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Photo: Naked Co.

Tokyo Tower is getting a nighttime sauna with digital art experience this March

Don’t let the name fool you: Naked Night Sauna at Tokyo Tower isn’t clothing-free, it’s hosted by event company Naked

Emma Steen
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Emma Steen
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Some of the more exciting events of the year have had to be put on hold for the time being in order to prioritise social distancing protocols, but event production company Naked has designed a unique after-dark function that still adheres to Covid-19 safety measures. From March 12 to March 14, the company will host a nighttime sauna right by Tokyo Tower where participants can book a private tent sauna for a group of four. 

Naked Sauna
Photo: Naked Co.

The tents used for the Naked Night Sauna are made with three thick layers of material that will trap the heat, keeping the pop-up sauna toasty enough to warm your muscles to your core and help you sweat off the winter blues. You won’t have to be confined to the tent for the whole night, though. There are also seats set up outside each tent to kick back with a few drinks and enjoy the mist and light displays that will flash across Tokyo Tower. Shisha will also be available for those who want to blow off some steam with their pals. 

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Photo: Naked Co.

There are only one session per day over the March 12-14 weekend. Each session will run from 5pm to 8pm and cost ¥20,000 for a group of four. Sign-ups are done through a lottery system which requires you to join the Naked Sauna Club Facebook group and send an application by March 2. Winners will be notified via email on March 4. 

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