Japan’s prohibited island for Women is the world Heritage

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Japan's prohibited island for Women is the world Heritage

Japan’s prohibited island for Women is the world Heritage

 

UNESCO has declared a global heritage of the ancient religious status in Japan where women are not allowed to enter.

Okino Shima was built in the seventh century, a vacant place called Okeko, where praying for the people of the sea was prayed. Okino was built in Oklahoma in the seventh century on Okino Shima.

Before landing on the island, men have to take off their clothes and perform a clean purse.

On return, they are not permitted to take anything from here as the sign and neither can they tell anyone details about the visit.

 

According to the Japan Times report, when this mosque was built, the ocean ships on Okinawa Shima and the other people were prayed for trade relations with China and Korea.

On this island, thousands of nadis were offered as well as golden ringtones from Korea.

Every year on this island, people are allowed to go for just one day. It is an ancient tradition that is still set up.

The number of people coming here is limited to just 200 people. They have to do the purification of the ocean essentially and the most controversial thing is to be their male.

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