Ofuro is the Japanese word for Bath. But the Japanese concept of a bath is much different than what Americans usually think of it. Often placed outdoors, in a garden or peaceful setting, they promote well-being and harmony with nature. You too can have a soothing, relaxing, meditative time in your own Ofuro…this one is from Northern Lights. The Ofuro, or Japanese soaking tub, is one of those fixtures that will give a feeling of luxury and visual appeal, while also providing comfort and relaxation. So, read on to find out all the details of what makes a Japanese soaking tub, and where you can get one for yourself!
Japanese soaking tubs for small bathrooms as interesting idea for any house
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Searching for some Asian influence in your bathroom? All Japanese soaking bathtubs are fabricated with a bench seat — providing you the ultimate in bathing comfort. Diamond Spas offers five spectacular Japanese baths, all flaunting East meets West aesthetics. Japanese soaking tub options have luring effects on Zen enthusiasts, a sincere tribute to the Feng Shui spirit. The traditional Japanese tub is gaining popularity worldwide by those who take great care of their health and beauty. This cleansing ritual from its origination was to place as much of the body under the water as possible to completely cleanse the body. You will notice the depth of the Diamond Spas Japanese tub, it is very deep, to easily submerge the entire body up to the neck while sitting in an upright position as tradition would have it.
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If you're remodeling a small bathroom, chances are you've dreamed of—and then discarded—the idea of a sumptuous, spa-like tub. After all, what could possibly fit in a tiny space other than something shallow, narrow and uncomfortable? In other words, the tub you're ripping out. The surprising answer: More than you think. In fact, a recent online search uncovered plenty of non-standard-sized and shaped tubs that are specially designed for maximum comfort in minimal space.