Unraveling the mysterious power of hot springs. “Wellness Technique”
Japanese traditional culture has been familiar with hot springs since ancient times.
Because of Japan’s geographical conditions, hot springs are scattered all over the country.
This time, we will approach the secret of such a mysterious hot spring.
If you are interested in health techniques, please learn about the power of hot springs and how to use them. Come join us on a journey of discovery.
History of hot springs in Japan
The history of hot springs goes back thousands of years.
The first hot spring in Japan was Dogo Onsen in Ehime Prefecture, recorded in the 8th century.
For centuries, hot springs have become a popular form of relaxation and healing for the Japanese.
Not only for physical healing, but also for spiritual healing.
In recent years, hot spring culture has become more popular due to the spread of the internet and social media. Many people have come to Japan to come in contact with Japan’s ancient healing culture.
Secrets hidden in Japanese hot springs
The secret of hot springs lies in the minerals contained in the hot water.
Minerals such as calcium, magnesium and sodium contribute to the healing effects of hot springs.
It promotes blood circulation, reduces stress, and heals wounds. These minerals are warmed by the earth’s geothermal heat and have a healing effect.
In addition, these minerals not only have a healing effect, but also provide a calm and relaxing atmosphere to those who visit the hot springs.
Effects of hot springs
Hot springs are believed to offer many health benefits to those who participate in traditional rituals.
Studies have shown that hot springs improve blood circulation, reduce stress, and improve physical and mental health.
Hot springs also help wash away impurities from your skin and create healthy skin.
In addition, hot springs are said to have the effect of boosting the immune system and expelling toxins from the body.
How to enjoy hot springs
To get the most out of your onsen, it’s important to follow certain guidelines.
First of all, it is important that the temperature of the hot water is not too hot and that the bath is not soaked for too long.
It is also important to take a shower before entering the hot spring and do not use soap or shampoo.
Finally, take your time and soak in the healing waters of the hot springs.
Hot springs are traditional and offer many benefits to those who enter them.
Hot springs provide the perfect environment for health promotion or to relax and rejuvenate.
On your next trip to Japan, how about exploring the secrets hidden in this mysterious hot spring and discovering its health powers?