By Mac Leave a Comment. If there is one thing I try to do in each country I visit it's get naked in a public setting that and eat at a McDonald's. In Japan this task can be accomplished with relative ease and without pesky legal fallout. Ironically these same onsens are what gave rise to Godzilla — fun fact.
Did you know about Japan’s annual Naked Festival?
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Contact us now. Founders Update: Important news about the future of Flash Pack. It takes a certain kind of bravery to swing open the door of your changing room cubicle completely starkers. So it was for me in Japan. When I asked what they were, her reply was… not entirely enticing.
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Facebook Twitter Email. CNN — This time a year ago, thousands gathered for Japan's annual Hadaka Matsuri -- also popularly known as the "Naked Festival"-- in Okayama prefecture in the southern part of Honshu island. In today's climate of social distancing, the video highlights from last year's event see above are a surreal reminder of how much has changed since then. And this year was no exception. But the Covid pandemic has cast its long shadow over proceedings, forcing organizers to pare things down significantly.
Facebook Twitter Email. The event, called "Hadaka Matsuri" in Japanese, is a wild and raucous festival held every year on the third Saturday of February at the Saidaiji Kannonin Temple, about a minute train ride from Okayama city. But the 10, or so male participants aren't as naked as the festival's name suggests.