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The Sento – Bathing With Others, Bathing With Rules The sento, or public bath, is one of many rituals in Japanese culture that foreigners would be smart to research before they disrobe.

The bather, after duly depositing his straw shoes at the door and paying a few cash for admittance, at once proceeds to disrobe himself, placing his garments in an allotted compartment. He then secures a tub, which is filled with lukewarm water, and, squatting down before it, lathers himself with a vegetable, soapy material, which is sewn up in a small bag.

The interior of a bath house built in the Many of the bath houses in operation today have the original preserved wall paintings, and 90 percent of those are of Mount Fuji.

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