Place ReviewUnique bath: Kabuki Hot Springs in San Francisco

Unique bath: Kabuki Hot Springs in San Francisco

Kabuki Hot Springs in Japantown

You don’t want to go to Japan to have a Japanese bath. Go over to Japantown, near the Kabuki Hotel and the Best Western Tomo. Kabuki Hot Springs – (1750 Geary Blvd) is unique than any bath you’ll consider in San Francisco.

Kabuki provides classic services (relaxation, massages, body massage, and acupressure), its collectivized tubs can be just as soothing. After escorting your attire in the locker room, You will have access to the peaceful shower area. There’s no problem, in dimmed lights, there’s a dry bathroom, steam room, hot lagoon, ice plummet lagoon, Western-style rain (with drapes), and a chair, Japanese-style showering location. Accept a dish of seasoning (offered) and wash your face, Cleaning with a hand-held nozzle. But don’t make the mistake of using lotion before you go — that seasoning can hurt!

Between showering and hopping in the bath, You can relax on wooden chairs, sipping tea and heating up with chilled cucumber washcloths. The hotel is simple; some people read magazines, Some people just stop their eyes. After each hour turn, or keep going all the day. It’s also $ 22 – $ 25 ($ 15 for couples – get both). Most of the facilities you would consider a bath are still there: lotion, shampoos, Brushes, creams, linens, and much more.

Baths are reserved on alternate days for men and women, there’s no need to worry about falling your cloth at the front of the opposite sex. People use the baths on Mondays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, while it was reserved for the girls on Wednesday, Fridays, and Sundays. As for Tuesdays: it’s co-ed (don’t worry, attire is needed).

– Debbie Abrams Kaplan of Frisco Kids and Kaplan Ink

[Photo 1 Credit – Photo 1 Credit -: Cesar Rubio] [Photo 2 Credits: Frankie Frankeny]

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