Fundoshi (褌) is the traditional Japanese undergarment for adult males, made from a length of cotton. Before World War II, the fundoshi was the main form of underwear for Japanese adult males. Nowadays, the fundoshi is mainly used not as underwear but as festival (matsuri) clothing at Hadaka Matsuri or, sometimes, as swimwear.

Fundoshi (褌) is the traditional Japanese undergarment for adult males, made from a length of cotton. Before World War II, the fundoshi was the main form of underwear for Japanese adult males. Nowadays, the fundoshi is mainly used not as underwear but as festival (matsuri) clothing at Hadaka Matsuri or, sometimes, as swimwear.

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El Fundoshi o Shitaobi (que significa paño en la cintura)  es una prenda tradicional japonesa que se usó por todos los hombres hasta la segunda guerra mundial.

El Fundoshi o Shitaobi (que significa paño en la cintura) es una prenda tradicional japonesa que se usó por todos los hombres hasta la segunda guerra mundial.

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Yukio Mishima  (Hiraoka Kimitake; Tokio, 1925 - 1970) Prolífico escritor japonés, autor de más de veinte novelas, decenas de piezas teatrales y numerosos cuentos, poemas, artículos y ensayos. Su temática audaz y descarnada, atenta a los aspectos más oscuros de las pasiones humanas, contrasta con la delicadeza y contención de su estilo. Probablemente el escritor nipón más conocido en el extranjero.

Yukio Mishima (Hiraoka Kimitake; Tokio, 1925 - 1970) Prolífico escritor japonés, autor de más de veinte novelas, decenas de piezas teatrales y numerosos cuentos, poemas, artículos y ensayos. Su temática audaz y descarnada, atenta a los aspectos más oscuros de las pasiones humanas, contrasta con la delicadeza y contención de su estilo. Probablemente el escritor nipón más conocido en el extranjero.

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Japanese famous Matsuri festival, Sanja Matsuri in Asakusa, Tokyo, Japan 三社祭:A festival with over 1300 years of history and is held in celebration of the three founders of Sensō-ji Temple. Nearly 2 million people visit Asakusa over the three days of the festival. And this festival is also known where Yakuza members participate and where they are allowed to show their full body tattoos in public. The festival is a great opportunity for all tattoo enthusiasts to enjoy irezumi.

Japanese famous Matsuri festival, Sanja Matsuri in Asakusa, Tokyo, Japan 三社祭:A festival with over 1300 years of history and is held in celebration of the three founders of Sensō-ji Temple. Nearly 2 million people visit Asakusa over the three days of the festival. And this festival is also known where Yakuza members participate and where they are allowed to show their full body tattoos in public. The festival is a great opportunity for all tattoo enthusiasts to enjoy irezumi.

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HOW TO TIE A FUNDOSHI.......PARTAGE OF JAPAN SPECIALIST.......ON FACEBOOK......
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