The hot water origins from geothermally heated springs. Yes, there is something like an onsen etiquette in Japan and you definitely should learn about it before soaking in an onsen. This rule is almost universal in Japan and not unique to hot spring facilities. Unless you are on a remote island, hopping into a deserted outdoor hot spring near the ocean, you most likely will have to take your shoes off right at the entrance of the facility. Most of the time, there are coin lockers or shoe boxes where you can put them. The majority of onsen in Japan are not mixed gender, so you need to make sure you enter the correct entrance. Or else this might be your last onsen visit. It was within a shrine and you shall not be naked in front of the gods ….
Onsen Etiquette #2: Don’t enter the wrong door!
There are many types of hot springs to enjoy. The conventional hot spring is a hot water bath. Depending on the spring, different minerals are dissolved in the water, giving it different health benefits, colors and smells. Many hot springs contain sulfur and have an according odor.
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No towel, no problem. Catch this traditional Japanese experience of a mixed-gender host spring bath before it slips away With Japan being a highly volcanic island, the Japanese have harnessed and perfected the art of onsen , or hot springs , for centuries. Today, mixed-gender onsen, or konyoku, are hard to find, with places like Tokyo having bans on such establishments. Generally, women are given towels to cover their bodies in the baths while men will bathe fully undressed. However, this dying breed of onsen can be found tucked away in the depths of the countryside or even on remote islands. With numbers dwindling, experiencing this one-of-a-kind Japanese tradition before they disappear is highly recommended. Takaragawa Onsen sits alongside the Tone River, surrounded by greenery and beautiful stone. This hot spring is well known throughout Japan for being beautiful year round, with high traffic during the autumn season. Located close to ski slopes and ample hiking trails, Hotel Kojokaku is a great place to relax after a long strenuous day.
In fact I think the best time to be nude is when you have a lot of clothes on, and maybe a coat. So to strip off and bathe in front of a bunch of old Japanese dudes, not to mention a few of my fellow travellers with whom I shared miso soup earlier and would have to make small talk with for the next 10 days, filled me with the sort of apprehension that weirdly manifests in hearty bravado ie. It was great!