Discover the AQVA range of Japanese Baths.
A traditional Japanese bath is deep enough that the water will cover up to the shoulders whilst the bather is sitting upright.
Bath time in Japan are for soaking and relaxing as well as cleansing the body, therefore the tub shape is smaller and deeper than what is common in Western homes, offering a therapeutic yet space-efficient soaking experience.
Escape the crowds and chaos of daily life and create a sanctuary of Zen in your own bathroom.
Our Japanese bath models are available in either 1, 2 or even 4 seat configurations and are a very popular compact-footprint soaking solution.
Pastille Inserts Baths starting at $4,147 backed with a 30-year warranty.
Benefits of a Japanese Bath
According to Wikipedia Bathing is an important part of the daily routine in Japan, where bath tubs are for relaxing, not cleaning the body.
In Japan, Ofuro baths are steep-sided bathtubs that are deeper than usual and, for many generations, have featured in houses, apartments, and hotels all over Japan. Traditionally made from wood, our baths are constructed of extremely durable and UV stable premium Gelcoat. This creates a perfect blend of traditional bathing techniques with modern innovation.
A Japanese deep soaking bath will not only add style and function to your bathroom but you will also realise many other benefits associated with Ofuro baths. The most obvious benefit of Japanese deep soaking baths is that they are space-saving without compromising comfort. Available in 1140 and 1300 lengths, our baths are supportive, relaxing, and ergonomically designed. We have also introduced low, integrated seats to further enhance bather comfort and relaxation.
This happy marriage of physical stability and luxurious support is especially important for those who suffer from limited mobility. Japanese style baths also offer superior water heat retention due to a smaller water surface.