Jogged today and felt sooo good! Gonna keep it up!
This post is about bath salts, even though I am more of a shower-person than a bath-person. Personally I think taking a long bath in the tub is a waste of time and also a waste of water. And most of us in Singapore live in apartments with no tubs in the bathrooms, so it's just shower-and-go for us.
But soaking in the tub is a HUGE thing in Japan. My host-family parents tell me that they have to soak in the tub everyday, even in summer, for at least 10 minutes a day. It is an important part of the Japanese lifestyle.
So, since I'm living in Japan, I will embrace the culture of tub-soaking!
I love the bakkantou (爆汗湯) seires, especially the ones with fats-burning effects.
I really sweated like crazy!
Here are the rest of the Bakkantou series.
The fats-burning ones that I bought.
Volcanic mud and white mud spa packs.
For beautiful skin.
Bakkantou Cool for summer.
Creamy bubble Bakkantou!
I want to try all of them!
Oh and this alcohol-scented bath salt is quite a disappointment...
菊正宗 (Kikumasamune) is one of the biggest sake and shochu maker in Japan, and 熱燗 (atsukan) is my favourite way to drink sake. Warmed, that is. I thought it would be heaven if I could soak myself in an entire tub of atsukan, but...meh, I will just go to the izakaya and drink the real deal hahaha., says Alcoholic Meow.