9 Spring Hell Beppu Tourism Japan
9 spring hell is a unique tour that lies exactly in Beppu, a town in Oita, Kyushu Japan. Beppu is home to 2,800 hot springs that are found on the island of Kyushu. Nine of them dubbed the 9 spring hell that has its own uniqueness in there. The hottest hell named Umi Jigoku, which means “fire of the sea”. The pond water is very hot issue. The second pond called Oniishibou which is a “bald head of hell”. Its name was taken because this pool contains a gray mud boil. Third there is hell Shiraike Jigoku, which means “white pond hell”. Called like that because in this pool contains boiling water concentrates high in calcium. Hell the fourth named Yama Jigoku, which means “little pools”. Meanwhile, the fifth hell named Kamada Jigoku meaning “hell pot boil”. Why it was so named because it has five pools of boiling water which is flanked by statues of the Red Devils as a cook.
The sixth is the Oniyama hell Jigoku meaning “mountain demon of hell”. Is boiling water flow Oniyama are very powerful and can pull one and a half train cars as well as the home of the 100 crocodile to hell. The seventh is a hell Kinryu Jigoku means “Golden Dragon of hell”. In the spring, in the seventh hell this puff of smoke resembles the shape of a dragon. That’s why the hell it’s named as such. The eighth is a hell Chinoike Jigoku means hell pool of blood “. In the outdoor mini red water caused by deposits of iron and other minerals is very high in it. Finally, the ninth hell is hell Tatsumaki Jigoku, literally “hell spout”. Tatsumaki is a glacier that emit bursts every 30 minutes with a temperature of 105 degrees Celsius. 9 spring hell make Beppu looks like a city that is being cooked over open flames. Due to the extreme temperatures and some very unique characteristics. From across the pond there turned out to be the most popular Chinoike Jigoku. This pool of red mud that had existed since 1300 years ago. Very cool if you want to visit the 9 spring hell this in Beppu.