Stainless steel Japanese Ofuro to pamper you everyday

Who wouldn’t love to be treated to a spa treatment everyday? Thanks to the Stainless Steel Ofuro you can be pampered silly, everyday! This soaking tub is patterned after the Japanese ofuro, in which a single person sits, relaxing in soothing hot water as part of a traditional, centuries-old daily bathing ritual designed to cleanse the body and calm the spirit. Used in spas and resorts everywhere, this traditional bathing vessel is individually handcrafted in the U.S. of 14-gauge, 304-grade stainless steel with 18% chromium composition for years of durability and simple maintenance, and is tungsten inert gas (TIG)-welded for the smoothest seams possible. Three non-slip steps with a handrail provide access to the tub and the rail extends around the rim of the tub. The seat sits 15″ from the bottom of the hand-buffed 3″ thick, double-walled metal tub, which warms quickly when filled with hot water. 18 air jets built into the seat and sides of the tub provide streams of water to massage and soothe muscles. The jet system boasts of three settings that can be controlled with the touch of a button. Insulation within the walls retains heat, ensuring a comfortable soak. The best part of the whole structure is that it takes up minimal floor space and it can be installed into a deck or used as a freestanding tub.

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The delivery includes in-home set up and removal of packing materials and it plugs into AC. Measuring: 71 1/2″ L x 48″ W x 45 1/2″ H. (500 lbs.), this Japanese tub will cost you $20,000 and it is available at