There were only 2 people again!
Though it was not cold and good temperature for running.
It seems that SQH3 is not get along with Ginza area..
Just Hiroki (3rd time.maybe) and Second Hand Job have met up at Konparu-yu but this public bath
not allowed to leave our belonging while running.
We had to changed the plan.
At first, we changed clothes at Yamada denki. (I bought a bottle of sport drink to be a customer!)
And put all our belonging into a coin locker of Shimbashi station.
We did fun run, and took bath.
Year, it was okay. until then.
That public bath is structured as a building few stories high but interior is really typical old style.
There is a reason that I dare to write this report in English, not in Japanese.
An old woman, who is the mistress of that public bath told us "we'll be closed at 10 p.m".
I replied as "sure" because it was 9:10 p.m and I usually take bath by 40 mins.
Unbelievable happenings occurred while I was wearing clothes after taking bath.
First, half of the lights has been turned off by the mistress.
Next, a man who looks 50's has entered to ladies room to do cleaning though it was 9:40 p.m!
I decided that I won't come here again but another trouble which bring me here again has occurred.(describe later)
Anyhow, after taking bath we walked to an izakaya because I can use discount ticket, but it has already
closed ealier due to that day is Saturday.
I felt I'm so unlucky.. but Just Hiroki brought me to a nice French bar and we could enjoy beer and goodies!
They relieved me..
BTW, I found I'd left my nike+ sports band at the sento, on Monday.
I tried to call Komparu-yu, and the mistress of sento replied as
"A kind person find your belonging."
I think I might not lose it if you didn't turn off the light!!!
I visited there again.
The old lady said "Please write down you name, address and telephone number for just in the case."
I'm certainly the owner of this watch. Are there anything what someone need to contact me??
I surrendered to avoid trouble ANY MORE.
That is the all story about the public bath in Ginza.