001 . 半妖日記 : Off to the Public Bathhouse

001 . 半妖日記 : Off to the Public Bathhouse

I wanted to have some fun with this Bathhouse that was lovingly made by the one and only Hiro of Taikou! So be prepared for several photos showcasing this build in the coming days. I had a lot of fun with it, and I hope you guys enjoy both my photos and the building and decorations Hiro created.

This bathhouse has so many amazing opportunities for some really immersive applications in Second Life. I could see this fitting perfectly in some Roleplay sims or even in a photographic sim to add more realism to the sim overall.

The Public Bathhouse, as it is titled, comes with several rooms split right down the middle. Mimicking the real life architecture of Japanese public bathhouses. In addition to the building itself, Taikou has kindly proved tons of furniture and decorative pieces to create your own layout and style within the building. From sinks that mirror each other for ease of placement, to lockers to even a massage chair to help get those remaining knots in your back that the hot springs might not have gotten out.

To start, the main entry is quite spacious and comes with duel doors opening to the backside of the welcoming counter. One either side of said counter, there are two doors. Both open up into their own respective locker rooms where patrons can change into their bath towels before entering the shower room.

The shower room is meant to do as one might imagine, shower yourself off. Cleaning one’s self before leaving the shower is highly encouraged as the hot springs’ main usage is for comfort and relaxation. Not to clean and wash up in; as doing so would be bad manners. With the additions to the outdoor hot springs, like a fountain pouring water into the bath or the mist rising up. All of those elements add to the fun of what this whole package has in store for you.

I hope you guys enjoy this little series I’m doing. Like I said earlier, there is so much to show off and display from this Public Bathhouse, that I really wanted to let each room and the building itself shine. And thank you to Mauro, for allowing me to steal several hours of his free time to pose and be in the series with me. 😛

building & decorations | Public Bathhouse set by taikou (mainstore)

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