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Sengen Park

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Sengen Park

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Noboribetsuonsencho, Noboribetsu 059-0551 Hokkaido
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Lake Toya and Noboribetsu Hell Valley Day Tour
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Lake Toya and Noboribetsu Hell Valley Day Tour
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Swap the crowds and hassle of group tours for a personalized experience, which you can customize to your preferences and needs. This private tour takes you to some of Hokkaido's most spectacular attractions in Lake Toya and Noboribetsu, which you can explore at your own pace.
$436.13 per adult
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William W wrote a review Jul 2018
Singapore193 contributions20 helpful votes
This place is a very small place where you are able to see and smell of the onsen. There nothing much to do there though but is an interesting place for people who never been to the onsen before.
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Date of experience: July 2018
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Little Muachi wrote a review Oct 2017
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia275 contributions51 helpful votes
An interesting park. It is located at the end of shopping street and at the start of the road leading to Hell’s Valley. The park is characterized by colorful inverted clubs and a boy (i think) statue holding a towel in one hand and the other holding a bowl (bathtub perhaps),
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Date of experience: October 2017
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David H wrote a review Oct 2017
Union City, California7,598 contributions182 helpful votes
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It's a small park on the way down from 地獄谷 parking lot. You would see two demon statues and a small temple before the park. There are symbols and colors (9 of them) around the park. The hot spring source is located underneath the bridge. It's a small park but fun to visit
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Date of experience: July 2017
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Jamie C wrote a review Sep 2017
Taipei, Taiwan150 contributions41 helpful votes
The geyser is located under the road. Sometimes you just see smoke from the park but can't be able to the geyser clear enough. Interesting but I don't suggest tourists visit here on purpose just for the geysen.
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Date of experience: September 2017
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poopshooter wrote a review Aug 2017
Petaling Jaya, Malaysia1,970 contributions272 helpful votes
A geyser hidden below the road. Very near to Hell Valley & the surrounding hotels. A small park dedicated to the demons & the geyser. It is an active one that blows every 3 hours. I manage to catch it 3 times during my visit. It is really interesting seeing & feeling the force
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Date of experience: July 2017
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