"Minimal Mosaic" refers to a technique used in Japanese adult films to censor explicit content while minimizing the obstruction of the viewing experience. Unlike traditional mosaic censorship, which heavily pixelates or blurs sensitive areas, minimal mosaic employs a lighter form of pixelation or blurring, allowing for greater visibility of the depicted anatomy or sexual acts. This approach aims to comply with censorship regulations while still providing viewers with a clearer depiction of the content. Minimal mosaic censorship is often preferred by viewers who seek a balance between compliance with obscenity laws and maintaining the integrity of the visual experience

Minimal Mosaic

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