What Is The Net Worth Of Nasubi | His Full Story


Nasubi whose real name is Tomoaki Hamatsu who is a Japanese reality television personality and comedian. He rose to fame for appearing on the controversial reality television show Susunu! Denpa Shōnen which was a Japanese reality television show which aired from January 11, 1998, to September 29, 2002, on the Nippon TV network, and online from October 2009. The show was broadcast live on Japanese television and viewers could watch Nasubi’s day-to-day life as he struggled to survive without any luxuries or human contact.

Nasubi Net Worth | How Much Is His Income?

Nasubi’s net worth is $1.5 M, as of 2023. In January 1998, Nasubi was challenged by the Japanese reality-television show Susunu! Denpa Shōnen to stay alone, without clothes, in an apartment after winning a lottery for a “show business related job”.


His task was to enter mail-in sweepstakes until he won ¥1 million (about US$10,000) in total. He had no clothes or outside communication and his only company were the magazines he used to find sweepstakes entry forms. After 335 days, he reached his goal and set the Guinness world record for the “longest time survived on competition winnings”

Nasubi Movies

  1. Kamen Rider x Kamen Rider 000 and W Featuring Skull: Movie War Core
  2. Kamen Rider Double Forever: A to Z/The Gaia Memories of Fate
  3. Kamen Rider x Kamen Rider Double & Decade: Movie War 2010
  4. M (2007)
  5. Runin: Banished (2005)
  6. An Adolescent | Shojo (2001)

Nasubi Drama Series

  • Good Life ~Arigatou, Papa. Sayonara
  • My Boys – More Than Family But Less Than Lovers
  • Tokyo Ghost Trip (Tokyo MX / 2008)
  • Yasuko to Kenji (NTV / 2008) – ep.8
  • Memories of Matsuko
  • Train Man: Densha Otoko (Fuji TV / 2005)

Nasubi TV Movies

  • Miracle Voice (TBS / 2008)
  • Train Man: Densha Otoko Deluxe (Fuji TV / 2006)
  • Trick Shinsaku Special (TV Asahi / 2005)

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Nasubi | His Full Story

Nasubi, also known as “the Eggplant Man” who was put on a reality show where he had to enter sweepstakes to win food, clothing, and shelter. He lived in an apartment naked, except for a cartoon eggplant covering his genitals and believed he was being recorded and the show would be re-broadcast later once the footage had been gathered.

In reality, the experiment was being live-streamed with footage compiled and re-aired each week. Hamatsu won items from the sweepstakes but most of them were useless to him. The show became popular in Japan and people started to decipher the location of his flat. The producers were forced to move him to a new location.

After 11 months, Hamatsu won enough to return home but instead he was taken to a TV studio with a huge live audience. Hamatsu’s diaries on his experience became a bestseller in Japan and the TV show broke all records with 17 million viewers each Sunday night. In April 2020, Hamatsu tried to persuade people to cooperate with the self-disciplined stay-at-home order during the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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