Mount Yufu

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Mount Yufu is a stratovolcano located on the border of Yufu and Beppu in Oita Prefecture, Kyushu. The summit reaches a height of 1,583.3 meters (5,195 feet) and there are two peaks, both popular for hiking; Higashi-mine Peak in the east and Nishi-mine Peak in the west with the latter being one meter taller.



Mount Yufu (路线)


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A 20-minute drive from Yufuin City to the base site: Yufu-tozan-guchi (由布登山口, 896 m).



Lake Kinrin

Lake Kinrin

Kinrin Lake is located in Yufuin Onsen in Oita Prefecture. The name Kinrin means" "Golden Fish Scale" "The source of this name is the fish swimming in the lake, the scales of which appear like a golden glitter at sunset. The lake is famous for its morning mist, which is created when its water from hot and cold springs mixes. There are many onsen, restaurants and cafes on the shores of the lake. There are some hiking trails around the lake, from which one can enjoy the great view of the surroundings with a distinctive flora and fauna. There are also several art museums in the area, many of which exhibit works by artists with special ties to Yufuin.

大分 距离3.7千米
Umi Jigoku

Umi Jigoku

Umi Jigoku ("Sea hell") is one of Beppu's seven 'Hells', renowned hot spring attractions known for their unique natural appearances (not bathing!). The pond at Umi Jigoku is a beautiful cobalt blue, which creates a striking contrast against the rising steam and nearby red torii gate. A number of smaller ponds also dot the landscape here. including orange-coloured ones and ones with lotus flowers.

大分 距离8千米