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Jigokudani in Noboribetsu, Japan

Jigokudani (Hell Valley) in Noboribetsu, Japan

Jigokudani (地獄谷) also known as “Hell Valley”, is in the national park area. Shikotsu-Toya That is called the valley of hell, because there are both mud pools and natural hot springs that spread throughout the area like hell with a copper pan with hot smoke all the time And is considered the most famous mineral water and onsen on the island of Hokkaido (One scene in the movie FanDay … Fans for just one day The famous movie) with the popular words that the heroine asked the hero, “Are you staring for a minute? In the valley of hell “The entrance to the valley will be The symbol is a big red giant, holding a rod to welcome. The look may look a bit scary.

But this is a great giant to protect the visitors Therefore, all areas of the area here Whether it is a souvenir shop The bathroom has signs that have a giant symbol to be unique. During the trip, there will be a natural walking path for walking. This area will have a lot of hotels set up because it is close to natural mineral water wells. Causing the hotel to have onsen for tourists all year round When walking near the valley, there will be a sulfur vapor flowing out all the time. Some areas will have mud pools, which are caused by geothermal heat up uninterrupted.

How to get there:

  • The Jigokudai is located directly north of Noboribetsu’s hot spring town, a five minute walk from the Noboribetsu Onsen bus terminal.

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