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Updated: October 1, 2019
The name of this public bath means "Azabu black water of beauty," inspired by the mineral-rich water which is the color of dark tea and said to be great for your skin.
While public baths in Japan are known for having tiled murals of Mt.Fuji to gaze at while you soak, the decor here is a little unusual. The women's bath features a full map of Japan, while the men's bath boasts a huge mural of the Nihon Maru sailing ship.
General admission: 470 yen
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