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It's no secret that the Japanese really love baths! Here we will introduce what makes their bathing culture unique and point out some things to keep in mind when entering a Japanese bath. For the Japanese, there's no greater way to relax than having a soak in a hot bath. In fact, in Japan it's quite common to visit public bath houses called ' sento '. Depending on where you come from, this activity may seem unusual, but in Japan it's considered perfectly natural to be nude with a group of strangers, having a dip in a sento or onsen hot spring. The typical bath that can be found in a Japanese household is separated from the showering area. In such places where the bathtub and showers are separated, you are meant to wash yourself at the showers.
Result also show a huge gap in in-shower urination attitudes between men and women for one age set. However, a recent survey by Japanese polling website Shirabee shows a surprising number of people in Japan engage in a little multitasking by peeing in the shower. In total, However, while men in almost all demographics were more likely to pee in the shower than their female counterparts, for one age set women were more likely than the guys to relieve themselves, and in fact that particular group of ladies was the most likely of any to pee. A startling one in three women in their 20s said they pee in the shower at least sometimes, beating out men in their 30s, the second largest group, by half a percentage point. Are you interested in traveling and trekking in Nepal? For both sexes, younger ages groups were almost universally more likely to pee than their elders. However, the one exception occurs among men age , where the in-shower peeing rate jumps more than six percent compared to the next youngest group. Meanwhile, peeing rates for women continue to steadily decline, resulting in an percent peeing gap between men and women in their 50s, the largest in the survey by far. Notify me of follow-up comments by email.
The main purpose of taking a bath, besides cleaning your body, is relaxation at the end of the day. The bathroom in a typical Japanese home consists of two rooms, an entrance room where you undress and which is equipped with a sink, and the actual bathroom which is equipped with a shower and a deep bath tub. The toilet is usually located in an entirely separate room.