Japanese Soaking Bathtubs by Diamond Spas
What is so different about a Japanese bath? The procedure certainly. Soap never goes near the tub. The proportions are different too with steep walls, shortened for the recliner’s comfort and compactness to conserve energy and water. Just as in their water purification ceremonies of times past, the pouring water over the body in the somehow complex manner of bathing procedure and the enless soak to the chin washes away the cares of the world, the bather emerging as if reborn. Sheer bliss. Slipping off all your clothes as you enter the waterproof bathroom, it’s here that youcan slosh and splash bucketloads of water in great abandon at no risk for the floors to get wet and neither do the walls. And they truly do. The Japanese bath is quite hot, often 42 degrees Celcius.
Outside, if someone is listening, first they hear the noise of activities with water, gallons going in all directions by the sound of it, followed by a silence that seems to last forever. Have they drowned? And this happens for nearly almost people who have been experiencing the Japanese bath every day. As times seems to move faster in a world hell bent on change, there has been an upsurge in interest in the Japanese bathtubs.
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