Japan's First Naked Restaurant Bans Fat People and Tattoos
Jun 13, 2016 11:09
If you love a dining experience that is beyond your imagination, then you might want to patronise Amrita, Japan's first naked restaurant. However, they do have some requirements. And that is, they are banning fat people and tattoos.
It opens July 29 in Tokyo, and its rules are strick. Customers must be between ages of 18 and 6.
They can't be fat and they can't have tattoos.
Those who are found to be over weight will be refused entry and not be refunded.
"If you are more than 15kg above the average weight for your height, we ask you refrain from making a reservation."
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