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Ami

Friday, 16 December 2011

Grand Opening Harusaki Onsen

My dear friends, I have some good news for you. Our Samurai clan has asked me to create them a place for relaxation and socializing especially after battle and training sessions. I have put their request aside for a while because I was a little bit busy with other projects and because I couln't decide how such a place should look like.


I came to the conclusion that what the Samurai and the rest of our community was lacking is a traditional Japanese Onsen. An Onsen is a term for hot springs in the Japanese language, though the term is often used to describe the bathing facilities and inns around the hot springs. As a volcanically active country, Japan has thousands of onsen scattered along its length and breadth. Onsen were traditionally used as public bathing places.


I have found a nice natural Hot Spring in the South West corner of Japan Chubu and commissioned our workers to build our community an Onsen. As from today I am very happy and honored to announce we now have our own Onsen called The Harusaki Onsen. 


At the Harusaki Onsen all guests are expected to wash their bodies and rinse themselves thoroughly before entering the hot water. Entering the Onsen while still dirty or with traces of soap on the body is unacceptable.

Bathers are not allowed to wear swimsuits in the baths. Therefore we have Fundoshi and Geta for all visitors to pick up at no charge. Please take a moment to also pick up the Harusaki Onsen Rules from one of the signs around the compound and make sure to not feed the monkeys.


The Harusaki Onsen can be found on the South West corner of Japan Chubu to the West of the open air arena.


I would like to invite all residents and visitors to come over and enjoy our new addition. Sake and Sushi will be provided.




Ami

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