There are only seven of the eight hot springs in Beifu Hell, because one of them is under construction. From Buyuan Town, you can take a bus to Haiti Hell Station and get off to visit Haiti Hell Hot Spring. You can choose to buy a pass of 2000 yen, or a single ticket of 400 yen. Because after reading some comments on the internet, I think it's a waste of time to look at all the hot springs, because we have to rush from other places to the cloth yard. Finally, I chose to visit Haiti Hell, White Pool Hell, Hell of Blood Hell and Tornado Hell. The sequence of visits is: Haiti Hell, then walking to Baichi Hell, taking a bus at the bus stop near the first place of the idiot, No. 16 to Blood Hell, Xue Dingyu visited, next to Tornado Hell, and finally at the bus stop opposite Haihai Hell, still taking Bus No. 16 to the other government station. Bus No. 16 has a timetable. You can check the timetable at the gate of each hot spring. Personally, I recommend that Haiti's Hell of Blood is more shocking. Almost every Hell hot spring has a small hot spring beside which feet are soaked free of charge. It is recommended to bring a good towel.
Beifu Hot Springs ranks second in the world, after Yellowstone National Park in the United States. Hot springs are springing up everywhere in the city. The number of springs and the abundance of springs are countable in the world. A long time ago, Beifu called hot springs spraying hot gas from the ground "Hell" (Jigoku). Blood pool hell - boiling clay, red jet; Haiti hell - azure pool, mysterious and clear, temperature as high as 98 degrees; Kitchen hell - violent exhaust and hot spring (90 degrees) gushing, can use jet cooking, known as "Kitchen hell", corn / sweet potato / eggs / meat / steamed buns / vegetables can be steamed. Beifu is a city built on hot springs. Many roadside hot springs are unattended and can be used for 100 yen (RMB 6 yuan). Foot bath/steaming facilities are available everywhere, free of charge.
There are eight representative hot springs. Two are close to each other and the other six are close to each other. The one-day bus ticket and eight hot spring ticket packages, more than 2700 yen per person, are much cheaper than the purchase alone. Eight hot springs have beautiful scenery and unique features. It is worth mentioning that boiled eggs, Magnolia and sweet potatoes sold by hot springs are delicious. In fact, another reason why I like Beifu very much is that the city is backed by mountains, standing on the streets of the city, you can see the blue Pacific Ocean, like that feeling. Beautiful!
The Eight Prisons in Beifu are Haiti Hell, Mountain Hell, Kitchen Hell, Ghost Mountain Hell, Ghost Stone Square Hell, White Pool Hell, Blood Pool Hell, Tornado Hell. The first six come together in fifteen minutes from Bus Station in Beifu. The latter two are about 20 minutes from Bus near Haiti Hell, or about 20 minutes from JR Kurikawa Station. In addition to mountain hell, there are other combined tickets including transportation fees, and the station has to buy them. If you buy it alone, 500 yen for Mountain Hell and 400 yen for the rest. Personally, I think it's enough to see Haiti Hell.
Beifu Hell is divided into several hells, ghost hell, Haiti Hell and so on. We mainly browsed Haiti Hell, the steaming hot springs emitted foggy heat, surrounded by green plants. Here we can see the Hell Hot Springs boiled eggs, the most delightful steamed buns, and special shops. I bought the famous Haitian Hell Bath Powder and went back to the hotel to sprinkle a bag in the bathtub. It looks like Haiti Hell. It's very blue.
Beifu is most famous for its hot springs in hell, especially in the eight hells. If you want to go through these eight hells once, it will take at least a whole day, so this time I chose the most interesting hell to stroll around. This scenic spot is like a small park. The scenery is beautiful. The Blue Springs of Haiti's Hell gush out like the color of the sea. It's magnificent. Another popular place is the hot spring foot pool, a little hot spring water on the feet is very comfortable, winter will be more refreshing. There is also a small pool like the blood hell in the garden. The crimson spring is very unique. Generally speaking, this hell is the most worthwhile one to go to. The others are very small and similar. Just take a picture when you pass by.
After arriving in Beifu, you can go to JR Ticket Office to buy a set of tickets and one-day bus tickets. It's very convenient to sit in Tielun Hot Spring Area. If you are hungry, hot spring eggs and steamed Diyue are good, don't try pudding, I don't know why it is so bitter. Remember to bring a towel, the scenic spot can soak foot soup, very comfortable. There are also hot springs for children to enjoy free of charge, steam face and hair are very comfortable, especially in cold days.
Beifu Hell Eight Soup is worth playing, quite a bit of the feeling of fairyland. Except for mountain hell, the other seven soups pass is 2000 yen. You can take the Tortoise Well Bus in front of the Beifu Station and arrive at Wutang at 330 yen. The other two soups are about 3 kilometers away from the Hell of Blood and Storm.
Beifu Hell Tour is very worthwhile. Before arriving at Haiti Hell by bus from Beifu Station, there were eight hells with a set ticket of 2000 yen, and one 400 days for each. In addition to the blood hell and tornado hell are relatively far away, the other six are very close to walking, each hell has its own characteristics, it is worth seeing.