Japanese are loving onsen (hot springs) from ancient times. As onsen was described in Kojiki (Records of Ancient Matters) and Nihon-shoki (the oldest chronicles of Japan), both written in the latter part of the seventh century, it has a long history as one of the Japanese culture. People used to go onsen for Toji (hot-spring cure), but it became typical travel destinations nowadays. You can't miss onsen while traveling around Japan. These useful tips for onsen bathing help you to maximize your comfort and benefit of onsen.
Get out from a bathtub when you sweat lightly. Generally do not wash away over your body in order to keep the quality of springs, but it depends on the springs. Make sure whether you should wash away or not before bathing. Bring back equipment such as washtubs and stools to places where they belong after wash them lightly. It is one of manners as well to keep a dressing room dry by drying yourself completely in a bath.
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