6 hells are located within walking distance of each other in this area.
Oniishi shaving Head Hell, large and small bubble of hot gray mud that boiling
up here look like the shaven head of monks.
|White Pound Hell, the colorless water that naturally spouts from the ground mysteriously turn creamy white.|
|Mountain Hell, a gust steam clear to reveal prancing lion, Bathing hippos and curious chimpanzees.
Taking its name from the mountain mud formed over years.
Oven Hell, a bright demon standing on an enormous cooking pots is the
mascot of the site, temptingly divided into six unique, pots of murky, budding
thumping boiling water.
Devil’s Mountain Hell, the force of the steam produced at this Spring can pull
one and a half train cars.
This hellish site is the happy home of a variety of crocodile and alligator who slither down breeding water into the warm.
It takes about 5 minutes by car or bus from Kannawa district to this Shibaseki district.
Blood Pull Hell, the clay is steaming hot point that the steam is red. Japan’s
oldest natural Jigoku as written about in the Bungo Topography described as
Akayusen, a reddish hot spring.
Water spout Hell, a geyser, is a natural monument designated by Beppu city.
The Geyser means a hot spring spouting out boiling water and steam in interval.