Do you know what a Kamaburo is? It is said that the locals of Ohara Yase in Kyoto’s Rakuhoku presented a Kamaburo to heal the wound of Prince Oama who took a stray arrow to the back during the Jinshin revolt. Resembling a wood fire oven this traditional Japanese sauna is still in use in this area even after 1300 years later. Surrounded by the wildlife at the foot of Mt. Hiei, and close to Sanzen-in Temple, you will experience time move slower while you listen to babble of water.