It is the practice since Edo to use a hot spring at the May festival (on both days of 4 and 5), a hot spring with a summer hot water and a hot spring at the winter solstice of December. Among them, Momoyu was quickly abandoned. It is said that if you enter the boiling water of the peach leaves in the heat during the heat, you will not get caught by the insects, but if the customers are not pleased or if the hot water is not suitable After the Sino-Japanese War, the name of Momoyu was also forgotten. On the day of hot spring or hot spring, there are three treasures of white wood on the stand of the hot water store, and the customer twists the hot water into a half sheet of paper and places it on the three treasures. It is called and called "Ohtori". In other words, in order to pay for the cost of persimmons and persimmons, the extra sen is wrapped with one or two sen rather than the prescribed water sen. There were quite a lot of income for this “O-Tori”, for example, in a hot-water store near Hanayani. This is because the geisha are inspired, and five sens and ten sens are additionally wrapped. Furthermore, at the end of the Meiji Era, the flower garden world was exceptional, ignoring its three treasures in other places, and customers who had only ordinary water on the day came to grow, so even the people in the water bath naturally I made a lot of chopsticks, and both hot water and hot water became molds.
"Ukiyoe Bath" and the like are written about the second floor of the hot spring, but it seems that there were many men on the second floor of the hot spring of the Sanma period. From the end of the Edo period, a young woman began to be placed, and the remains moved to Tokyo, and in the early years of the Meiji Era, there were two floors in most hot water houses, and it was possible to ascend and descend from the entrance of male hot water. There was a woman who smelled white powder waiting for one or two people, and the guests who went upstairs were reading newspapers and magazines, reading shoguns, drinking ramunes, pasting confections, and drinking barley water. Because it is often found unfamiliar examples from the top of the Fukoku rule, it was banned from around 1868. There was an argument that it was unfair to ban only the second floor of the hot spring while allowing the Yaba and the fine liquor store, but as the hot spring was the main business, even if the second floor of the secondary business was barred, there was no public opposition Because of this, the second floor of the bath house has passed away, and the name "The bathhouse of the bath house" has disappeared.