- A resort in Japan offers pools filled with popular beverages
- There is a variety of options to choose from such as sake, red wine, coffee, and green tea
- They claim that each bath has its distinctive health benefit to offer
Has it ever occurred to you that your favorite beverage could be a place for you to dip yourself into? Maybe yes, but you surely did not expect the idea to be brought to life.
A resort in Japan simply got bored with the usual spa offerings, and decided to take it up a notch. The Yunessun Spa Resort in Hakone, Japan introduced the new concept to visitors, which is to soak in pools filled with different beverages. The hot springs, located less than two hours away from Tokyo, allow guests to immerse themselves in a variety of drinks – choices include coffee, green tea, red wine, and plenty of others. Now who would not have a good time with those? You are bound to find a preferred pool in no time.
The famed onsen claims that each beverage offers its own detoxing benefit. For coffee lovers who would like to deepen their relationship with the popular pick-me-up, the pool was said to help reduce cellulite.
As for those intoxicated with red wine, the bath with the alcoholic beverage boasts of its ability to provide protection to the skin with antioxidants.
The green bath – which is filled with green tea, and not Mountain Dew – features the benefit of keeping the skin younger looking. Meanwhile, soaking in sake could help decrease your sun spots.
Although these assertions are debatable, the spa has been known for letting visitors have a ‘novel’ experience and a unique way to relax and unwind. The place has been receiving a lot of good reviews on TripAdvisor, which could also play a factor on reeling more people in.
Facebook commenters did not shy away from sharing their thoughts about the attraction. A user named Tammy August explained that the baths, contrary to popular belief, are not straight wine or sake or as such. She said that the pools were clean and refilling, stating she has gone to the place several times already and a visit during winter was beautiful.
Another user enlightened other people on how it was a healthy concept, saying that it was similar to a milk bath and that the baths are filled with herbs and minerals which do the skin good.-HB, Kami Media