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Huge Penis Erected To Commemorate Annual Fertility Festival (PHOTOS)

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A huge erect penis weighing in at a whopping 280kg has been mounted to commemorate the annual festival celebrating the male sex organ and fertility  in Japan.
Not too fast anyway, it is a wooden phallus which was constructed solely for the purpose of the fertility festival which is done once in a year.
HARD: Wooden penis weighs 280kg
Wooden penis of 280kg erected to celebrate the annual fertility festival in Japan. (Photo Credit:EPA)
Everything done during the festival revolves round the male private organ.
Participants are of the view that being surrounded by penises brings good luck and fertility especially at the age of 42 which is apparently, the seminal age to celebrate the Honen Fertility Festival.
PENIS: Elderly have phallic shop
The elderly ones shop for penis sweets in Japan during the annual fertility festival. (Photo Credit: EPA)
During the annual event, men carry an enormous wooden phallus to receive sacred protections.
According to Daily Star, the wooden willy can only take on its full power during a special ritual  when inserted inside the ‘Tagata shrine’.
TASTY: Tourists buy penis sweets
Tourists queue up in the streets to suck penis sweets in Japan during the annual fertility festival. (Photo Credit:EPA)
Even the elderly are not left out in the annual celebration to invoke goodluck.
They go to shops to buy gifts that have the shape of a penis for their loved ones.

Additionally, tourists flood  the streets of Komaki City where they queue up to suck on sweets in the hope of gaining some good luck.

PARTY: Priest joins in
Even a priest joined in the penis party in Japan. (Photo Credit: EPA)
Even priests enjoy the penis party as well as they perform what is regarded as “purification rituals” to release the full load of good luck.
Over the years, the festival is said to be gaining grounds in terms of being popular as it has been attracting tourists from various parts of the world to Japan.

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