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Enlightening public bathhouse

By some chance, I have recently been hanging out with a young entrepreneur, Yuki Naruse, in Kyoto.
Took me to Hakusan-yu, a public bathhouse in Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto!

A water bath with mellow spring water as its source. The water spurting from an exaggerated brass faucet soothes you, and now you are ready for a hot bath. After alternating between the two, we rest for about five minutes.
Strangely, the brain becomes clear in every corner. According to Mr. Naruse, this method is a way to easily become enlightened.

After enjoying the enlightenment, I filled a plastic bottle with the spraying spring water and brought it back to the hotel.
Drinking that water purified my body and made me feel like I was part of nature.
Please read the following article for Naruse’s story that takes you on such an inner journey.

What kind of digital content is necessary to maximize the enjoyment of real travel? The story of Yuki Naruse.