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I never imagined that I will actually experience stripping naked in front of people of the same gender in order to take a bath and freshen myself up. Yes, in Japanese bath houses, you will need to remove each and every piece of clothing you are wearing in order to enter the bath. Individual baskets in shelves are provided for you to put your clothes and all your other stuff in. You will also see a shoe shelf upon entering the bath place so make sure to remove your shoes or sandals before stepping on the elevated platform covered in tatami mats, pick them up by hand and place them in the shoe shelf. Neat, isn't it? Public bath houses or "sento" in Japanese are not unusual in Japan. They are present in traditional inns called "ryokan", as well as dormitories and some traditional hotels and rest houses. Prior to my trip, I honestly expected a private bath room like all those fancy bath tubs you see in hotels. But I was caught off-guard when I discovered that the dormitory I'd be staying in has no such thing as a "private" bath room.
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A mural fills a wall at Mikoku-yu onsen, or hot spring bath, in Sumida ward, Tokyo. Sento are bathhouses that use regular water while onsen use natural hot spring water. Japan is proud of its bathing traditions. These are washing stations in the Mitake-yu sento, or public bath, in Minami Urawa, Saitama prefecture, Japan. This is a changing room in Unsuisen sento, or public bath, in Tokyo, Japan. For many Westerners, though, the fact that these traditions involve being naked with strangers is awkward at best, even though men and women bathe separately. I suggested a different town that had an attraction I wanted to see, and thought I was off the hook. Two terms are basic when talking about Japanese baths: onsen and sento. An onsen has natural hot spring water. A sento, usually translated as public bath, typically uses regular water, traditionally heated by burning wood.
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