Stephanie Crohin: Passionate explorer of Japanese baths, author, speaker, photographer, journalist and ambassador for Sento
Stephanie Crohin, originally from France, dropped anchor in Japan in 2008. She quickly became fascinated by Japanese bathing culture and specialized in this unique field. Today, she is a recognized expert and has written three books on Sento, the Japanese baths, in which she demonstrates her passion and commitment to this fascinating field.
-2017 Sento ha Chiisana Bijutukan 銭湯は、小さな美術館
-2018 Tokyo sento Meguri フランス女子の東京銭湯めぐり
Stephanie Crohin has visited more than 1000 Japanese public baths and is a true explorer of sento, delving into the history, architecture and art treasures that make sento unique places. Her work goes beyond writing and photography as she strives to promote Japanese bathing culture both inside and outside of Japan, utilizing her trilingual language skills. Stephanie explores the history, architecture and art treasures that make up these unique places. Her influence extends beyond writing and photography as she strives to spread Japanese bathing culture both inside and outside of Japan.
Stephanie is a passionate photographer and shares photos of sento from all over Japan on her Instagram account. Users can follow her adventures under the hashtag #dokodemosento. She has also been recognized as an official Sento since 2015, which confirms her official commitment to promoting these cultural jewels.
She shares her experiences at conferences at universities, companies, various institutions and media events, shedding light on the sometimes forgotten or unknown sento. She is also a member of the Tokyo Municipal Bath Committees and contributes to the annual evaluation of sento. Her commitment to the preservation and promotion of Sento culture and her ability to spark the interest of new generations is undeniable.
In addition to her work sento, Stephanie has recently delved into her second passion, interior design, offering warm interior designs.
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