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Changing room-Take off all your clothes and put them away together with your drying towel.
Washing your body-When you leave the changing room and go into the bathing area, go straight toward the area with the row of stools, mirrors, shower heads, and water taps. Sit on one of the stools and rinse your body with water from the taps and the shower heads. You can also use the soap, shampoo, and conditioner that may be provided. There are washbowls you can use to douse your body with water.
Washing towel-Bathers in public baths and hot spring baths are naked; swimsuits are not allowed. Instead, bathers bring small towels that are used to cover their private areas when outside of the baths. When inside the bath, you should keep these towels out of the water.
Enjoying the Bath-As with any Japanese bath, you are free to enter and exit the bath as many times as you like as long as you wash your body and hair first. Please avoid horseplay and making loud noises in public or hot spring baths, as the atmosphere is suppose to be one for relaxation and quiet conversation.
I liked learning about the Japanese culture because it is good to learn about other cultures when you know so much about your own culture. People like to learn and study new things so life does not get old and boring.
I learned that etiquette is very important when visiting Japan because the Japanese are very polite and respectful of others.