お風呂って素晴らしい♪; I love taking a bath so much:)

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Feb 21, 2014 22:53
This is actually a third entry for me today.

That doen't mean that I don't have anything to do, though.
So, don't get me wrong.

I thought I wanted to post how much I love taking a bath again.

I guess no Japanese people hate bathing.
We take a bath everyday and it's rooted as our daily routine.

In the States or Europe, ( I don't really know how it's like in other Asian countries) a bathroom usually comes with a toilet and a bathtub, while in Japan, they are separated.

I think bathtubs in Japan are different from bathtubs in other countries.
Bathtubs in Japan are deep enough to fill hot water.

My husband was complaing about how small the bathtub was when we stayed at a hotel in the States. It was lonly as deep as my knees, so it was almost impossible to fill hot water and enjoy bathing.

Bathing in Japan is not about making bubbles,and we don't empty the bathtub after taking a bath because we use the same hot water in a family.

It might sound dirty for you but it's not as dirty as you think.
We usually take a shower to get dirt off before actually bathing, so the water remains clean.

Sometimes we save up the water for more than a day when we think the water remains clean even after using it. A lot of bathtubs got an function to reheat the water. Sometimes we use the remained water to do laundry.