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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. They sport a minimal amount of clothing; usually a Japanese loincloth called a "fundoshi" and a pair of white socks called "tabi. The festival, which celebrates the blessings of a bountiful harvest, prosperity and fertility, starts at around p.
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Travelling is about embracing new experiences. In Japan that can mean leaving your clothes, along with your comfort zone, in a neat pile far behind. Japanese onsens, or communal hot springs, adhere to ancient traditions which include bathing naked. While some visitors find it challenging, the enticements are hard to resist. Hot springs are an enormously pleasurable way to relax — especially after a big day of skiing. They also offer health benefits and an insight into Japanese culture. Japan is said to have more hot springs than any country on earth.
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It is a must-visit experience for any tourists traveling through the west of Japan. Roughly translating to the "Naked Festival", it features over nine thousand men running around, clad only in a loincloth, splashing around in frigid water, chasing a Shingi stick. Amazingly enough, this scene of bedlam does have historical and religious significance. Why are they naked, and what are they doing?
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There was no question as to whether I was going to visit a traditional Japanese onsen during my trip. Onsen is a natural hot spring bath, with steaming water — rich with minerals that are said to be beneficial for the body and mind — that originates from volcanoes. As a volcanically active country, Japan has thousands of onsen scattered throughout. The water must contain at least one of the 19 designated chemical elements that naturally occur in hot spring water and at least 25C to officially be considered an onsen. There are different types of Japanese onsen that you can visit — mixed gender, single sex, private, communal, outdoor called rotenburo and indoor sento, an everyday kind of public bathhouse.
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