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A therapist holds a baby wrapped in cloth in a practice known as Ohinamaki on February 4, 2017, Tokyo, Japan. Parents wrap their babies to give them a feeling of security and help them with their physical development. The Japanese therapeutic method Otonamaki, which translates as ''adult wrapping'' is based on the practice of Ohinamaki to reduce stiffness and posture problems. The therapy  is monitored by a health care professional where participants are wrapped in a large piece of breathable cloth, like a sheet, for about 15 to 20 minutes. (Photo by Rodrigo Reyes Marin/AFLO)

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Baby wrapping therapy Ohinamaki in Tokyo
A therapist holds a baby wrapped in cloth in a practice known as Ohinamaki on February 4, 2017, Tokyo, Japan. Parents wrap their babies to give them a feeling of security and help them with their physical development. The Japanese therapeutic method Otonamaki, which translates as ''adult wrapping'' is based on the practice of Ohinamaki to reduce stiffness and posture problems. The therapy is monitored by a health care professional where participants are wrapped in a large piece of breathable cloth, like a sheet, for about 15 to 20 minutes. (Photo by Rodrigo Reyes Marin/AFLO)

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Date 4 Feb 2017
Location: Tokyo Japan
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