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Tatsumaki Jigoku (spout hell) next to Chinoike Jigoku was probably the worst of the seven hells and is a definite skip. The hell is basically a small geyser that erupts every 40 minutes. There was already a crowd waiting for the eruption when we arrived...More
This location present a hot geyser instead of a pool. It erupts about each 40 minute for a duration of about 10 minutes. Unfortunately the have built a structure around the geyser which prevents it for going all the way. It is topped off at...More
We got here just at the wrong time. The geyser had just spouted and was not due to doit again for another 30 - 40 minutes.
Examiined the pool of hot water and its mineral deposits. Took a walk through the hillside garden. Sat in...More
This was the first Jigoku we visited and we waiting for the eruption in the sitting area. Unfortunately, they had built an enclosure around it and so the eruption was more like looking at a high pressure water fountain. It was ideal for our kids...More
Was excited to see this because I had seen the Geyser in Iceland and I heard that they were comparable to each other. A little disappointed when I realised that for safety reasons, they built rock blockage around the eruption area to prevent the water...More
I have hoped for a more impressive shooting geyser, however someone had built an enclosure around it. The English commentary mentioned that without this enclosure, the geyser would have shot to 30m high.
The geyser will shoot for 6-10 mins per 30-40 mins rest interval....More