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Japanese home bath

Japanese ladies washing and cleansing themselves; one is in a bath tub with water heated by a fire

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Step Back in Time: A Moment of Tranquility in a 19th Century Japanese Home Bath This evocative image transports us back in time to the serene world of a traditional Japanese home bath during the late 19th century. The scene captures the peaceful ritual of two ladies engaged in washing and cleansing themselves, surrounded by the simple yet elegant ambiance of their humble abode. The bath, known as "ofuro," is heated by a fire, creating a warm and inviting atmosphere. One lady sits comfortably in the tub, submerged in the soothing waters, while the other stands beside her, using a wooden scoop to pour water over her body. The steam rises gently, enveloping the room in a soft, misty haze. The ladies wear traditional Japanese garments - the one in the tub wears a "furoshiki" wrapping cloth, while the other dons a "yukata" robe. Their expressions are calm and focused, reflecting the meditative nature of this daily ritual. The minimalist decor of the room adds to the tranquil atmosphere. The wooden walls, tatami mats, and paper screens create a harmonious balance between nature and simplicity. A small table holds a selection of bathing accessories, including a wooden ladle, a scrub brush, and a small basin. This photograph offers a glimpse into the rich history of Japanese bathing culture, which has been an integral part of daily life for centuries. The bath was not only a place for cleansing the body but also a sanctuary for the mind and soul, a place to unwind and connect with oneself and nature. This image invites us to appreciate the beauty and simplicity of a bygone era and to reflect on the enduring significance of this ancient tradition in modern life.

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