Kamaburo

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A Kamaburo (釜風呂) also known as a Kettle Bath is a type of Japanese bathtub that has a design similar to an iron kettle with edges to the sides. It is heated from a small furnace at the bottom. An Oil Drum bath is an informal improvisation of this type of bathtub.

Kamaburo Appearances

Date Anime Episode or Movie/Manga Chapter
December 13th, 2003 "Ai Yori Aoshi Enishi episode 10"
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Miyabi Kagurazaki and Mayu Miyuki are seen Neighbor Bathing in Kamaburos that are at the huge Public Bath resort they are at.
May 20th, 2004 "Samurai Champloo episode 1"
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During a fight in a burning restaurant, Mugen hallucinates and sees his opponent Jin naked and bathing in a Kamaburo just before Mugen passes out. It is likely a reference to the real story behind the Kamaburo.
July 15th, 2004 "Samurai Champloo episode 8"
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Fuu Kasumi is seen taking a Bath in a Kamaburo while staying in a hotel room she rented by herself for a night.
July 29th, 2004 "Samurai Champloo episode 10"
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Zuikou is seen taking a bath in a Kamaburo in front of Jin while talking to him.
July 25th, 2014 "Rail Wars! episode 4"
Nana Iida is seen taking a Bath in a Kamaburo at an Onsen while the rest of the girls are bathing in the Hot Spring.

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