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Rub a Dub Tub Full of Ramen

At the Yunessun Spa Resort in Hakone, Japan you can enjoy more than 25 different kinds of spa related services and recreational water activities. While there are plenty of normal spa treatments, and wild water slides for the adventurous, it is their unusual foodie soaks that keep folks interested. From now until September 26, you'll be able to enjoy a ramen bath, with or without curry.

If the idea of soaking in broth doesn't tickle your fancy, then perhaps a soak in green tea, coffee, or red wine will do the trick?

To check out video footage of the new ramen bath,

Source: Japan Probe

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beingtazim beingtazim 8 years
oh gross! all of those sound icky.
quelle quelle 8 years
hahaha i love ramen but i don't think i'd soak in a ramen bath! actually... i take that back. if i were in japan sometime before this special ramen bath ended i'd totally try it out! just for the sake of saying i did it. and everyone knows i'm crazy anyway. :p
chancleta chancleta 8 years
ick!
LenaLenaLena LenaLenaLena 8 years
Oh my gosh, I'VE BEEN THERE! But before they added the ramen thing, so I don't know about that. It's actually not pure wine, it's mineral water from a natural hot springs that provides the water for the park with wine mixed into it. It's really cool because the water has the scent and color of the wine, but it doesn't feel sticky or gross on your skin. They also had coffee, chocolate, saki, green tea, and a bunch of other baths.
PinkNC PinkNC 8 years
Huh...NO
zoomusicgirl zoomusicgirl 8 years
i love ramen as much as the next girl, but i don't think that i'll be taking a bath in ramen any time soon.
carolbob carolbob 8 years
Red wine? No drain in the tub? Hmmmm *hiccup*
carolbob carolbob 8 years
I'll take mine without curry thankyouverymuch...
slumberlite slumberlite 8 years
Japan is like a different planet! I'd love to go there one day, but I don't know about soaking in ramen broth.
sugababee sugababee 8 years
i mean awkward...
sugababee sugababee 8 years
i mean awkward...
sugababee sugababee 8 years
i mean awkward...
sugababee sugababee 8 years
akward...
sugababee sugababee 8 years
akward...
sugababee sugababee 8 years
akward...
sugababee sugababee 8 years
akward...
mizzymegmo mizzymegmo 8 years
Ick. Bathing in the ramen is absolutely disgusting. The part that grosses me out the most, is that with food, the chance of someone eating or drinking the contaminated goodies is very high. Ick. Bacteria, viruses, protozoa.....
sugarbecky sugarbecky 8 years
A whole tub full of Ramen would be awfully stinky.
RosaDilia RosaDilia 8 years
Green tea for me. Imagine how long you would be smelling like Ramen broth!!!
menthadict menthadict 8 years
Wow...lol. I don't think i could stay in there long without starting to eat it, haha.
Pokemyhontas Pokemyhontas 8 years
I agree with Chaoticfury. So wasteful.
danny32560 danny32560 8 years
This Sounds prettyg good
danny32560 danny32560 8 years
This Sounds prettyg good
Chaoticfury Chaoticfury 8 years
The red wine spa looks interesting, but I can't help but feel that this is crossing from indulgence to wasteful. That's just me.
CamillaCat CamillaCat 8 years
Uh Ramen bath is a little too weird for me, I'd go for the chocolate too!
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