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The mansion bathroom (洋館浴室 Yōkan yokushitsu?)[1] is a room in the Spencer Mansion. It is located on the first floor of the east wing. It is otherwise known simply as the "bathroom" (浴室 Yokushitsu?).[2]


It is the only bathroom inside Spencer mansion, that is brighten up the lights from the ceiling fan. A square-shaped carpet covered the middle floor of the bathroom. There is a hanging towel, next to the bathtub. A large mirror is placed below the sink. There is also a small toilet located next to the bathroom that is brighten up by the lamp on the wall.



Player can unplug the bathtub that is filled with muddy water, to find the Small Key.

Director CutEdit

In Director's Cut, a cutscene will played at some point showing a zombie approach the player character as they looking at the mirror. Player can find a Handgun Clip inside the bathtub after draining it.


Player can use the action prompts to remove the plug, thus draining the dirty water inside the bathtub. A small cutscene will played, showing a zombie appear from the bathtub. One old key can be retrieved from the bathtub.


Mansion Bathroom Location

The location of the Bathroom within the Mansion

Mansion bathroom (Remake)

Mansion bathroom (Remake)

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Resident Evil
Location Localization Original script
The bathtub The bathtub is filled with muddy water.
The sink It looks like the water still works.
The toilet It doesn't look like it's been serviced in a while.
The bathtub (full) It's full of dirty water.
Resident Evil (2002)
The sink It looks like the water still works.
The toilet on the next room It doesn't look like it's been serviced in a while.
Checking the bathtub It's full of dirty water. Remove the plug? Yes/No







  1. Hamamura (ed.), Kaitai Shinsho, p.359.
  2. Inside of BIO-HAZARD, p.62.

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