Japan’s First Naked Restaurant Relaxes Rules, Allows Anyone To Enter Between Ages 20 And 120

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Japan’s first naked restaurant has lifted its age-ist and weight-ist bans that it had earlier imposed on its future customers. Upon receiving backlash from the public, it has decided to let all enter when they open in August.

When The Amrita first hit headlines, it laid bans on overweight people and those over the age of 60. Their initial idea was to weigh potential customers and if they weighed 15 kilos over the “normal allowed” weight for their height, they wouldn’t be allowed to enter.

Now, according to The Telegraph they have relaxed their rules and anyone between “20 and 120 years old” can enter.

There is still, however, a ban on people with tattoos, which are a taboo in Japanese society.

The Amrita, which means pure in Sanskrit, is due to open in Tokyo in August.

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