One of the 18 communal baths in Kusatsu Onsen, near Daitakino-Yu, is located along Suzuran Street (Route 292) and is relatively easy to understand. The exterior is beautiful, but the inside is really a communal bath. I think that is the reason for the crime prevention, but the bell is ringing when I open the door of the entrance and a little surprised in the communal bath of Kusatsu Onsen, the hot water of the source of Yunbata is thrown away in a larger bathtub. The hot water that is cloudy and thin with a fine yunohana
There is not a lot of smell, but there is a feeling of intense acidity and slimy I feel that this is more dense than the Beltz Hot Spring Center which I have, but I think that I need to yell to enter because the water is hot. Kusatsu Onsen is free to open these communal baths, so I really appreciate it, so I’ll have to use it with gratitude.
Original article source:https://blog.goo.ne.jp/toshibo1977/e/e54e6828b9f49bea5cf68b55d6bea955
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