Cabuchon Bathforms has announced the launch of the Yasahiro, a modern take on the traditional Japanese ofuro and a bath that draws upon more than 20 years’ experience at the forefront of deep soaking tub design. The Yasahiro represents the company’s fifth generation of deep soaking tubs and, as such, it incorporates everything its designers have learned about comfort, access and utility. Key features include a sculpted back-rest, a low seat that optimises bather comfort, a soft headrest and long integrated armrests. The Yasahiro also boasts a large footwell that makes it suitable for use with overhead or wall-mounted showers. The Yasahiro’s seat is lower than in other Cabuchon deep soaking tubs and this has enabled the company to reduce its overall height. The bather can still soak chest-deep in the same depth of water as in previous models but its lower sides make it easier to enter, and an external step is now rendered unnecessary. The Yasahiro can be installed free-standing but its compact dimensions – 1440mm x 850mm (56.75Ē x 33.5Ē) – make it especially well suited for use as a corner bath and in smaller bathrooms typical of city apartments, townhouses and boutique hotels. It can also be built into a raised deck or sunk into a floor.
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