No Fatties Allowed at This Japanese Naked Restaurant

The Amrita opens in Tokyo next month. The establishment will be Japan’s first “naked restaurant” following the success of similar ones in London and Melbourne. The idea is simple. Upon entry, diners will strip down and put on paper underwear provided by the restaurant. They must then lock away their phones and cameras in a table-top box.

There are rules to dine there, however. You must be between the ages of 20 – 60, you can’t touch or talk to fellow guests and anyone with tattoos will be denied at the door. Most importantly, no fatties allowed. Says the website, “If you are more than 15 kilograms (33 pounds) above the average weight for your height, we ask you refrain from making a reservation.”

If shame has not steered you away yet and you don’t pass the ocular patdown, you’ll be weighed like livestock. Anyone found overweight will be refused entry and possibly given directions to the nearest McDonald’s.

If you’re not a annoying, tattooed or fat, your $750 ticket will buy you food served by g-string clad musclemen and a male model dance show.

Good. I was afraid this place would give me an awkward boner. Crisis averted.

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