Sengen Park

Sengen Park, Noboribetsu: Address, Phone Number, Sengen Park Reviews: 3.5/5

Sengen Park
3.5
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3.5
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William W
Singapore187 contributions
Jul 2018
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.
Written July 27, 2018
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HotEarth
Melbourne, Australia692 contributions
Apr 2016 • Couples
Right there to greet us at this place was 8 prominently standing coloured "clubs" forming a circle, each depicting a blessing. The geyser sits north of these ceremonial sculptures, in a man made hollow out cave just beneath the cross road. I was not lucky enough to see it blows the two times I was there. A board on the wall next to the cave gave a descrpition saying that it blows regularly every 3 hours. No time was stated. My 10 minutes impatient wait there each time was just in vain.
Written April 21, 2016
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roy v
Traralgon, Australia4,087 contributions
Apr 2016 • Couples
Can't help missing this park while walking through town as you notice the steam well before you get there. It sits right on an intersection and there are numerous colourful clubs from the local monster set in the ground, there is also a small chimney like construction belting out steam from below then more or less under the intersection there has been like a cave constructed around this small pool and this Geyser keeps erupting every few hours spouting water as high as 8 metres into the air,it is very hot about 80 degrees. It goes on for about 50 minutes each time, there is a lot of thumping noise with it as well. Quite a site and interesting to witness. I guess it is letting of pressure, maybe if it stops then it is time to worry.
Written April 3, 2016
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thelonious22
Seongnam4,357 contributions
Mar 2015 • Couples
The geyer is pretty cool to check out for a few minutes on the way to Jigokudani...it's by far the most intense geothermal activity you can see up close as the geyser shoots up a few meters...you'll have to pass it on the way to Jigokudani, so might as well check it out for a few inutes
Written March 23, 2015
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Melvin Song
Singapore, Singapore64 contributions
May 2017 • Family
We visited around 635am in the morning on 29 May 2017, and were lucky enough to witness the full burst!

Strongly recommended as it is conveniently located near the hotel area eg 400m from Noboribetsu Grand Hotel.
Written June 20, 2017
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Jeff21C
Singapore, Singapore132 contributions
Dec 2016 • Family
Spend some time to observe and listen to the loud thuds made by gesyers. A good stop on your way to the Hell Valley. This is right in front of Dai-Ichi Hotel.
Written December 10, 2016
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SpringinApril
Kuala Lumpur143 contributions
Jul 2016 • Family
We managed to catch the geyser in our morning walk. Sengen Park is a cemented park with status and the geyser is sort of hidden on one corner which you would have missed if not for the rumbling sound.
Written July 14, 2016
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katgreen
Madison, WI323 contributions
Jun 2016 • Couples
We walked by this park several times and had read the sign saying that message he spring was active every three hours. It wasn't until the last time we walked by that we saw the geyser really active. Pretty cool!
Written June 25, 2016
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YTCHENG
Hong Kong, China15,491 contributions
Jun 2016 • Friends
On the way from the bus stop passing through the main road, we found a hidden geyser at the corner of the roads prior to reach Jigokudani. There were 8 different coloured "clubs" in an open platform with a fenced-off geyser ejecting at regular intervals. Not a very large area but could be acted as a resting area for visitors prior to climbing up the slope to Hell Valley.
Written June 15, 2016
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mt188
San Francisco, CA257 contributions
Apr 2016 • Family
This is a plaza type of area on the left hand side near the end of the main road from the Jigokudani bus stop. There are some cute oni (demon) clubs in different colors to mark the area. Off to the side is a geyser, cordoned off by fencing, which spouts on a regular schedule. We happened to stop by when it was spouting. Nothing especially spectacular, not anything like Old Faithful or a similar geyser in Calistoga, CA, but fun for kids to imagine demons rising from the steam and hot water. I would not go out of my way to visit, but you pass it on the way to the park entrance.
Written April 30, 2016
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