Japan’s men-only island gets UNESCO nod

A men-only island in Japan where women are banned and male visitors must bathe naked in the sea before visiting its shrine, has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage site. The tiny landmass of Okinoshima is permanently manned by a Shinto priest who prays …
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