The things that stuck in my head about it were:
・It only had options for close up pictures.
・No patterned backgrounds or frames, you take the pictures then choose the colours.
・All black inside the booth.
・Less stamps (maybe?) I think less cutesy ones for sure.
Here are the pictures we took:
And for comparison (and because they were pretty!) the ones from Pinkiss we took at the same time:
Both sets were taken with the skin tone set one lighter than the recommended setting.
Does the Lady By Tokyo purikura look less processed? I think it does, not by loads but enough so that the pictures look a little cooler and more grown-up. I think that's the market niche this machine is going for so it seems to work!
I'll be writing a full review when the machine comes to my city.
Oh, they also had BF Manual 2 there but we didn't have time to take it. :(