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Australia has banned the import of adult anime media and products, including hentai, into the country.
This new ban was first reported by popular Japan-based online anime retailer J-List, who informed their customers on October 14th that Australia is
killing off any chance of adult anime entering the county so he shop has had to stop shipping there. The retailer explained:
DHL Japan called us last week, informing us that Australian customs have started rejecting
packages containing any adult product. They then advised us to stop sending adult products to the country. Following that, current Australian orders with adult items in them were returned to us this week.
J-List then stated that adult
items banned by Australian customs include onaholes, hentai manga, doujinshi, cast-off figures, JAV DVDs, and any product marked with a +18 symbol on the product's thumbnail.