Japan is set to open its first “naked restaurant” in Tokyo next month. Like its counterparts in London and Australia, it’s encouraging diners to strip down for dinner.
But Japanese version of naked restaurant has some restrictions that if diner weighs more than 15 kilos above the average weight as per height, he/she will not allow to enter the restaurant. The diners at the restaurant will be weighed before entry and ousted if found to be too fat. Tattooed customers are also barred from entry.
The restrictions are not over yet as no customer will allow entry if he/she aged less than 18 or more than 60 years. The list of rules asks visitors not to “cause a nuisance to other guests” by touching or talking to fellow diners. Those who meet the restaurant’s entry requirements will be asked to lock away mobile phones and cameras in a table-top box.
Along with the organic menu, the Western waiters will perform a “Men’s Show” on stage during the evening.
Guests will fork out up to 80,000 yen ($1,016) for tickets entitling them to eat food served by muscle-bound men. Meal tickets, excluding a show, will cost from 14,000 to 28,000 yen ($177- $355) depending on choice of menu.