Omatsuri thass

Summer is time for omatsuri, that curious blend of Shinto spirituality, yakuza food stalls, and major male thass. Generally Tokyo reserves the thass for ladies, but omatsuri is a special time for men to wear their festival coats with either fundoshi (a ritual jockstrap) or this tight white fabric that’s like a mini-skirt.

Needless to say, I find these male outfits bring me to a higher level of spirituality, compassion and awareness. As the weather warms up and the festivals spread throughout Tokyo, I am hoping to exceed last year‘s festival perving.

I love how nonchalant the men are despite revealing their thighs and the lower portions of their rears. The white, split-toe shoes and white socks only add to the “moe.”

4 comments

  1. I would like to see some elegantly dressed women from time to time as a change from male thighs, pecs, abs, drunks, etc.

    1. With all due respect, I think you are reading the wrong blog. I suggest that you *not* read this blog since it rarely features elegance or women.

  2. hmm..don’t mean to sound mean but those look like old men thighs..i was hoping for a younger pair of thighs to ogle at:)

    1. As an “old man” myself, I have to say, there’s nothing wrong with old men thighs! My gaze certainly includes the youth, but is not restricted to that genre. Your disappointment is not my responsibility.

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