This Japanese Spa lets you soak in Wine, Green Tea, Sake and More

A spa in Japan is giving skincare products some fierce competition thanks to its unique baths.

Yunessun Spa Resort in Hakone, Japan lets their visitors bathe in wine, green tea, sake, and even coffee for a unique skincare treatment. Each pool has its own skin benefits as well as some fun furnishings to brighten the atmosphere and reflect the theme of the bath.

These beverage spas are just four of Yunessun’s twenty-four relaxation areas. Including a large Mediterranean-themed spa, a fish foot bath, and a Finnish-themed spa. The total admission fee into the whole park costs about 2,600 yen (about $24) for adults and 1,300 yen (about $12) for children.

Check out their unique baths below!

Thier wine bath is filled with antioxidants that will give the skin protection from environmental damages.
This green tea bath is said to be one of the hottest in the resort running at 42°C and will give the skin a more youthful look.
The oversized casks drip sake into the tub, which contains acids that fight against sun spots.
This bath is filled with flannel dripped coffee, which is said to have many positive effects on the skin, including anti-fatigue, relaxation, and even makes skin more beautiful!
The Aegean Sea of the Gods is one of the largest of the baths with its mediterranean motifs.