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When winter is coming it is time to dip into warm red wine spa

Usually, a red-colored bath or pool is your biggest nightmare. Because that often means that something is wrong there. But in Japan, a red color of the water in a pool usually means that it filled not with strawberries lemonade but with wine, reports.

Many spa resorts in Japan offer red-colored tubs filled with red wine pouring down from a giant wine bottle on the edge of the bathtub, which is regularly refilled.

Besides warming effect, bathing in red wine has some health benefits. Red wine contains resveratol – an antioxidant that slows down the aging process in your skin.

The spa also has other options for any taste: the pool can be filled with sake, coffee, green tea, chocolate or even ramen noodles. The choice is yours.

Watch the video from Business Insider below.

Image: Getty Images.

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