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An Island That Can Only Be Visited by Men, Transcribing Magical Manuscripts, Ancient Alcohol and More

An Island That Can Only Be Visited by Men, Transcribing Magical Manuscripts, Ancient Alcohol and More

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Smithsonian History & Archaeology    JULY 2017

This Island Can Only Be Visited by Men

Okinoshima is officially an Unesco world heritage site—but tradition bans women from its shores

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This island has been a boy's club for hundreds of years. (National Land Image Information (Color Aerial Photographs), Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism)

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