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This Hot Spring Theme Park Has Drink-Themed Baths

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Located just 75 minutes away from Tokyo, the Hakone Kowakien Yunessun Spa and Resort offers a variety of unique baths for its guests. From the jellyfish bath where guests can swim in a dark cave that’s lighted up by fluorescent creatures to the “Doctor Fish” foot bath and a collection of Japanese style open air baths, this hot spring theme park has something for everyone.

The highlight of the hot spring theme park is however, the coffee, wine, ramen, green tea and sake baths that are available.

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It is said that each of these drink-themed baths will aid guests in beautifying their skin. For example, the Coffee Bath is made of low heat Nel Drip style brewed coffee that is said to provide recharging, relaxing and skin beautifying effects while guests take in the aroma of coffee. In a vibrant grape colour coupled with a rich aroma, the Wine Bath is used as a rejuvenation bath and is said to be able to provide skin beautification effects as well.

Apart from these drink-themed baths, there is also a 40m long open air bath which provides stunning views of the surrounding Hakone mountains in the Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park. During the Autumn months, the open air bath provides a breathtaking view of the autumn colours covering the mountains while letting you witness snow-covered mountains during Winter.

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For guests travelling with their family, Yunessun has a playground complete with an impressive water slide with swift currents that is perfect for kids. As the slide uses warm water, families are able to enjoy it during the Winter months as well.

Prices start from approximately 2,900 yen (~ US$26).

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