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Kamado Jigoku (cooking pot hell) was the most crowded of the hells and the only one where all the tour groups made extended stops. The area has several pools that are different from one another with different water colors. Steam baths and foot baths also...More
This Jigoku seems to be the most crowded of the 5 within this area.
Also this Jigoku seems to be the hottest. There are alot of warning signboards in this Jigoku emphasizing very hot boiing temperatures.
'Reddish' muddy ponds with lots of steams is yet...More
Absolutely the most entertaining hell unfortunately only with Japanese speaking tour guides. There are a lot of different interesting hells to see here as well as options to interact with the hells and experience how hot they actually are. There is also a big statue...More
This was our fifth hell and we were beginning to understand the common features: steaming water, bubbling mud, cloudy coloured water. But we were also getting hooked on the feature that each hell had its own special feature.
The hot water here was a milky...More
It's been a wonderful trip so far - Beppu
I had traveled by bullet train (Shinkansen) from Kokura station. I caught the 11.09am train and arrived Beppu at 12.25. I visited UMijigoku. Jigoku means the hell, Umi means the sea. This looks like the sea...More
I bought the all in pass which entitled me to visit 7 pools. This is the 5th i visited. It had the most tourist among all the pool i visited. I am not sure what is the main attraction here but i seems like seeing...More