Thousands of people flocked to the Japanese city of Nagaoka yesterday, for its annual penis festival. Japan has several penis celebrations, but the Hodare festival is one of the country’s biggest
The Kanamara Matsuri is centered on a local penis-venerating shrine. Photo-Chronicle Kanamara Matsuri (Festival of Fertility) of Polizon. This article related to a Japanese festival or holiday is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.
Kanamara Matsuri, which translates as “Festival of the Steel Phallus,” is a Shinto festival held annually on the first Sunday of April in Kawasaki, Japan. The penis is the central theme of the celebration and appears in myriad forms, shapes and sizes.
Apr 07, 2014 · Each spring, people flock to Kawasaki, Japan, to celebrate Kanamara Matsuri, aka the "Festival of the Steel Phallus." Held this year on April 6, the festival is a celebration of the penis and
Well, it would be an odd sight anywhere else in this country, but this is the annual Japanese penis festival – the celebration of manhood that happens under the guise of a religious ceremony at a Shinto shrine.
Annual PENIS FESTIVAL held to celebrate male genitals includes huge steel phallus being carried to ancient Japanese shrine. WARNING: EXPLICIT CONTENT The annual event to honour fertility has drawn
Festival de penis or Festival do penis is the world’s biggest Penis festival – Also know as Kawasaki Penis Festival or Japan Penis Festival. In the village of Komaki, 45 minutes from the central city of Nagoya, there is a shrine devoted to the phallus.
An annual festival has been held in Kawasaki, Japan, to celebrate a 17th century tale about a steel phallus that defeated a demon. The festival involves a mikoshi parade through Kawasaki, in which large phalluses are transported, centred around a local shrine which has been historically popular among prostitutes who prayed there for protection from sexually transmitted infections.
Penis-worshipers parade through the streets of the small a suburb of Tokyo, carrying candy, lollipops, balloons, purses and even dick-shaped carved radishes, all in the shape of male genitals.
The first Sunday in April marks the celebration of the Shinto fertility festival, the Kanamara Matsuri or the “Festival of the Steel Phallus.” Known colloquially as the “Penis Festival”, these festivities celebrate just that: the power of the male genitalia.