auto-translate Public Bath house "Kodakara-yu" Sōbō-yu is a public bath that was operating in Senju, Adachi-ku, which opened in October 1929 (Showa 4). The building said that the owner brought in a craftsman who liked it from Ishikawa Prefecture where he was born and built it. At the entrance there is a large blown-up that makes me think of a shrine and a temple. Also on the entrance is an elaborate sculpture of the Seven Lucky Gods on board the ship. In the dressing area there is a tastefully appointed tsubosan, and in the bathroom part there is a tile painting which is said to have adopted advanced Tokyo public baths from Taisho to Showa era. In this way, Koko - yu is made with luxury with a representative form of Tokyo &39;s public bath. The building restored its original construction, and the interior reproduces the appearance of the public bath in the Showa 30 &39;s. Entrance Ban Tan Men Dressing Room Men Yuka Boiler Room Woman Dressing Female Year Building Year: 1929 (Showa 4) Former Location: Senjimoto Town, Adachi-ku Donor: Mr. Toru Hiraoka "Kodakarayu" was a public bath house located in Senju , Adachi-ku, which was opened in October of 1929. The oversized karahafu (bow-shaped Tang gables), which are evocative of shrines or The changing room faced the elaborate courtyard and And the entrance way, the putrant sculptures of the entrance way, the exquisite sculptures of Shichifukujin (the Seven Deities of Good Fortune) was attached to be riding in the vessel. Thus, the building has been restored Constructed in: 1929 Original Location: 3-chome Senju motomachi, Adachi-ku Donor: Mr. Tokuro Hiraoka
Public Bath house “Kodakara-yu"
子宝湯 は足立区千住 で営業していた銭湯 で、開業は1929年(昭和4)10月である。
玄関には神社仏閣 を思わせる大型の唐破風 がのっている。また、玄関の上には、船
に乗る七福神 の精巧な彫刻 が取り付けられている。脱衣場には趣向を凝らした坪庭 が
"Kodakarayu" was a public bath house located in Senju, Adachi-ku, which was opened in October of
1929. It is said that it was constructed by the owner's favorite workmen from the owner's hometown in
The oversized karahafu (bow-shaped Tang gables), which are evocative of shrines or temples, were
put on the roof of the entrance. And above, in the entranceway, the exquisite sculptures of Shichifukujin
(the Seven Deities of Good Fortune) were attached to appear to be riding in the vessel. The changing
room faced the elaborate courtyard and tile paintings, which were introduced into the fashionable Tokyo
public bath houses during the Taisho and Showa Periods and were affixed to the walls of the bathroom.
Thus, Kodakarayu represented the style of Tokyo and had a very luxurious structure.
The building has been restored in the form of its original construction, and its interior is reminiscent
of the atmosphere of a public bath house in the late 1950s.
Constructed in : 1929
Original Location: 3-chome Senju motomachi, Adachi-ku
: Mr. Tokuro Hiraoka
wawa about 2 years
子宝湯 小金井市関野町２丁目９ 江戸東京たてもの園