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The following pages will tell you a little more about the bathing style. It is specifically intended for those who have never had the experience of a Japanese Bath.

What is a Japanese Bath?

Australians usually love Japanese baths because they are so different. A Japanese bath can be taken at any time of the day as long as you have enough time to enjoy the experience. Japanese baths help you to relax and forget your worries.

There are separate sections in the bath house for men and women. The actual bath is much deeper than Western baths and is designed so that you can sit comfortably in the hot water. There is also a sauna in both the male and female sections. The surroundings are simple, attractive and traditional and help in the relaxing ritual. You can come by yourself or with your friends and enjoy a drink in the lounge or shiatsu accupresure after your bath.

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