Japan is in the midst of an unprecedented wave of turtle house tourism, and one of the best spots is a newly opened swimming pool in Shinagawa.
The 1,200-square-meter pool, which opened this month in Tokyo’s Ikebukuro neighborhood, is set to attract tens of thousands of tourists a year, according to the local tourism bureau.
The beach-style pool is located in a neighborhood known as the “downtown area,” where tourists can relax and enjoy the sights and sounds of the city.
The pool, named the “Turtle House,” features an open-air area, a deck, and a small swimming pool.
The pool is designed to be comfortable, so guests can sit down to relax and watch the sun set.
In addition to a large outdoor stage, the pool has three large indoor tables, as well as a large screen.
Visitors are able to sit in the pool’s heated area or take advantage of the island-style views.
It has also been designed to keep guests from feeling claustrophobic, as there are no barriers in the water.
It also offers a great place to play and enjoy games such as beach volleyball and ping pong.
The Japanese have also adopted a more “traditional” approach to turtle house culture.
There is a strict etiquette code for the pool, and guests must wash their hands before entering the pool.
If guests are found in the wrong place, the beach will be the last place to go.
The Turtle House pool was developed by Tokyo-based Tokyo-focused company Shikikatsu, which has been operating the pool since 2008.
Its goal is to provide a “family-friendly” environment that “promotes family harmony,” according to a statement from Shikakatsu.
It is not yet known how many people have booked in to swim in the Turtle House.