They call her the Butt Craftswoman, but it’s the place where she parks her backside that has people excited today.

Yuka Kuramochi is sort of an anomaly in the Japanese sexy gravure modeling world. While most of the industry’s top stars can thank their top-heavy figures for their success, it’s Kuramochi’s curvaceous hindquarters that have won over her fanbase.

The 27-year-old Chiba Prefecture native is a regular contributor to swimsuit model selfie site Jigadoribu, with her posterior prominently featured in her photos and videos, such as the one below where she sports a smartphone case styled like a classic NES controller. She’s even been dubbed the “Shirishokunin,” or “Butt Craftswoman.”

So when you hear that Kuramochi’s fans have been enjoying looking at pictures of her home bathroom, you might suspect their interest to be of the prurient nature, steeped in a reverence for the indirect proximity to her backside. That’s not the case, though, as Kuramochi simply has created an awesome Dragon Quest-themed bathroom.

It’s not just the Slime plushies, slippers, and decorative figures that create the role-playing game atmosphere either. The faux brick walls, hanging imitation vegetation, and grass-lookalike mat and toilet cover all produce an environment that looks like the setting of a scene in the long-running fantasy video game series, with the high-tech washlet toilet control panel being just about the only reminder that this is a real place in modern Japan.

Kuramochi’s love of video game aesthetics isn’t limited to her phone or bathroom, either, as she’s also got a Super Mario motif going with her living room sofa cushions.

Appreciative comments about Kuramochi’s Dragon Quest bathroom have included:

“That’s so awesome it’s afflicting me with paralyzed status.”
“Wow! That actually turned out really cute.”
“Fantastic interior design sense.”
“This would turn going to the bathroom into a really fun experience.”
“I’d love to play Dragon Quest while doing my business in that bathroom.”
“Wait, where did you buy the Mimic treasure chest monsters?”

While Kuramoto herself hasn’t said where she amassed the building blocks of her fantasy throne room, if you’re looking to create one of your own, the Artnia gift shop, managed by Dragon Quest publisher Square Enix, would be a good place to start.

Source: Twitter/@yukakuramoti via Jin
Featured image: Twitter/@yukakuramoti