A Delicious Blend of Japanese Art & Entertainment
The Japanese blend of art and entertainment in a decadent display is known as Nyotaimori. It translates to “adorned body of a woman”. It is a feast for the eyes, and a sumptuous display of succulent sushi. For 400 years, affluent Japanese parties have included the sensual right to delight guests. During the Golden Era, called the Edo Period in Japan, Tokugawa Shogunate indulged elite guests with sushi displayed on the bodies of the most beautiful women he could find. The women were bathed in fragrant cold water before they showcased sushi covering their naked bodies, without moving for hours.
Naked Sushi Entertainment is sweeping the globe through elite parties, with some of the most A-List guests.
It has captured the imagination of upscale partygoers in cities from Beverly Hills to New York City, with sushi, taiko drums and visual art, recreating the Japanese tradition. A concept “rediscovered” by Christian Anthony, a Newport Beach entrepreneur. He strives to create individual parties for venues through the ethereal beauty of the Japanese tradition. With the wisdom of a background in event planning and a recent guest on the Tyra Banks show, Christian is an expert on the visual beauty and the spiritual connection of Nyotaimori. His love of the art of Sushi has awakened the soul of Naked Sushi in America. Partnering with prestigious Sushi Chefs, and world renowned models to bring the beauty of Myotaimori back to life.
Beyond ordinary, Naked Sushi Entertainment sets new limits for events. Nyotaimori is a powerful concept, leaving a haunting memory of decadent pleasure, and delicious dining.