His name is Masafumi Nagasaki, previously a photographer who, one fine day, decided to leave his past life and all else behind him and escape to his dream paradise forever. The lucky island that is host to this strange guest is called Sotobanari, a desert island still not dominated by man, located in Iriomote Japan and where even the local fishermen rarely stop. Masafumi Nagasaki has become the voluntary castaway who has lived the longest time on a desert islandsurpassing even the Australian castaway David Glasheen, who is currently spending 22 years on his desert island and with whom I spent 5 days.
Going inside one of the most exclusive relaxation spots means checking your inhibitions and your clothes at the door. Instagrammers are spoiling once great and unique locations just to grab the perfect pic. Overcrowding, bad behaviour and local unrest has seen popular tourist cities fight back.
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Japan can call itself an innovator in the reality TV and game show world. Shows like Takeshi's Castle and Za Gaman garnered more viewers abroad than they did domestically, because of their complete novelty to foreign viewers. Physical challenge shows are a Japanese invention, and every American attempt at the genre from Nickelodeon's Double Dare to American Ninja Warrior has had a clear Japanese influence.
It's just you and a shower, a radio, a telephone, a gas burner, a sink, a large rack of magazines, a giant stack of postcards, a small table, and a single cushion. A camera is strapped around your neck, and then you notice that many more are wired into the walls, designed to catch your every move. Are you in Guantanamo Bay?
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Please refresh the page and retry. M asafumi Nagasaki was living in a state of perfect bliss, spending his days wondering naked and alone on a Pacific island, watching baby turtles hatch from eggs and foraging for food. That is, until reports of his ill health prompted police to take him away from his Robinson Crusoe-like existence and forced him to rejoin mainstream Japanese society. Mr Nagasaki, 82, had lived a simple life on the remote island of Sotobanari for nearly 30 years, after moving there to escape the hamster wheel of urban life, but has now been forced to leave despite insisting he wanted to die there.
But only men can see these artefacts, as women are banned from visiting. The decision will be announced in July in Krakow, Poland. Its male visitors must follow strict rules to strip naked and perform a cleansing ritual before they set foot on the land.