It is good etiquette to let the store clerk know that you would like to try some clothes on before taking clothes to the fitting room.
Refrain from taking clothes from their displays and entering the fitting room without being guided to it by the staff.
It is also considered good manners to wipe off the sweat from your underarms and back before fitting clothes.
How to use public bathing facilities and their proper etiquette
・Most public bathing facilities in Japanese bar customers with tattoos.
If you have a tattoo, check with the facilities attendant before entering the bath.
・Clothing, including underwear, is removed in the dressing room. Swimwear, such as trunks and swimsuits are not worn either.
・Place your clothes and underwear into the provided locker or basket.
・Thoroughly rinse and scrub your body in the shower area before entering the bath.
・Take your shower sitting down and make sure not to splash water onto people around you.
・Do not put towels into the bath.
・If you have long hair, take care not to submerge your hair in the bath water.
・Do not run or swim in the bath.
・Some facilities also have built-in saunas available.
Always wash off your sweat first if you are entering the bath from the sauna.
・Video, pictures and laundry are prohibited inside the premises.
・Always wipe yourself dry before returning to the dressing room.