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The Tradition of the Japanese Bath

Find out more about the tradition of communal bathing in Japan.

Japanese bathhouses have a long tradition starting out with mixed bathing in the many hot springs to be found in Japan and later in public bathhouses.

These public bathhouses were community meeting places where people gathered to gossip and exchange news as well as wash – although in the 19th century, the sexes were separated.

These days, most Japanese homes have their own bathrooms, however natural Hot Springs (onsen) and bathhouses (ofuroya) are still very popular in Japan.

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