There's a spa in Japan where you can bathe in wine, coffee, tea and noodles
The Yunesson Spa Resort in Japan is one of a kind, at the self-described 'spa theme park', visitors can bathe in hot tubs full of wine. Vinotherapy as it is called was a practice first adopted in ancient times, supposedly by the Queen of Egypt, Cleopatra. It is said to be relaxing and possesses anti-ageing properties and the Yunesson Spa Resort believes that swimming through red wine actually has rejuvenating benefits.
If vinotherapy is not to your taste, there are a number of similarly unorthodox baths to choose from including coffee, sake, green tea and even ramen noodle hot tubs, all of which have different health benefits. The sweet treat is available for only twelve days a year.