The directed anti-Oberwolfach problem asks for a 2-factorization (each factor has in-degree 1 and out-degree 1 for a total degree of two) of K2n+1, not with consistent cycle components in each 2-factor like the Oberwolfach problem, but such that every admissible cycle size appears at least once in some 2-factor. The solution takes advantage of both Piotrowski's decomposition techniques used to solve Oberwolfach problems and the techniques used by the author to solve the undirected anti-Oberwolfach problem.