Japanese bathrooms can be an expensive endeavor, but this article from our friends at The Verge offers a step-by-step guide to getting started.
There are plenty of DIY options for those looking to make their own Japanese bathrooms, but we’ll start with one of the easiest and cheapest: a standard-sized shower.
In addition to a standard showerhead and shower drain, this kit includes a tub, sink, and a shower curtain, as well as a wash basin and soap dispenser.
All that’s needed to install the shower is a small box, a drill, and some nails.
(There are also a few other tools and materials required for this kit, but that’s a topic for another post.)
Here’s how it works: The kit comes with everything you’ll need to make the bathroom, including a showerhead, a drain, and the drain plug.
Once everything is assembled, you’ll be ready to go.
The DIY kit from our Japanese bathroom renovation guide