Ashiyu, Japanese foot baths 足湯

  • Published on : 12/12/2018
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Ashiyu are public foot baths

Des onsen pour pieds en pleine rue

Situés généralement à deuxpas des onsen, les ashiyu sont des bains de pieds publics trèspopulaires au Japon. Présents aussi bien près des sources thermalesque des spots touristiques, ils permettent de se relaxer en un tempsrecord et offrent de magnifiques paysages à contempler... les piedsdans l'eau !

You can find ashiyu along the street! This is in Atami, a town know for its onsen

Ashiyu are ideal after a day of walking or sightseeing

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