Japanese turned butt into art
There are many ways to appreciate art, from displaying it on your wall to staring at it for hours. Yet, Japan has given a distinctive twist by deeming animal butt sniffing an acceptable addition to the field of art.
Japan is well known for its rich cultural offerings, which include anime, unusual furniture, technology, film, literature, and distinctive artistic creations. As well as a passion for toilets. A recent video that showed individuals sniffing animal butts at a Kobe, Japan, exhibition went viral online and generated a lot of talk.
According to this article, Gabriella Bernard, a fashion model, recently uploaded a video of her visit to the Atoa Aquarium in Kobe, Japan, where visitors could be seen sniffing animal butts through animal paintings at an open-to-all display.
Due to its unusual theme, which complemented Japan’s proclivity for embracing originality, the exhibition attracted interest. Many people could be seen bravely examining the variety of butts on display in the video.
Attractive glass frames showcasing various animal images were on display at the Atoa Aquarium exhibition. Visitors were encouraged to feel and, yes, even sniff the butts of the depicted animals in these frames, which featured tiny open holes.
Carefully created synthetic smells were employed to enhance each photograph, successfully simulating the distinctive smell of each animal’s butt. The video showed people avidly inhaling a variety of odors, including those of penguins, cats, bunnies, and even tigers, though Gabriella’s olfactory senses were overwhelmed by the latter.
On its official website, Atoa Aquarium advertises its “Gallery” area, saying that the artwork included in each frame will fascinate visitors’ senses. It is a given that they take this commitment seriously.
Others contend that such unique exhibits are not wholly surprising in Japan, a country recognized for both innovative and eccentric ideas, while some find the show odd.