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Ofuro is a Japanese house bath. Most houses have it and it's included in daily Japanese family life. Usually family enjoys the bath every night and it's been prepared so that family members can enjoy it one after another. Ofuro is not a regular bathtub and should not even compare to one. The bath itself looks something like of a regular bathtub but it is usually built solid and it can not be moved. It's also often almost twice as larger than a normal bathtub. In the Japanese "bathroom," is a separate room from the toilet, the tub is sunk halfway into the floor. Because the bath water is only used for soaking (not for washing), all members of the family take turns using it. You wash in the area outside of the tub; you can not enter the bath without washing yourself first. Towels in the bath are also a no-no. There is a cover for the bath so that the water does not get cold for the next person. The water temperature should be between 100.4°F and 107.6°F, ...
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