors. Private companies pick up the tab to support the athletes as part of their marketing budget. In China such mechanisms do not exist. If the government does not pick up the tab who will?

    The current generation of snowboarders were not pushed into the sport, but the athletes are certainly provided with enough incentives to try harder in the US than anywhere else in the world. The result is obvious.

  • Anon

    Maybe “honorable” was not the best choice of words. I’m not making any judgment of individual athletes or their motivations (I’m sure Chinese athletes are as much about the money as anybody), and I don’t have a problem with government subsidies for athletics- I just don’t have that much admiration for a government-run athletics mill operated as a big national face project, especially considering, from what I’ve read, how much people who are part of it give up. I appreciate the skills of the individual athletes just as much, but I don’t care much for the approach.

    I also don’t care for US nationalism around the Olympics, but honestly, I don’t see that the coverage has been too bad in that regard this year. Yes, “USA, USA” is dumb, but it doesn’t creep me out like talk about 祖國 and 中華民族 do. I don’t think this is purely “China threat” projection on my part, the talk in 2008 was just… ugh.

  • Alikese

    Well said……… NOT

  • 你是猪

    your mom thought so last night, she told me after I gave her the 5 dollar bill

  • Daphie

    According to your logic, Chinese killed millions of Japanese like Nazis did to Jews. Absurd.

  • bluah

    Huh, what? I was replying to ‘Capt. WED’.

  • Tins of sardines

    Ah, you couldn’t resist the ‘your mama’ comment. Sorry, but you lose. Do not pass go and do not collect $200.

  • 你是猪

    his argument was “well said ….. NO”!! what other counter argument could I possibly have. How can it not come down to insults. What “win” and “loose” is there any that point, idiot

  • tins of sardines

    Your mama is loose.

  • 你是猪

    haha, 你祖宗十八代都是狗娘养的

  • Tins of sardines

    是吗? 我刚才看到了你奶奶的照片在凌迟的论坛。 看了一个人砍掉了她的馒头,胳膊和头。 我笑个不停。 至少我的祖先没有被切成一块一块的。

    我觉得你可以用她的肉作好吃的香肠… mmmm sausage.

  • 你是猪

    喔无所谓啊, 总比是狗好。 至少我奶奶还活到可以当奶奶, 她还是人。 狗能活几岁, 蠢。

  • Tins of sardines

    Epic fail on your comeback.

    I was warned never to get in a shit sling with a Chinese… It always ends up in tears. Theirs, not mine.

    Reply when you have something cutting and witty. I will give you one more try.

  • Tins of sardines

    ooooh did someone say cripple? Count me in. I won’t be kicking anyones ass though… maybe slapsies.

  • Tins of sardines

    Capt. WED.

    That was actually kind of funny. +1

  • http://没有.cn.com kedafu

    we got one thing in common,

    if this website gets “harmonized” or shut down…

    we will both be pissed off… 对不对??

    the 东北 in me says “fuck you”

    the Marine in me says “semper fi”

    wumen 4am ….

    you got to do better than that…

  • tins of sardines

    Capt. WED.

    What the? 2 for 2. +1

  • Jeremiah

    Or what, tough guy? You gonna bust another CAPSlock in my ass? You e-thugs kill me. Challenging people to fights and shit.

  • Jeremiah

    Sorry, bro. My apologies.

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