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Explore the Beppu Hells if you would like to see another side of onsen culture!
The jigoku are for viewing, by the way, not for bathing in, since they can reach temperatures of about 98 degrees Celsius.
One of the most beautiful hell, the "sea hell" features a pond of boiling blue water. The "cooking pot hell" features several boiling ponds and a flashy demon statue as cook. Literally meaning hell-steaming, jigoku mushi is a traditional way of cooking using the steam of a hot spring. It dates back to the 17th century and is a healthy way to prepare food while also enhancing its dramatic flavour.

B: Breakfast | L: Lunch | D: Dinner
Oita

Day 1

Oita

8:00 am/13:00 pm: Meet the guide at Beppu station

Sea Hell (Umi jigoku)
Cooking Pot Hell (Kamado jugoku)
Hell-steaming Kitchen (Jigoku Mushi kobo)

12:30 pm/17:30 pm: Tour ends at Beppu station

  • English speaking guide
  • Public bus fee
  • Admission fee
  • Please wear clothing and footwear that are easy to walk around.
  • Minimum: 2pax
  • Steam food experience at Hell-steaming Kitchen is not included in the tour. If you would like to try, please pay on spot.

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