When we travel in foreign countries, we can find ourselves in situations which test our comfort zones and its better just to get on with it, and get over it. I mean, we travel to experience something different and challenge our idea of how the world works right so why fight it? This was especially obvious when I was leading tours in Japan and stayed at traditional Japanese Inns called Ryokans, where the communal bathing pool was called an Onsen. Naked Japan — what is an Onsen?
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What areas of Japan are the most famous ones for onsen? What is an onsen? What is the difference between 'onsen' and 'sento'? In fact these are natural hot water baths rich of beneficial minerals.
The Japanese public bath is one area where the uninitiated can upset regular customers by not following correct bathing etiquette designed to respect others; in particular, not washing before bathing, introducing soap into the bathwater, and horseplay. Subsequently, a few bathhouses chose not to allow foreign customers at all. It is common to hear people say, "gokuraku, gokuraku" when they get into the bath. It means something to the level of divine pleasure; it is a good feeling for the body and the soul. Attendants usually sell these items for yen.