Yutampo: Old heating appliances are being reviewed at the present time in japan

Japanese housing used to be very cold during the winter season as they were traditionally built to accommodate to the heat of summer. To get into the cold bedding in the icy cold room is simply tough.

When the home heating was not enough, hot water bottle had been a perfect solution as a bed warmer; it is a container into which hot water is filled and used as a heating source.

It was once being declined in contrast to the rise of electric blankets

However, since the middle of 2000’s in Japan the use of hot water bottle has been increased and the design has been modernised to attract more users. They can be also used as a cooler in summer time if you put cold water.

The idea was coming from environmental consciousness

It requires no electricity hence environmental and ecologically friendly. It is considered even healthier than using air-conditioner or other modern heating as most of them makes the air dry excessively.

The water after the use is not even wasted

The lukewarm water is the perfect temperature for the gentle wash for the face. You can use it to water your plant otherwise.

 

Most popular model

Most popular model is the one made of polyethylene which is high temperature resistant, durable, light-weight, inexpensive, and easy-care.
Ceramic made is also supported. It has the more lasting effect though it goes heavy-weight.
Polyethylene and ceramic materials are often made to be microwavable for easy preparation.

Usually, they are used with a wrapping bag to prevent burning.
Many wrapping bags in different design and material are available. You can choose your favourite ones for your container and change it from time to time, as you like.

 

 

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Tamaki SAITO(西東たまき)

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Born in Tokyo and raised in Chiba prefecture. I'm excited to reveal the Japan's life behind the scenes that you can hardly learn from the regular sources. Let me hear how far it worked from your side!

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