Poppy lives near Tokyo and likes to read novels and play video games, especially fantasy RPGs. One of the many new experiences available to you when visiting Japan is trying out a local "onsen," or hot spring. These natural baths are popular all year round but especially in winter for relaxing the body and the mind.
When it comes to mixed bathing in public, it is an experience that perhaps most of us are unfamiliar with. In many respects the aspect of unfamiliarity is only just the beginning; acting naturally around not only strangers, but those of the opposite sex — while baring all, no less — is undeniably something that requires great courage. The hot spring region that our reporter visited goes by the name of Okuhidaonsengo.
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Sento are a fading tradition but still dotted throughout Japanese suburbs, and even central Tokyo has a few ornate temple-like baths left. Yes, electrified. So the most essential item is a small towel to cover your privates.
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Chris Pritchard offers some handy tips to avoid any cultural faux pas. Me, for instance. Mention a trip to Japan and soaking in a tub is up near the top of my to-do list.
This week, chasing the "naked man" in Japan! In BC a plague descended upon Japan. The reigning emperor decided that a cleansing purification ceremony could take care of things, and so the Kounomiya Hadaka Matsuri Festival was born.
Japan, on the other hand, still has them. Bathhouses can be holiday destinations themselves. FYI, the Japanese word for a hot bath is O-furo.
Some toilets in Japan are more elaborate than toilets commonly found in other developed nations. The feature set commonly found on washlets are anal hygienebidet washing, seat warming, and deodorization. Japanese toilets are well known in popular culture and often parodied in comedic works set in Japan.