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These eight boiling pools resulting from volcanic activity have varying characteristics: one is blood-red in color due to its red clay deposits, another has the largest geyser in Japan, and still another is used for breeding crocodiles.
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A amazing place consists of seven hells and each of them has its different story and function. We spent about 4 hours to visit all hells. It is very easy to access. If you drive, I suggest you first go to Sea Hell where a...More
Beppu is situated among hundreds of hot springs. The Hells of Beppu are made up of 7 different pools of natural occurring hot springs. Really good place to take photos and there is a large souvenir shop at the entrance.
Beppu has full of natural hot springs, resorts the attracts visitors. It has variety of pools including an indoor bath, a wooden tub, outdoor bath with amazing view of Sun-set, nature. Hells of Beppu are 8 natural hot-spring and all are known for their uniqueness...More
5 of the Hells (Jigokus) are within walking distance of each, whereas one needs to take a bus to see the last 2 ( about 2 km away).
There is a bus terminal here, incorporating a tourist information centre & waiting area for visitors.
Seven hells and it will take about 3 hours to walk the whole of it. You might get lost as there isnt any english signages around. Just ask and they will point you to the right direction. There is a crocodile farm and a fish...More
The captioned is what I read on a brochure on Hells of Beppu.
Yes it s definitely a hell for tourists. It is located far off the station and take one extra effort to reach. One has been to hell if hell is full of...More
5 Of het hells (Jigoku) are on walking distance. I liked UMI best also because of the beautiful garden, Oniyama the least because of the crocodile farm. The animals are kept in small, dirty tanks, not nice. For the other 2 hells you take a...More
You can buy the one day pass at either Beppu JR Station Tourist Information Centre or any of the hells. Note that the one day pass allows you to enter 7 of the 8 hells; it does not include admission into Yama Jigoku... More
You can buy the one day pass at either Beppu JR Station Tourist Information Centre or any of the hells. Note that the one day pass allows you to enter 7 of the 8 hells; it does not include admission into Yama Jigoku (zoo).
When I bought the one day pass, I presented my passport as evidence that I was a foreigner, so I got 10% discount, i.e. I paid 1800 yen instead of 2000 yen for the one day pass.