Japanese Bathing in Pork Broth
Everyone wants to look their best and slow down the aging process. It doesn’t matter what part of the world you are from, people want to look younger, tighter, and smoother. Americans spend tons of money going to fancy spas and obsessing about collagen, but not the Japanese. At Yunessan Spa House in Hakone, Japan, people are soaking in bathtubs filled with pork broth with or without the noodles. The unique Japanese spa is owned by Ichiro Furuya. Furuya believes pork broth is a natural source of collagen, and encourages customers to soak it all in. It may seem odd at first stated tumblr, but Americans have actually been doing this for years. In fact, Americans will pay money to soak in a variety of substances including bone broth, mud, bubbles, and even wine. Pretty soon, Ramen-inspired bathhouses will probably start popping up all over the country.