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Hells of Beppu

559-1 Kannawa, Beppu 874-0045, Oita Prefecture
+81 977-66-1577
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check how many you want to see and if you really need combination ticket for all 7

we read the comments before going to the hells and decided to only do 3 or 4 so we paid each hell... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
StefanS71
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Munich, Germany
Beautiful "hells" but very touristic

The hells are worth a visit. We made a day trip from Fukuoka to Beppu to visit the hells and got... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
maraortlieb
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Karlsruhe, Germany
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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.
  • Excellent27%
  • Very good46%
  • Average23%
  • Poor3%
  • Terrible1%
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559-1 Kannawa, Beppu 874-0045, Oita Prefecture
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+81 977-66-1577
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Reviewed 1 week ago

we read the comments before going to the hells and decided to only do 3 or 4 so we paid each hell separate (500 Yen for one - 2000 for all 7). They are interesting to see, but for us not all were worth the...More

Thank StefanS71
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The hells are worth a visit. We made a day trip from Fukuoka to Beppu to visit the hells and got into a bit of a hurry at the end- we were thrown out of the last hell at 5 pm- Mind the closing time!...More

Thank maraortlieb
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Jigoku hells in Beppu are more colourful and have more characteristics than those at Noboribetsu. If you want to, you can have lunch at the Jigoku Mushi Koubou Kannawa where the food is cooked by steam from the hells, and then have an onsen bath...More

Thank SKH_Sydney
Reviewed 15 August 2017

It's a must to get a ticket for all 7 hells. There used to be 8, the small (petting) zoo was a part of the tour before, but according to the note on the window at the entrance, it no longer belongs there so it's...More

1  Thank K D
Reviewed 15 July 2017

The hot springs are interesting to look at, for sure. Didn't do all 8 of the Hell Springs since after a while it seemed repetitive (even though they had different colors and features).

Thank oak2wn
Reviewed 12 June 2017

what an amazing trip I had, this place is great for 2-3 days trips to visit the 8 hells of Beppu, interesting area I must say, price was 2000 yen to see all of them, however 2 hot spring were a little far for me...More

2  Thank Oana M
Reviewed 10 June 2017 via mobile

We bought the ticket pack to visit all the 7 participating "hells". It was interesting. Enjoyed the foot bath in some of the "hells"...

1  Thank MrGoh
Reviewed 7 June 2017 via mobile

This small has many different hot springs or Hells as they are called here. Each one has a different color or characteristic, so it's fun to visit all of them.

Thank Lieke v
Reviewed 9 May 2017

I bought the all in pass which entitled me to visit 7 pools. Chinoike Jigoku & Umi-Jigoku are the 2 I like most especially Umi, i feel it is impressive with its colour. Bring a towel with you, most Jigoku have a section where you...More

1  Thank AmethystAme
Reviewed 8 May 2017

かまど地獄 first to go, most worth for site seeing, then Ocean, then Red Blood, but if you want to go all the Hells, buy the whole set tickets first.

Thank nganpopo
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fls2016
20 March 2017|
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Response from Xin R | Reviewed this property |
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
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fls2016
20 March 2017|
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Response from Xin R | Reviewed this property |
6 hells are clustered together. Another 2 hells are some distance away from the 6 hells. From Beppu Station, you can take bus 2 or 5 or 41 to the first hell in Kannawa District (18 minutes, 330 yen). You can walk along the... More
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