This is a syndicated post, which originally appeared at JAPAN Style. View original post. As you may know, Japan has a culture of public bathing. It is sometimes very hard for foreigner to accept this concept, but for Japanese people, it is mostly fun and …
Let me just say that I am MODEST, to say the least! I never go out of the house thinking that something in my wardrobe is “out of sorts” or missing or showing anything that would scare the public or warrant children screams. I always hated gym
With the onset of the colder weather the number of blog posts about onsen visits also rises. This week we have a review of Kinosaki Onsen and Dogo Onsen, a bathing experience in a ryokan, a great tip on how to recreate the goodness of an onsen in the comfort of your own home and a look at some of the best onsen in Tokyo.
Two sento-related posts caught my attention this week.
It has been a fairly quiet week on the sento & onsen blogging front, but we managed to find a few interesting articles about public bathing.
This is the first edition of the weekly sento digest, an overview of what other blogs have been writing about public baths in Japan.