On Naoshima, just like anywhere else in Japan, there are public baths or Sento.

However, in the village of Miyanoura, one is quite unique:

 

Naoshima Bath - I love yu - 2

 

Of course, you have recognized Shinro Ohtake’s Naoshima Bath also known as I♥湯 (I love Yu).

 

Naoshima Bath - I love yu - 1

 

 

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