Japan bathing fact that's too normal only for 🇯🇵 Typically all Japanese bathe before going to bed. We fill up the tub with hot water and relax in there after washing ourselves at the space next to the tub in the room (not in the tab) set apart from a changing room with a hard door often with a lock. We use a flatter bucket to scoop out the clean water to rinse ourselves on the chair in the washing space when washing. We recycle the water for the washing machine that has an extension tube to suck up the bathtub water, so it uses the tub water for washing before rinsing with the tab water. The tub rid keep the heat but auto-fill machine that normally fills up the hot water can also control the temperature and refill the tub by a touch of a button, so we can use the tub water for a couple of days before it is used to the washing. There is no way the toilets exist in the same room nor in the changing room, so it's normally located by itself in a separate room. An apartment is cheaper when a toilet and the bathtub are in the same room because it's considered inconvenient, unless it was specifically made for foreigners and it is hard to find such bathrooms for houses.
Scientifically it's proven that daily bathing is super good for women in so many ways long time ago, and a completely private bathing room and auto-fill is a standard. If America starts to have this design and system I will move there tomorrow. What unique relaxing culture do you have?
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