Tag:amenity=public_bath

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Public-images-osm logo.svg amenity = public_bath
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Description
A location where the public may bathe in common
Used on these elements
may be used on nodesshould not be used on waysmay be used on areasuse on relations unspecified
Useful combination
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Status: In use

This tag is used for a location where the public may bathe in common. Bathers may or may not need to pay a fee, and are often separated by gender. See Wikipedia-16px.png Public bathing on Wikipedia for examples. Note that a location used for relaxation or therapy should be tagged as amenity=spa, amenity=sauna, and/or one of the bath: tags mentioned below.

How to Map

To represent a stand-alone public bath, place a node or trace the bath building outline, then tag with amenity=public_bath.

Although they may also have public bathing facilities, hot springs such as those found in Japan (onsen) and Iceland have suggested tagging as detailed below.

Japanese Onsen

An Onsen is a bathing amenity, with water from a natural hot spring, sometimes thought to have medicinal properties. It is a common leisure amenity in Japan. See Wikipedia-16px.png Onsen on Wikipedia for more details.

Subtags

Key Value Comment
bath:type=* onsen amenity has bathing amenity, and the waters from natural hot spring.
bath:type=* foot_bath foot_bath is usually are a (free) service offered in the front of the onsen to passerbys.
It's very shallow, and surrounded by seats, it's like a big sink, rather than a pool.
"Ashiyu" in Japanese. Wikipedia-16px.png Ashiyu on Wikipedia
bath:open_air=* yes/no bathing amenity which has "open air" bath. "Roten buro" in Japanese.
bath:sand_bath=* yes/no Mark "yes" if the bathing amenity is sand bath (Suna_yu) or not.

Onsen Situation Sample

Sample Tagging Comments
Onsen Yado tourism=hotel (or something other, like B&B)
bath:type=onsen
Hotel or other lodging amenity with Onsen.
Higaeri Onsen tourism=hotel (or something other, like B&B)
amenity=spa (proposed)
bath:type=onsen
Hotel with Onsen, can use onsen without lodging.
Roten buro amenity=spa
bath:type=onsen
bath:open_air=yes
Open Air bathing amenity
Sento amenity=public_bath daily (hot water) bathing amenity using water not from hot spring.
Ashi Yu (foot_bath) amenity=public_bath
bath:type=foot_bath
Suna Yu (Sand bath) amenity=sauna or amenity=spa (proposed)
bath:type=onsen
bath:sand_bath=yes
Onsen Sauna

Icelandic hot baths

In Iceland hot water from the ground is abundant due to geothermal activity, so the baths are often situated at the hot spring itself. Hot water from the springs are piped over to nearby settlements and used there.

Subtags

Key Value Comment
bath:type=* hot_spring amenity has bathing amenity, and the waters comes directly from natural hot spring.
bath:open_air=* yes/no bathing amenity which has "open air" bath.

Iceland Situation Sample

Sample Tagging Comments
- tourism=hotel
amenity=public_bath
Hotel or other lodging amenity with a common bathing facility.
Hot Springs Hotel tourism=hotel
amenity=public_bath
bath:type=hot_spring
Hotel with spa centered around a natural hot spring.
- amenity=public_bath
bath:type=hot_spring
bath:open_air=yes
Open Air bathing amenity
Vesturbæjarlaug amenity=public_bath
bath:open_air=yes
bath:hot=yes
Public accessible bathing amenity using water not from hot spring. With the pools on the outside and some of them with hot water (37 °C).

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