I Ate a Meal Cooked in a Stinky Hot Spring
Yunomine Onsen, a one-street town that's built along a creek in rural Japan, is credited as the country’s oldest spa. It's also a roiling cooking pot for eggs, spinach, and other foods that locals bring to heat in its sulfurous waters.
I Went to a Japanese Wine Spa
In Japan, hot springs are at the top of the country's relaxation industry. They're so popular, in fact, that some spas feature flavored hot springs where you can bathe in a warm body of wine, green tea, sake, or coffee.