An eco bath
#ecobathroom

Japanese style :)

In Japan, there's a culture of viewing the moon on a night of September (and also similar culture exists all over the Asia).http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tsukimi

This habit definitely really gave me an inspiration for making this set.
It must be great to watch beautiful moon while bathing! :)

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