Beppu Travel Guide (別府）
What to do
The most famous sights are Jigoku Meguri or (Burning Hell) tour.
|Foot bath is called Ashiyu in Japanese and is a public bath in
which people can bath their feet. Ashiyu in Beppu set up at
Kannawa Onsen near the Hell tour spot. You can easily enjoy
it without having to remove all your clothing, only the feet and
leg up to the knee are immersed. more…
Where to explore
|With numerous jets of white steam emitting from gushing hot
springs, this area is a must see destination for Beppu
sightseers. Charming shops and Ryokan (Japanese inn) are
tucked along the narrow and winding streets. It is also known
for steam baths.
|On the hill facing Beppu Bay, is a small, quiet mountain resort.
Visitors enjoy several types of thermals such as mud bath or
milky water bath accompanied by a distinctive sulphuric odor.
Mineral deposits are worked at the thatched Yunohana-goya.
The public bath where you can enjoy various type of bathes
The waters of this Onsen contain sodium chloride which is
effective for neuralgia and women’s diseases.
|Located on the boundary line of Oita-city and Beppu-city is
an area populated by wild Japanese monkies.
The park was opened in 1953,and is now home to about
1700 wild Japanese monkies.
|A famous landmark in Beppu-city; there are discount shops
on the 1st floor, there is a viewing lounge on the 16th floor
and there is an observatory which overlooks Beppu-city
on the 17th floor.