#DY0OTA4YTFm 💋 IZUMI Japanese Bath - Princess Cruises [82 FILES :: 430 MB]
On its longer cruises (seven nights or more), Diamond Princess typically carries about 60 percent Japanese passengers; the rest is a mix of Americans, Canadians, Australians and a few Europeans. 13 avr. 2023 · Izumi – The Diamond Princess has an Izumi Japanese Bath, which is modeled after Japanese onsens. This is separate from the Lotus Spa and is not included in the spa pass. The cost per person was $25. IZUMI Japanese Bath - Princess Cruises IZUMI Japanese Bath Soak in the Traditional Onsen Experience Izumi, modeled after a traditional Japanese bath or “onsen” features indoor and outdoor Japanese bathing experiences, including steam rooms, saunas, and hot tubs with spectacular ocean views. 10 févr. 2020 · The ship's Izumi Japanese Bathhouse is the big talking point. Spread out over a huge area on Deck 15, it offers segregated bathing areas for men and women, comprising hot baths (both indoors and. 30 déc. 2017 · Australia & New Zealand Cruisers Diamond Princess Izumi Spa Announcing Our 2023 Cruisers' Choice Award Winners! Diamond Princess Izumi Spa By Hammer61, December 30, 2017 in Australia &. Tokyo (Yokohama) Princess Diamond Princess Cruise Reviews 4.0 / 5.0 Editor Rating 908 reviews 1 Award Write a Review Overview Reviews Dining Activities Photos Cabins Decks See all photos. Styled after traditional Japanese public baths, Izumi features two indoor areas (segregated by sex) and one outdoor hydrotherapy pool, where men and women mingle. Each indoor area has four heated whirlpools -- two completely inside and two open-air; all have lovely views out over the wake. Cruise Critic Contributor. Diamond Princess' 1,337 cabins are spread among eight decks. Staterooms are comfortable and soothing, furnished in mellow colors of blue, gold, tan and pale sienna. They. Tokyo (Yokohama) Princess Diamond Princess Cruises: Read 165 Princess Diamond Princess Tokyo (Yokohama) cruise reviews. Find great deals, tips and tricks on Cruise Critic to help plan your cruise. You can choose from three set menus, ranging from $15 to $19, which include miso soup, salad, udon noodle soup and either sushi, sashimi or kaisendon (sashimi atop a bowl of rice). Sashimi orders (five pieces each) range from $12 to $13.75, and sushi orders (two pieces each) are $3 to $5.50.