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See All This post contains references to products from one or more of our advertisers. We may receive compensation when you click on links to those products. For an explanation of our Advertising Policy, visit this page. Being naked in front of strangers is the stuff of nightmares for many people. But in Japan , being naked with strangers is part of the cultural experience of visiting a Japanese bath. I was extremely self-conscious the first time I visited a Japanese bath.
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Japanese Girl Takes a Shower
We all know how good being in nature can make us feel. We have known it for centuries. The sounds of the forest, the scent of the trees, the sunlight playing through the leaves, the fresh, clean air — these things give us a sense of comfort. They ease our stress and worry, help us to relax and to think more clearly. Being in nature can restore our mood, give us back our energy and vitality, refresh and rejuvenate us. But what exactly is this feeling that is so hard to put into words?
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Taking a Japanese Bath
When not at their own bathtub at home, people go to large public baths or bath houses — and, as opposed to the Western world, these places are frequented without any clothes. People bathe together completely naked. Sento and Onsen: What is the Difference? Sento refers to a traditional Japanese public bathhouse, while onsen describes a bath that uses water from an actual hot spring with a temperature higher than 25 degrees Celsius.
Things that may considered clean to you maybe considered disgusting in Japanese culture, so it's important to know and follow these cultural beliefs so as to not drive Japanese people away from you. Surgical Masks You've probably seen these worn by people in photos taken in Japan. Surgical masks can serve a variety of purposes, and they also come a variety of colors, sizes and designs! The primary reason Japanese people wear surgical masks is to not spread germs, especially if you're sick, this is a big deal in major cities where everyone is in close contact most of the time.