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epa04944396 Japanese fishermen throw sacred shrines into the air during the Ohara Naked Festival in Ohara town, Chiba Province, 23 September 2015. 18 portable shrines are carried into the ocean during the first day of the two-day event. Japanese fishermens' festivals are often violent in nature, in comparision to farming festivals which are more peaceful. Until the 1960's participants in the Ohara naked festival wore only loincloths. EPA/EVERETT KENNEDY BROWN +++(c) dpa - Bildfunk+++
epa04944396 Japanese fishermen throw sacred shrines into the air during the Ohara Naked Festival in Ohara town, Chiba Province, 23 September 2015. 18 portable shrines are carried into the ocean during the first day of the two-day event. Japanese fishermens' festivals are often violent in nature, in comparision to farming festivals which are more peaceful. Until the 1960's participants in the Ohara naked festival wore only loincloths. EPA/EVERETT KENNEDY BROWN +++(c) dpa - Bildfunk+++ Foto: dpa
epa04944414 Japanese fishermen prepare to carry sacred shrines into the ocean for purification during the Ohara Naked Festival in Ohara town, Chiba Province, 23 September 2015. 18 portable shrines are carried into the ocean during the first day of the two-day event. Japanese fishermens' festivals are often violent in nature, in comparision to farming festivals which are more peaceful. Until the 1960's participants in the Ohara naked festival wore only loincloths. EPA/EVERETT KENNEDY BROWN +++(c) dpa - Bildfunk+++
epa04944414 Japanese fishermen prepare to carry sacred shrines into the ocean for purification during the Ohara Naked Festival in Ohara town, Chiba Province, 23 September 2015. 18 portable shrines are carried into the ocean during the first day of the two-day event. Japanese fishermens' festivals are often violent in nature, in comparision to farming festivals which are more peaceful. Until the 1960's participants in the Ohara naked festival wore only loincloths. EPA/EVERETT KENNEDY BROWN +++(c) dpa - Bildfunk+++ Foto: dpa
epa04944402 Japanese festival participants walk to the ocean during the Ohara Naked Festival in Ohara town, Chiba Province, 23 September 2015. 18 portable shrines are carried into the ocean during the first day of the two-day event. Japanese fishermens' festivals are often violent in nature, in comparision to farming festivals which are more peaceful. Until the 1960's participants in the Ohara naked festival wore only loincloths. EPA/EVERETT KENNEDY BROWN +++(c) dpa - Bildfunk+++
epa04944402 Japanese festival participants walk to the ocean during the Ohara Naked Festival in Ohara town, Chiba Province, 23 September 2015. 18 portable shrines are carried into the ocean during the first day of the two-day event. Japanese fishermens' festivals are often violent in nature, in comparision to farming festivals which are more peaceful. Until the 1960's participants in the Ohara naked festival wore only loincloths. EPA/EVERETT KENNEDY BROWN +++(c) dpa - Bildfunk+++ Foto: dpa
epa04944395 Japanese fishermen throw sacred shrines into the air during the Ohara Naked Festival in Ohara town, Chiba Province, 23 September 2015. 18 portable shrines are carried into the ocean during the first day of the two-day event. Japanese fishermens' festivals are often violent in nature, in comparision to farming festivals which are more peaceful. Until the 1960's participants in the Ohara naked festival wore only loincloths. EPA/EVERETT KENNEDY BROWN +++(c) dpa - Bildfunk+++
epa04944395 Japanese fishermen throw sacred shrines into the air during the Ohara Naked Festival in Ohara town, Chiba Province, 23 September 2015. 18 portable shrines are carried into the ocean during the first day of the two-day event. Japanese fishermens' festivals are often violent in nature, in comparision to farming festivals which are more peaceful. Until the 1960's participants in the Ohara naked festival wore only loincloths. EPA/EVERETT KENNEDY BROWN +++(c) dpa - Bildfunk+++ Foto: dpa
epa04944392 Japanese fishermen carry sacred shrines into the ocean for purification during the Ohara Naked Festival in Ohara town, Chiba Province, 23 September 2015. 18 portable shrines are carried into the ocean during the first day of the two-day event. Japanese fishermens' festivals are often violent in nature, in comparision to farming festivals which are more peaceful. Until the 1960's participants in the Ohara naked festival wore only loincloths. EPA/EVERETT KENNEDY BROWN +++(c) dpa - Bildfunk+++
epa04944392 Japanese fishermen carry sacred shrines into the ocean for purification during the Ohara Naked Festival in Ohara town, Chiba Province, 23 September 2015. 18 portable shrines are carried into the ocean during the first day of the two-day event. Japanese fishermens' festivals are often violent in nature, in comparision to farming festivals which are more peaceful. Until the 1960's participants in the Ohara naked festival wore only loincloths. EPA/EVERETT KENNEDY BROWN +++(c) dpa - Bildfunk+++ Foto: dpa
epa04944397 Japanese fishermen washes salt water from his body after the Ohara Naked Festival in Ohara town, Chiba Province, 23 September 2015. 18 portable shrines are carried into the ocean during the first day of the two-day event. Japanese fishermens' festivals are often violent in nature, in comparision to farming festivals which are more peaceful. Until the 1960's participants in the Ohara naked festival wore only loincloths. EPA/EVERETT KENNEDY BROWN +++(c) dpa - Bildfunk+++
epa04944397 Japanese fishermen washes salt water from his body after the Ohara Naked Festival in Ohara town, Chiba Province, 23 September 2015. 18 portable shrines are carried into the ocean during the first day of the two-day event. Japanese fishermens' festivals are often violent in nature, in comparision to farming festivals which are more peaceful. Until the 1960's participants in the Ohara naked festival wore only loincloths. EPA/EVERETT KENNEDY BROWN +++(c) dpa - Bildfunk+++ Foto: dpa
epa04944405 A Japanese fisherman with a fan in his bandana watches the Ohara Naked Festival in Ohara town, Chiba Province, 23 September 2015. 18 portable shrines are carried into the ocean during the first day of the two-day event. Japanese fishermens' festivals are often violent in nature, in comparision to farming festivals which are more peaceful. Until the 1960's participants in the Ohara naked festival wore only loincloths. EPA/EVERETT KENNEDY BROWN +++(c) dpa - Bildfunk+++
epa04944405 A Japanese fisherman with a fan in his bandana watches the Ohara Naked Festival in Ohara town, Chiba Province, 23 September 2015. 18 portable shrines are carried into the ocean during the first day of the two-day event. Japanese fishermens' festivals are often violent in nature, in comparision to farming festivals which are more peaceful. Until the 1960's participants in the Ohara naked festival wore only loincloths. EPA/EVERETT KENNEDY BROWN +++(c) dpa - Bildfunk+++ Foto: dpa
epa04944403 Japanese young people sing traditional festival songs while carrying sacred shrines into the ocean for purification during the Ohara Naked Festival in Ohara town, Chiba Province, 23 September 2015. 18 portable shrines are carried into the ocean during the first day of the two-day event. Japanese fishermens' festivals are often violent in nature, in comparision to farming festivals which are more peaceful. Until the 1960's participants in the Ohara naked festival wore only loincloths. EPA/EVERETT KENNEDY BROWN +++(c) dpa - Bildfunk+++
epa04944403 Japanese young people sing traditional festival songs while carrying sacred shrines into the ocean for purification during the Ohara Naked Festival in Ohara town, Chiba Province, 23 September 2015. 18 portable shrines are carried into the ocean during the first day of the two-day event. Japanese fishermens' festivals are often violent in nature, in comparision to farming festivals which are more peaceful. Until the 1960's participants in the Ohara naked festival wore only loincloths. EPA/EVERETT KENNEDY BROWN +++(c) dpa - Bildfunk+++ Foto: dpa
epa04944404 Japanese fishermen throw sacred shrines into the air during the Ohara Naked Festival in Ohara town, Chiba Province, 23 September 2015. 18 portable shrines are carried into the ocean during the first day of the two-day event. Japanese fishermens' festivals are often violent in nature, in comparision to farming festivals which are more peaceful. Until the 1960's participants in the Ohara naked festival wore only loincloths. EPA/EVERETT KENNEDY BROWN +++(c) dpa - Bildfunk+++
epa04944404 Japanese fishermen throw sacred shrines into the air during the Ohara Naked Festival in Ohara town, Chiba Province, 23 September 2015. 18 portable shrines are carried into the ocean during the first day of the two-day event. Japanese fishermens' festivals are often violent in nature, in comparision to farming festivals which are more peaceful. Until the 1960's participants in the Ohara naked festival wore only loincloths. EPA/EVERETT KENNEDY BROWN +++(c) dpa - Bildfunk+++ Foto: dpa
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