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Thursday Doors -Japan

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I showed you this door a couple of posts back.  If someone hadn’t told me, I would never have guessed that behind that door was a sauna.  A good size one too. The doors in Japan. in the Japanese hotels, not the tourist ones, but the hotels where Japanese stay when traveling, are not very high.   I found everything to be cozy. But then I am 5’3″.  =^_^=

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The faucet you see on the sink, swivels to fill the very deep tub. Once you are washed and cleaned, you can then fill the tub and enjoy a hot to your liking soak.  Western style toilets, often have heated seats, and on the arm you see there, are the buttons, to activate the various functions performed by the “toilet”   Most hotels provide you with shampoo, body wash, and conditioner.  I have only ever stayed in the Japanese hotels, so cannot comment on the “tourist” accommodations.

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Comments on: "Thursday Doors -Japan" (5)

  1. Thanks for showing us behind the door – 😉

  2. Nice one. I’m not sure I’d know what to do with all of those controls on the toilet. It seems way to complicated for me, and what happens when there’s a power failure? Can you still flush?
    One thing’s for sure, we’ve come a long way from outhouses 🙂

  3. the regular tourist washrooms, look like the washrooms in hotels here in North America, in the malls, there are the Japanses or Asian style, where you put one leg on either side of an in floor one and squat, and one western style, if you are lucky will be in one of the other stalls

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