Source: Felissimo Decorate Your Bath With Stickers For The Ultimate Monkey Onsen Experience 2016-09-16 Fri 2016-09-16 Fri As proven true by the furry primates at Jigokudani, monkeys in Japan love to spend their winters soaking in natural hot springs. We love watching them bathe the cold away, too, and thousands of tourists visit the area every year to relax vicariously through our monkey friends during the coldest months of winter. But with new monkey bath stickers from YOU+MORE, we can enjoy the company of the monkeys while still enjoying the privacy of our own baths at home. Source: Felissimo Source: Felissimo These bath stickers come in a set of 6, which includes stickers of monkeys and tree branches that will make anyone feel as though they’re bathing outside with the adorable animals. They’re great for children, too, and might help getting any bath-hating kid into the tub. And for days when absolute solitude is desired, the stickers can easily be peeled off. Source: Felissimo Source: Felissimo Baths are a strictly private activity for many people, though, in which case YOU+MORE offers the alternative of soft, adorable monkey cushions. It shows a troop of monkeys huddled together to endure the cold, and you can be right in the center of it all, in the warmest spot of the group. Source: Felissimo The bath stickers can be purchased online for 2,268 yen (22.25 USD), while the cushion is sold for 6,372 yen (62.50 USD). Let these hot spring-loving monkeys keep you company during the cold, winter nights. By - grape Japan editorial staff. Source:Felissimo Tags: Bath / Japan / Monkey / Stickers grape Japan Animals Decorate Your Bath With Stickers For The Ultimate Monkey Onsen Experience Related Article Spirited Away’s No-Face Appears In Japan And Falls On His…Face! Starbucks Taiwan’s Beautiful Sakura Tumblers Have Japanese Coffee Fans Jealous Tokyo Noodle Chain Unleashes Behemoth “Strong Ramen” Let mischief loose with these bubbly Gongitsune double walled glass tumblers Lovecraftian Horror Unleashed in the Murky Depths of Green Tea We tried Japan’s Pringles Super Sour Cream and Onion instant noodles because, hey, what’s the worst that can happen?