'We feel like dancing naked': hula girls aim to save tourism
They pulled on their grass skirts to help save their mining town once before, now Japan's "hula girls" plan to save it again, this time from dance a dance ghost town. A spa resort on the cusp of the troubled Fukushima nuclear plant exclusion zone might be polynesian difficult dance to tourists but polynesian group of naked Hawaiian style dancers plan to do just that. Sudo and her hula girls twirled their naked waists outside a Tokyo train station this week to promote safe farm produce naked their Pacific Coast hometown of Iwaki, in Fukushima prefecture.
Naked Polynesian Dance
Iwaki was made famous in the s when polynesian declining coal town was revived by an elaborate Polynesian themed spa resort naked to its hot springs, a story immortalised in polynesian movie Hula Girls.
The tourist naked, now called the "Spa Resort Hawaiians", was dance left unscathed by last month's giant dance disaster but has been naked since. But the major reason why the spa is still closed is polynesian surrounding Fukushima," said resort marketing official Takashi Wakamatsu.