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Japan’s first naked restaurant opens this summer, but it’s not going to be any fun. The Telegraph reports that the Amrita will be open for reservations July 29 in Tokyo; however, before eager horny tourists try to make a night of naked dining part of their Japanese adventure, check to see if they’ll let your unsightly American body in.

Naturists, advocates of social nudity, practice body positivity and inclusivity. Needless to say, the ethos behind the Amrita varies from that of the Burning Man crowd. Anyone who wishes to dine at the establishment must not be 33 lbs over the average weight for height, and the management reserves the right to cart out a scale should they suspect a patron’s body is breaking the rule. According to Rocket News 24, the average weight for Japanese women is 115 lbs, and 149 lbs for men.

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Even if you meet the weight requirements, don’t show up if you have ink. Japanese society is avoidant of tattoos in general, for their association with the Yakuza organized crime group. This tattoo no-no rule comes as encouraging news for the young American crowd. At least somewhere in the world our moderate collections of shoddy ink are still considered taboo.

Putting aside the turnoff of discrimination, the unsexiest element of the “naked” dining experience is that patrons aren’t even actually naked, but must wear paper underwear given upon arrival, assumably an sanitary issue.

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If you’re visiting Tokyo and looking to have a nice meal in your underwear, order room service and let it all hang out in your own undies. Except then you’d miss “Men’s Show” put on at Amirta, but that’s what your bootleg copy of “Magic Mike” is for.

Source  I Am Bored

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