Naoshima Bath, Naoshima-cho
(3.9/5 based on 140+ reviews on the web)
Combining elements of an art exhibit and public bath, Naoshima Bath features works by Japanese artist Shinro Otake. The white room exudes an airy feel, while the interesting tile work depicting abalone divers adds charm to this unusual attraction. Lockers are provided on site, as are towels and soaps--which you can also purchase as neat souvenirs. Add Naoshima Bath and other attractions to your Naoshima-cho trip itinerary using our Naoshima-cho holiday planner.
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  • Facilities are public baths just changed the interiors, you will feel strange. And there are many overseas customers. Gyosan sold in series and towels are nice souvenirs and practical.
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  • since got no time also take many hot spring before. we don't go inside but take outside visit. design is interesting. ok 
  • Shinro OTAKE learned for the first time here. I thought it was space that OTAKE "now here is what you have to mind. The original while retaining a public bath to introduce new elements. Shunga, locker room, located between the male and female bathing elephant figurine, painted on the bottom of the video pink movies, bath. Don't take children and awkward but I will... The bath is small but was a nice space.
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