Beppu Hot Spring

Rejuvenate in the city of hot springs
Rejuvenate in the city of hot springs
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1 Day (12 Hours)
Availability : Daily


All prices are per group (irrespective of the number of people) and include only the vehicle cost, driver fee, highway tolls/ parking fees. Lunch/ dinner/ incidental expenses & tickets etc. are not included.
You will be shown the option add an expert level guide and other additional available services prior to payment. All prices are inclusive of tax and credit card fees. No hidden charges.
Bookings can be made up to 72 hours before the listed departure time. A credit card will be required (and authorized for the tour amount) to make a booking, but it will only be charged once our team has confirmed the availability of your requested date.



Please choose any 3 destinations out of the following options. You will be asked to type in your selected 3 options during the booking process. You may leave this blank if you have not yet decided.
We will pick you up from your accommodation at the beginning of the tour and drop you back at a location of your choosing (within Fukuoka) after the tour. Please make sure to fill in the correct accommodation (and address) when booking the tour.


Option 01: Myoban Yu no Sato (Recommended)

Myoban Yu no Sato is home to thatch-roofted “Yu no Hanagoya,” a group of sheds for collecting residues from the local hot spring water. This heart-warming and relaxing facility features a large-sized open-air bath with a stunning view, a souvenir shop for original items, a restaurant with local specialty cuisine, and more. Natural bath salt “Yu no Hana” is also available at this location.

Onsen fee (separate from Tour price, to be purchased on the spot)>
Adults : JP600 per person /Children (4 years old and elementary school): JPY300 per  person. For Private Room, it varies depends on the onsen room.

Option 02: Umi Jigoku (Recommended)

“Umi Jigoku”(Sea Hell) is one of the hot springs (onsen) included in the “Jigoku Meguri” (Hell Tour), in which you can enjoy famous Japanese hot spring spots all at once. Contrary to the name ‘hell’ by which the tour is called, the cobalt blue color gives the water a very beautiful and dazzling appearance. Impressive vegetation and souvenirs, as well as the expected hot springs are plentiful, and whilst there is no whole body bathing experience, you can enter the free foot bath.

Entrance fee (separate from Tour price, to be purchased on the spot)>
Adults : JPY400 per person /Senior High School : JPY 300 per person /  Junior High School : JPY250 per person/ Elementary School : JPY 200 per person

Option 03: Kannawa District (Recommended)

Beppu’s Kannawa Onsen is one of the most popular areas thanks to its many affordable onsen houses. This unforgettable neighborhood is a series of winding alleys covered with thick clouds of white steam rising from the drains that channel the water to the nearby onsen houses. This is an ideal spot to start your morning or relax after a day of exploring.

Option 04: Hyotan Onsen

Hyotan Hot Springs, a highly recommended Michelin three-star hot spring in Beppu city. The high praise for Beppu’s Hyotan Onsen isn’t the result of a single evaluator getting swept up in the heat of the moment, either, as it’s been the recipient of Michelin stars for four consecutive years. Considering that Hyotan Onsen seems to be exactly what Michelin is looking for, we’re a little surprised it took them so long to notice the facility, since it’s been open since 1922.

Onsen fee (separate from Tour price, to be purchased on the spot)>
Adults : JPY750 per person /Children : JPY320 per person

Option 05: Kamado Jigoku

The Kamado Jigoku is one of the Beppu Jigoku pilgrimage spots. The name comes from when they used the 90 degrees Celsius spring water to cook rice at Kamado Hachimagu festivals. Compared to the other Beppu Jigoku pilgrimage spots, there are between one and six Jigoku spots and visitors may use all of them. The first one is a hot mud Jigoku with reddish brown clay and the second one has the symbol of the Kamado Jigoku, the demon, with 100 degrees Celsius steam bubbling out from under the rocks. The third one has melting silica and is cobalt blue. Near the first, second, and third Jigoku, there is spring water that visitors can drink and hot steam to warm up their hands and feet, and steam that adds moisture to their skin.

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