New Delhi: Black eggs boiled in sulfurous water in Japan's smelliest tourist destinations enhance longevity. Believe it or not?
Well, it is believed that eating an egg boiled in Owakudani aka "Great Boiling Valley", which is a a large volcanic valley in Japan's Hakone, "adds seven years" to your lifespan.
The caldera was formed after a volcanic eruption at Mount Hakone over 3,000 years ago. As per reports, the explosion was so mighty that the volcanic zone is still active with boiling pools of sulphur-rich water that expel fumes of toxic gases such as sulphur dioxide and hydrogen sulphide.
The place is one of Japan's most popular tourist destinations.
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