Before Bathing, Check the Duck Count

Before you step naked into a Japanese sento, or public bathhouse, you’d probably like to know how many other naked people you’ll be sharing the water with. You often won’t know until you step into the bath itself, after passing through the lobby and changing room, although people have developed ways to estimate the crowd. Now, a bathhouse called Ninjinyu in Toyohashi City has unveiled a cute way to know before you undress, even if you don’t read Japanese. The picture above shows a display at the front desk, where you can see that there are two ducks in the ladies pool, and six in the men’s pool. This means two women and six men currently using the baths. Sora News explains how this helps everyone coming in the door. -via Fark

Source: neatorama

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