• Ramen baths are now a thing (Village Vanguard)
Ramen baths are now a thing.
Bianca Soldani

10 Nov 2016 - 8:59 AM  UPDATED 10 Nov 2016 - 11:29 AM

Ramen-crazed foodies who can’t get enough of Japanese food can now enjoy it in the comfort of their bathrooms.

Online marketplace Village Vanguard is selling bath salts that smell like some of Japan’s most popular comfort dishes to help you relax after a long day.

Ramen, miso, beef bowl and curry are on offer and while they might seem an odd alternative to lavender or rose, according to these Tweets, there may actually be a market for it.

However, while eating a bowl of ramen while taking a bath may seem both relaxing and filling, ramen bath salts will only make you smell like the meal as no edible food is involved.

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