For those ladies who are single AF this Valentine's Day, I have just the thing to take your mind off your relationship status (or lack thereof) and on to more important things, like drinking wine. Or even swimming in it.
Yep, you heard that right! This Japanese spa-like theme park for adults lets you immerse yourself in a giant hot tub full of wine.
This magical gem called Yunessun Spa Resort is located just outside Tokyo in Hakone, Japan. It's basically a wino lovers' wet dream, allowing guests to cleanse themselves in giant pools full of Merlot or Bordeaux.
Yunessun offers relaxing spa-like treatments similar to that of your typical onsen (a.k.a. traditional Japanese bathing facility), including favorites such as the Green Tea Spa, Red Wine Spa, Japanese Sake Spa, Coffee Spa and a pepper-water filled Ramen Noodle Spa.
Yes, these pools are actually filled with your favorite beverage of choice, including the coffee which is "brewed in pots and poured into the pool barrel-by-barrel," according to the spa's website.
They also are accompanied by over-sized drink containers to coincide with the theme of each pool. Which. the wine spa has a larger than life sized, 12-foot wine bottle hovering over it whereas the ramen pool has giant noodles attached to it. Hello, new profile pic!
While the website confirms that swimming in the sake and grape-infused waters could get someone drunk (heck yes!), they also advise against the act of actually drinking the waters for what I presume would be sanitary reasons.
They also host coffee and wine-pouring ceremonies, which occur several times throughout the day and reportedly get messy (aka prepare to have wine poured all over you).
But all jokes aside, Yunessun's wine spa treatment does offer a myriad of health benefits, including antioxidants proved to help fight anti-aging and rejuvenate the skin.
Additionally, the sake bath has a plethora of scientifically proven benefits, such as reducing the risk of cancer, osteoporosis, diabetes and high blood pressure, while green tea is proven to help boost immunity and skin-cell rejuvenation.
While Japan's Yunessun happens to be one of the most widely known wine spas, there are other, various wine-based treatments available worldwide.