Ohayō gozaimasu! Ogenki desuka? ここ数日、日本は大雨です。koko suujitsu, nihon wa ooame desu. In these days, heavy we had heavy rain in Japan. And it’s continuing. Today’s YT Live lesson topic is “How to take Onsen in Japan” Do you like Onsen? Roughly, there are three types of public bath; Sentō, Super sentō and Onsen in Japan. Let’s dig into the Japanese public … Read More
When you were young, did you daydream about visiting the bathhouse in Spirited Away, or wandering through the forest from Princess Mononoke? Studio Ghibli (スタジオジブリ) is a household name in Japan and has also gained recognition around the world. However, some international Studio Ghibli fans might be surprised to learn that several of the settings in their beloved childhood films are … Read More
Japanese onsen (温泉: hot springs) or sentō (銭湯: public baths), are are enjoyed by anyone of all ages. Onsen use hot water taken from a natural hot spring, while sentō use tap water heated by boilers. Both onsen and sentō are very enjoyable to Japanese and foreigners alike, but there is a set of unspoken instructions you should know before you … Read More
Japan’s onsen (温泉) or natural hot springs, have been a part of Japanese culture for thousands of years. Traditionally, people with tattoos were banned from entering onsen in Japan. However, in recent years, more and more onsen facilities are declaring themselves to be more “tattoo-friendly”. Here is a list of the top 10 tattoo-friendly onsen in Japan.