Cleanse your body and soul in a public bath. It’s the spirit of Japan.

By tomiyama update

Sentō (Public bathhouse) are a symbol of the historic districts of Japan. It’s said that public bathhouses began when Buddhist temples, beginning in the Asuka era, would open up their baths to the sick and the poor.


By yonezawa update

Tsukishima’s signature dish, Monjayaki, may look a little odd at first, but once you taste it, you’ll like it.