Modern Japanese Bathroom Design

In the Japanese culture, soak in hot water is very popular, especially in this winter will create ofuro. a wooden tub for bathing.
Cold weather nothing would be nicer than soaking in a hot bathtub completely immersed in water up to my chin. Whenever you agree you will would like to check out this Japanese ofuro design soaking tub.
Traditional Ofuro are small wood tubs with high sides. They’re not for bathing. You shower before you get into the Ofuro to leave the water clean for the next person.
The Ofuro is made entirely from larch wood. The wood is carefully dried, shaped and joined together creating a soft and inviting bath. Likened to the typical round shape of the Japanese Ofuro, this European version is extended.

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