Sunaburo Sand bath


Actually, being buried in hot sand is a lot more pleasant than it sounds. You wear a sleeping robe, and then the ladies shovel hot sand over you. It’s incredibly relaxing. This sunaburo is in Beppu, on the island of Kyushu.


3 Responses to “Sunaburo Sand bath”

  1. T Moses Says:

    I plan to visit Japan for a month and intend to travel around Japan by train. Alomg the way I wil visit many onsen. Are there more sunaburo around Japan?


  2. davetiye Says:

    thank you very much. good post

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